Dr. Oz recommends peptide creams, but there is something even better… ingestible peptide powders—and there is evidence to show that these powders can reduce your wrinkles by 40%.*

We all want to keep looking younger of course. This is why the Dr.Oz show covers topics regarding what we can do to reduce wrinkles and the signs of aging.

Recently, Dr. Oz recommended peptide creams because of their absorption dynamics. True, they are better than the traditional collagen creams, which are ineffective, but there is something that is even better than peptide creams… ingestible peptide powder supplements.

Why Peptide Creams Are Better Than Collagen Creams

Peptides are smaller molecule proteins. In a typical collagen cream, the collagen protein is intact, too large to penetrate the dermis.

Collagen peptide creams contain smaller, broken down molecules of protein. They may improve skin moisture, but they’re unlikely to improve the overall skin quality.

Neuropeptide Creams

Dr. Oz isn’t referring to creams containing simple collagen peptides, though. He promotes the use of neuropeptide creams. The theory behind neuropeptide creams is that certain neuropeptides can stimulate natural collagen production and activity in the skin.

These are more sophisticated products, but they can only stimulate as much collagen as your body is able to deliver, and, your body’s ability to deliver natural collagen is greatly diminished after age 40.

Related: Collagen Creams in Theory: Why They Don’t Work

ALERT! Creams that claim to stimulate collagen synthesis in the skin are only as effective as your body is able to produce its own collagen. Your body’s natural collagen production ability drops radically after age 40.

Improving the Effectiveness of Peptide Creams

An ingestible peptide powder taken orally can provide much more collagen benefit to the body than a peptide creme application alone. Since these neuropeptide creams are intended to stimulate the collagen in the skin, it makes sense to supply the body with the raw materials it needs to produce this collagen.

A nutraceutical powder, like Amino Collagen C with Hyaluronic Acid, is the preferred anti-aging supplement over collagen peptide creams.

Since these neuropeptide creams are intended to stimulate the collagen in the skin, it makes sense to supply the body with the raw materials it needs to produce this collagen by taking a collagen supplement.

Clinical Study Results of Peptide Powders

A clinical study of peptide powders performed over 12 weeks showed dramatic improvement to the skin:

  • Reduction of the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over the entire skin surface, face and body.
  • More hydrated skin

Related: The Beauty of Protein: Hair, Skin, Nails

A Solution That Really Works

Dr. Oz has also shared his natural solution to anti aging skin care, and the answer is Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C. Ever wonder how those celebrities look amazingly youthful into their 50s and 60s without surgery?

Powerful Anti-Aging Ingredients

Fish Collagen Peptide
This type of collagen absorbs fast in your body, firming and fortifying the skin like it was in youth. No cream or surgery can actually strengthen your body tissues like this. Studies prove that ingesting this collagen as a peptide powder brings visible, dramatic results to the skin, and even the hair and nails.

Vitamin C
“Vitamin C is the secret to cheat your age.” —Mehmet Oz
Vitamin C penetrates into your cells and strengthens the collagen bonds in the skin, hair, nails, and even bones. Vitamin C is even known to stimulate, or increase, your body’s natural collagen production.

Hyaluronic Acid
A little known secret to only the highest paying clients until now… Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is the amazing ingredient that will literally take years off your face in weeks. HA binds moisture to your cells, all over your body. It’s a natural skin plumper that protects and adds volume to your skin in a way that nothing else can. HA can be applied topically for minimal effect, but the best results come from oral ingestion.

Related: Perfecting the Anti Aging Diet

The Best Compliment to Peptide Creams

People have been exclaiming their great results with Élavonne’s peptide powder Amino Collagen C with Hyaluronic Acid. Amino Collagen C can enhance the ability of a peptide cream to improve skin quality.†

When tracked over 12 weeks in a double-blind study, the results were in:

Recent customer testimonials:

“I am in my mid 30’s, I use peptide creams, and have been using this ingestible peptide powder for about 3 weeks now and I do see improvements on my skin and my hair after 2 weeks. I normally have very dry hair and skin, but lately my hair looks very healthy and shiny, my skin appears smoother than ever!! Even the skin on my feet is better.”*
—Renee L.

“About 4 months now using Amino Collagen C and I love my skin! It’s incredible how this little addition to my diet really made all the difference. I use the peptide creams but really this is the stuff that makes the difference. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!”*
—Stacey Gormley

“So, I wrote in about 8 months ago, I saw good results on my skin. But I wanted to let you know that I have new hair growth coming in. My hair is actually thicker and shinier than it’s been in many years, and I wasn’t expecting this. I know this is because of the Amino Collagen C.  I’m thrilled to have long beautiful hair again like I did in my 20s. THANK YOU!!!!!”*
—Crystal Foreman

“This really works I had to tell you and I also tell everyone else LOL. I’ve been using it for 5 months and my skin is softer and glows. Peptide creams alone never did this. I’ve used other powders too but can’t deal with the taste. This product is so mild that it can be used in water and I can add whatever flavor I want. No SUGAR, I love that too. I will continue to buy this for as long as you make it. PLEASE never stop making it!!!! :)”*
—Cathy Kamins

clinical study summary

Where Can I Get Amino Collagen C?

Now that you know the secret to improving the effectiveness of peptide creams… TRY IT FOR YOURSELF!

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Cites and References

September 1995Volume 33, Issue 3, Pages 482–496
Neuropeptides in skin. Torello Lotti, MDcorrespondencePress enter key for correspondence information, Giuseppe Hautmann, MD, Emiliano Panconesi, MD
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0190-9622(95)91395-5