Hybrid Peptide BIO

Hybrid Peptide BIO

Hybrid Peptide BIO is a conjugate of hexapeptide-2 and biotin. Aged dermis contains low quantity of collagen, which weakens dermal strength and appears fine wrinkle on all face. LiftDerm 2000 directly stimulates the collagen production in the fibroblast cells, and also increases the mass of healthy fibroblasts consisting dermis layer of the skin.

Incospharm Corporation

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Incospharm focuses on developing special active ingredients for troubled skin such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, inflammation, hair-loss, and also special ingredients to shield against UV radiation...Incospharm focuses on developing special active ingredients for troubled skin such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, inflammation, hair-loss, and also special ingredients to shield against UV radiation, allergens or pollutants such as PM2.5 by activating cellular homeostasis mechanism known as "autophagy". Incospharm offers active peptides, sugar derivatives, and active plant extracts as cosmeceutical ingredients. Based on solid scientific backgrounds, Incospharm’s goal is to develop and introduce active ingredients that really do make difference in human skin. • Peptide Active Ingredients - AQUATIDE 5000 - AdipoSOL 2000 - LiftDerm 2000 - Melatrepein • Human Growth Factor - rhEGF - bFGF • Phytochemical Active Ingredients - PolluxCD • Functional peptideMore

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