Want to avoid costly, artificial, chemical fillers? Need to smooth and fade nasolabial / smile lines fast?
Accomplish this using Dr. Loren Pickart's strong copper peptides that effectively counteract the signs of aging along with powerful hydroxy acid leave-on exfoliators to erase the look of lines.
STEP 1: Select a copper peptide spot-treatment cream for daily use.
STEP 2: Select a hydroxy acid exfoliator or use a microdermabrasion cloth.
1. SELECT YOUR COPPER PEPTIDE:
Use Super Cop or Super Cop 2X (Extra Strength)
Apply a thin layer in the morning. Only use Super Cop 2X when your skin can easily tolerate the milder Super Cop.
2. SELECT YOUR HYDROXY ACID:
Apply a light layer in the evening.
Substitute your morning copper peptide with our specialized product: 3% GHK VIP Luxury Cream (containing a heightened concentration of copper peptides).
I'm 49 with the usual lines beside the mouth, and some wrinkles at face and neck. I started two months ago with Skin Signals Solution, Two Timing Tightener and Emu Oil Skin. Believe me, I've notice improvement on all those areas. A friend asked me what I was using, because she noticed how good my neck looks. Today I received Skin Signal Cream, Exfol Cream and CP Night Eyes.
S, Orlando, FL from June 2011
My nasolabial lines are less visible with 2-3 applications of Exfol and CP Serum (and BHO - biological healing oils) daily.
Smile lines (nasolabial lines) may appear to fade with a consistent skin care regimen that includes copper peptides such as Super Cop Cream.
Use copper peptides and hydroxy acids to reduce the appearance of nasolabial folds or marionette lines. Many start with Super GHK-Copper Cream, Protect & Restore with High Retinol, or Super CP Serum in the morning and LacSal Cream very lightly in the evening. Then spot treat with Super Cop Cream.
If you have very sensitive skin, always start with our mildest copper peptide: Super GHK-Copper Cream..
Use Emu Oil S Lipid Replenisher on top to facilitate penetration.
Typical results take approximately 3 to 4 months of consistent use.