What are the functions and effects of peptides


Release time:

2023-12-05

Peptides are α- Amino acids are compounds formed by peptide bonds, which are intermediate products of protein hydrolysis. Usually, compounds formed by dehydration and condensation of three or more amino acid molecules can be called peptides.

The functions and effects of peptides include:

1. Effects on the skin:

(1) Repairing acne scars and pits, peptides have strong skin repair functions, can stimulate the synthesis of elastic proteins in the skin, and can also accelerate the proliferation and division of fibroblasts, thereby repairing broken collagen fibers, repairing damaged skin, and having the effect of repairing acne scars and pits.

(2) Anti aging, peptides can activate fibroblasts in the dermis, promote the construction of elastic and collagen fibers, make the skin more plump and elastic, reduce the rate of wrinkle formation, and improve skin metabolism, playing an anti-aging role.

(3) Repairing red blood streaks, peptides can help the skin repair the stratum corneum, stabilize the skin's condition, and thus improve the condition of red blood streaks.

2. Effects on the human body:

(1) Peptides have a protective effect on symptoms such as leukopenia caused by radiation, radiation drugs, or anti-tumor drugs.

(2) It can combine with toxic compounds, heavy metal ions, or carcinogens that enter the body, promote their elimination from the body, and play a role in neutralization and detoxification.

(3) Promoting cell division, adjusting cell metabolism, ensuring that the quantity, quality, and speed of protein synthesis within cells are in a normal state, can effectively improve the rational utilization rate of proteins.