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GHK WITH COPD

skinbiologywebmaster ·
This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be emphasized that GHK and other copper binding peptides have not been tested on human emphysema and COPD and are not approved for such...
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DMSO + GHK: An Amazingly Effective Combination

Skin Biology ·
Skin and Hair Transplantation GHK-Cu substantially improved the transplants of skin grafts in pigs, mice, and humans. The best results were obtained by using GHK-Cu dissolved in a small amount of DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide). Normally in skin grafts, most of the grafted skin dies off, and new skin grows outward from the surviving core of the skin graft. However, the addition of DMSO often so improved the graft "take" that the final graft "take" area exceeded the actual size of the skin graft.
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DMSO & GHK: A Success Story

Skin Biology ·
DMSO & GHK: A Success Story Background & Observations : GHK-Cu improved the skin transplants with the best results being obtained by using GHK-Cu dissolved in a small amount of DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide). Normally in skin grafts, most of the grafted skin dies off, and new skin grows outward from the surviving core of the skin graft. However, the addition of DMSO often so improved the graft "take" that the final graft "take" area exceeded the actual size of the skin graft. Periphery of...
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Wound Healing & Skin Repair Using Copper Peptides

skinbiologywebmaster ·
 StudyResultReference US Patents describing methods using GHK-Cu stimulating wound healing of wound and methods for enhancing wound healing through an animalUS Patent 4,665,054   New glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine copper derivatives of...
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Re: DMSO & GHK: A Success Story

Winterskiss ·
Hi I wonder is it ok to add a touch of DMSO to a jar of skin cream that is organic and filled with nourishment so that it would go deeper into the skin for better results ? I have some DMSO 99% unopened still .
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Re: DMSO & GHK: A Success Story

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
DMSO is added to many GHK products. But you only need a little, such as 1 to 2% if you add it yourself.
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Re: DMSO & GHK: A Success Story

Winterskiss ·
Hi Dr . Pickart , why do you say Crepey Skin Escape is not meant to be used around the eye area ? I read this statement but you don't say why . Is it because it contains DMSO ?
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Re: DMSO & GHK: A Success Story

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
I don't think it will cause any problems. We just are somewhat over-cautious on newer products. Crepey Skin Escape is receiving great reviews. As for DMSO, I still have not found any real evidence for toxicities. Mechanics have used it for many decades to remove grease from auto parts.
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Re: GHK and Bone Healing in Humans!

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
His physicians wanted a hip transplant... My lameness in the right hip is improving dramatically only one day after starting SAM-e 400 mgs and the 3% GHK-Cu cream mixed with 3% DMSO, rubbed over the hip area. I must be taking 15 assorted supplements by now, MSM, BioCell Collagen II, NEM, and CTMinerals among them, started a week ago, so determining exactly why this rapid improvement would be futile. However, the GHK-Cu cream and SAM-e seem to have accelerated things. Impressive relief from...
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Re: Does Magnesium Citrate interfer with Copper Absorption?

Skin Biology ·
Dear Rossana, I see no problem with this. Copper and magnesium have very different binding affinities. There is great confusion about copper in the blood. Ceruloplasmin is an anti-oxidant and often high in diseases. But copper 2+ from the diet is taken up by albumin for transport to the cells. Best wishes, Loren Pickart
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Re: Does Magnesium Citrate interfer with Copper Absorption?

Rossana ·
Thank you so much for the explanation Dr Pickart!
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

TheSkinBioTeam ·
Thank you Polly and Julee. We appreciate your feedback and experiences very much.
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Re: Copper - Your Body’s Protective and Anti-Aging Metal

TheSkinBioTeam ·
Thank you Alesya, We are happy to hear that you and your dog are doing well. We appreciate your information on our forum. Keep Smiling ~TheSkinBioTeam Originally Posted by Alexya: I have a dog who developed a MRSA infection following obstruction surgery. I became so paranoid about germs, I had to scrub the dog's crate with a solution that used silver as a component of the spray to kill the MRSA germs. For those of you unfamiliar with this, MRSA is an antibiotic resistant germ that has the...
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Re: Copper Deficiency

Skin Biology ·
Actually Dr. Pickart has stated before: "Don't take copper sulfate - It will damage your GI tract. Stick to the amino acid-copper chelate ...5mg daily which should be OK...Amino acid chelates are much less irritating or can have anti-inflammatory actions." Best Wishes!
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Re: Copper Deficiency

Adria Alexis ·
Thank you for warning us, I had no idea about the different kinds let alone which would be safe to take. I feel like I get the right amount of copper balanced with the right balance of zinc because I've been taking Dr. Andrew Weil's vitamins for many years and he keeps up with the latest science and changes his formulas accordingly if the need arises to keep it in line with the most up--to-date science. Because I know I'm getting enough I do wonder if I could possibly get too much adding the...
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Adria Alexis ·
Originally Posted by Julee: Folks don't believe me when I tell them I'm sneaking up on 50 years old! Julee, I can see why! In your profile picture you look in your 30's! If 10 years of cps did that, I'm starting my 10 year journey . Thing is I'm 57 already so I'll be 67 in 10 years. If you look in your 30's at almost 50 then I should look in my 40's (younger than I am now) when I hit the 10 year mark. Yes, yes, I know everyone is different physically as far as body, skin, and general health...
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Sheila M ·
Are there specific brands or formulations you all could recommend? e.g. strictly topical, GHK copper the only ingredient or should I watch out for other ingredients, which brands to avoid, etc. I would like to use GHK copper for my hair and skin, but would it also help internally, if there is a formulation safe for ingestion?
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Skin Biology ·
Dear Sheila: Thanks for posting your question! The work on copper peptides continues to impress. However, since this forum is solely dedicated to the science behind copper peptides, the FDA does not allow specific mention of product names or links to be posted on our forum. To keep abreast of the published papers and work being done around the world on GHK-Cu, be sure to continue to visit www.SkinBiology.com Best Wishes, -Skin Biology
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Seihaa ·
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Seihaa ·
Hi everyone! I live in the UK and have been able to source a 50mg GHK-CU powder vial from a reputable lab. I want to use it topically for skin ageing and, most importantly, on my scalp to help with alopecia. I plan to do microneedling once a month on face and scalp and apply a cream made with the peptide. I only use natural products on my skin so I was thinking of mixing the peptide with my current face cream which is from a 100% natural german brand called weleda. You can see the...
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Skin Biology ·
Thank you for posting your question - We are happy to reply back! We are checking with Dr. Pickart to see if there might possibly be any interaction if you plan on adding GHK-Cu to this product. Keep in mind that for a finished product however, Dr. Pickart never suggests to go beyond 3% GHK-Cu as the final concentration. There simply would be no need to and Less is More when dealing with potent cosmeceuticals. Best Wishes, -Skin Biology
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Seihaa ·
You have been so helpful THAN YOU! I’ve tested the PH of the cream and it’s a neutral 5 so I’m hoping that’s all we need to make sure of? I’ve also tested various oils such as jojoba or, even better for hair, castor oil, and they come at a neutral ph as well. Will that be enough to consider them safe for the GHK-Cu? With more research I’ve understood you do need to dilute the pure powder in order to add it in drops to the final medium (cream or oil). Am I correct? Copper toxicity does worry...
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Skin Biology ·
Dear SEIHAA : The good news is that copper toxicity shouldn't be a worry at all. Irritation is the main thing to keep in mind when mixing a finished product. Please email Dr. Pickart directly and he'll be able to assist - Send an email to: drlorenpickart@gmail.com You can copy / paste your above questions and send them in the email. Dr. Pickart would be the best person to check with on this. Best Wishes, -Skin Biology
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Seihaa ·
I couldn’t thank you enough! Will email him today! 💕🙏🏼
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

midookie ·
I wonder if there's an update you'd like to share...? And also, is your alopecia, alopecia areata?
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Re: Appearance of surfacing buried scar tissue/damage

Believe ·
Hi Pinkdervish- I would love to know what success you have had so far? I totally believe in them but I love to hear other people's success stories- that is what keeps me gong in my darkest hours! Thank you!
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Re: Appearance of surfacing buried scar tissue/damage

polly ·
Hi Pinkdervish, I always get reactive bumps under my skin after I have derma rolled my neck area, and there's heaps of them every where that I have rolled. I know its an immune reaction to the injuring from the roller; which is a normal body function, they will last about 2 days and nearly all gone by the 3rd day. They have never turned into cysts that remain so I cant advise there, however I did have a cyst once that reacted similar to yours with continue peeling and then eventually went...
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Re: Appearance of surfacing buried scar tissue/damage

pinkdervish ·
Hi There, Thanks for your post... Please feel free to email me at savoringsweetness@gmail.com . I had originally posted that anyone can private message me, but the other website that I listed where you can private message me was removed from this message. I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks!
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Re: Appearance of surfacing buried scar tissue/damage

pinkdervish ·
Hi Polly! Thanks so much for your reply. Without photographic and written documentation of what I use and what my skin appears like after derma needling, I often lose sight of my progress. Its helpful to know that I'm not the only one that experiences the bumps after derma rolling. I never knew it was an immune reaction. At one point, I actually thought that they may be cold sores, considering how close the scarred tissue I roll the most (deepest scar I have) is near my nasalobial fold...
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Re: Appearance of surfacing buried scar tissue/damage

pinkdervish ·
Hi, Believe, If you prefer, you may email me at savoringsweetness@gmail.com . Until then, what I CAN say here, is that it is so very important to pay close attention to everything in your regimen, your stress levels, whether or not you are eating healthy and drinking quality water, taking recommended supplements that Dr. Pickart has mentioned... Also, I used to be quite impatient, derma rolling every couple of weeks, but lately I will wait six weeks or more... this is where you will REALLY...
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Re: Copper Deficiency

Rutkowski ·
Many thanks for this valued information. What form of copper would be the best to supplements with, please? Thanks, Kris
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Re: Copper Deficiency

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Copper Glycinate - 2 mg pills. Very cheap. Take on full stomach
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Re: Copper - Your Body’s Protective and Anti-Aging Metal

Alexya ·
I have a dog who developed a MRSA infection following obstruction surgery. I became so paranoid about germs, I had to scrub the dog's crate with a solution that used silver as a component of the spray to kill the MRSA germs. For those of you unfamiliar with this, MRSA is an antibiotic resistant germ that has the capacity to react to new antibiotics thrown at it and develop an immunity to those new antibiotics. I get a medical MRSA newsletter that has the latest attempts to find other ways to...
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Re: Copper Deficiency

Rutkowski ·
Thank You! I've just ordered 5 bottles of Copper Glycinate and 2 of Zinc Picolinate from "Pure Encapsulation" Kris
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Re: Copper Deficiency

nanakomaki ·
Copper (from TRAACS® copper glycinate chelate) 2mg Is this good enough? I bought Copper Amino Acid Chelate 2 mg before since I wasn't sure exactly what type...but ended up I stop taking it.
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Re: Copper Deficiency

skinbiologywebmaster ·
That should be fine. If for some reason it is not I am sure Dr. Pickart will chime in.
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Re: GHK & DNA & You

belcanto ·
So is supplementing with copper how we increase GHK in our blood? If so, what is the best form? Thanks.
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Re: GHK & DNA & You

Gloria ·
Good question. Awaiting the answer. Thanks
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Re: GHK & DNA & You

skinbiologywebmaster ·
I am sure either Jessica or Dr. Pickart will answer this more fully in the future, but supplementing with copper will not increase GHK in our bloodstream. Supplementing copper is great for health benefits (check out our forum about copper and disease.) but does not affect the amount of GHK Copper in the blood. Although related, those are two separate things. What would be needed is a supplement of GHK Copper. This does not exist at the moment. Dr. Pickart would love to have this be a daily...
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Re: GHK & DNA & You

skinbiologywebmaster ·
This is what we would suggest for copper supplements: Copper Glycinate - 2 mg pills. Very cheap. Take on full stomach
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

MissTulip ·
I wholeheartedly agree. So finally I'm going to start using copper peptide products. Thank you in advance.
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Thanks for the awesome post.
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Re: GHK & DNA & You

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
US Department of Agriculture studies found the best biochemical anti-oxidants results in humans were with 5 to 6 mgs of supplemental copper daily. More copper will help to some extent. The copper transport molecules are only about 50% loaded with copper in humans and more copper will increase their activity. The Recommended Daily Intake (RDA) of copper is 0.7 mgs daily but this is far too low. A human study found the a group of 24 men on a diet of 1.03 mgs total nutritional copper daily...
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

polly ·
Totally agree too, the proof is visible in my own life, copper peptides DO WORK !!!
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Julee ·
June of 2014 will mark my 10 year anniversary of using copper peptide preparations. I will be turning 50 in a little over a year. Folks don't believe me when I tell them I'm sneaking up on 50 years old!
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Re: dupuytren's contracture

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
Clients have told us that the copper peptides have helped with this but there are no controlled studies. But skin remodeling is the process of removing old tissue and replacing it with new tissue. So, the copper peptides could loosen the collagen in the hands. From the Mayo Clinic Dupuytren's contracture is a hand deformity that usually develops slowly, over years. Dupuytren's contracture affects a layer of tissue that lies under the skin of your palm. Knots of tissue form under the skin —...
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Re: dupuytren's contracture

Loomsong ·
Thanks, I'm gonna try it.
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Re: GHK and Anti-Anxiety

Janice Williams ·
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2014 09:44:18 -0700
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Changes in Skin and Hair with Menopause and Aging

skinbiologywebmaster ·
During normal aging, the skin becomes thinner, looser and less elastic and hair growth lessens and the hair shafts become thinner. In men, this is a fairly gradual effect which accelerates after age 45. In women however, the abrupt hormonal changes at...
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GHK & DNA & You

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Dr. Pickart asked me to post this to the forums. Please read and enjoy. Got questions about this musing? Ask and Dr. Pickart will answer it. This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be...
 
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