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Argireline is all the rage on social media and is even endorsed by celebrity surgeon, Dr. Mehmet Oz. Although it is nicknamed “Botox in a jar,” Argireline (acetyl hexapeptide-3 or acetyl hexapeptide-8) is not a toxin.
The plant-derived compound is, however, similar to Botox in its mechanism of action as it freezes nerve-to-muscle potential. Lipotec, the makers of Argireline, asserts that the chain of peptides that make up the compound limits the ability of neurotransmitters to activate movement in your facial muscles (a process known as exocytosis).
By inhibiting the nerves that send signals to facial muscles, subtle facial expressions are limited, and wrinkles, Lipotec insists, are subsequently reduced.
“Argireline is a synthetic molecule that in the lab setting can interfere with proteins involved in muscle contraction,” says Dr. Jeffrey Fromowitz, a dermatologist from Boca Raton, FL. “These complexes interact with the muscles responsible for facial expression and can inhibit their movement, theoretically improving wrinkles.”
Argireline is the trademark name of the molecule acetyl hexapeptide-3. Argireline is manufactured by the Spanish company Lipotec and is one of the hot new ingredients in anti aging skin care products.
1 .Appearance :White powder
2 .Water Content(Karl Fischer) :≤5.0%
3 .Acetate Content(by HPLC) :≤15.0%
4 .Amino Acid Composition :±10% of theoretical
5 .Purity (by HPLC) :≥95.0%
6 .Single Impurity(by HPLC) :≤2.0%
7 .Peptide Content(by %N ) :≥80%
8 .Assay(By Anhydrous, Acetic Acid-free ) :95.0~105.0%
9 .Bacterial Endotoxins :≤10EU/mg
Argireline relaxes facial tension, leading to the relaxation of facial muscles that contribute to lines and wrinkles. Researchers think Argireline works by inhibiting the release of neurotransmitters released by the brain that tell these facial muscles to tense. The result is relaxed musculature and reduced wrinkles and lines.
Note that Argireline's effects are very similar to those of BOTOX injections. But where the FDA only allows BOTOX serum to be injected in limited areas of the face, Argireline may be applied wherever lines and wrinkles appear. One published study showed a 30% reduction in wrinkle size after only 30 days of using Argireline or its generic equivalent, acetyl hexapeptide-3.
Yes. Argireline is one of the most exciting ingredients to come along in recent years. Argireline works on mechanical lines and tension-related wrinkles and therefore makes an excellent combination with other, more traditional, anti wrinkle ingredients that work by resurfacing and moisturizing the skin.
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