HydroPeptide is a skincare line that promises clinical results with a luxury experience using the power of peptides as messenger molecules.
The skincare uses over 60 different peptides, plus botanical stem cells, growth factors and hyaluronic acid to provide powerful anti-aging products for face and body.
On the Bright Track:
One way to experience this high tech skincare is with the limited edition On The Bright Track Anti-Wrinkle + Brightening Travel Set ($78.00 it’s a $100 value).
Note too that the products are free of Parabens, Phthalates, Sulfates
Inside a silvery zippered travel bag almost nice enough to use as an evening clutch and definitely great to hold a week’s worth of beauty and skincare needs when you travel, are travel sizes of 5 unique Hydropeptide products:
Cleansing Gel (1.69 fl oz) is a multi-tasking cleanser, makeup remover and toner in a flip top plastic bottle. Massage a bit of the gel into damp skin for 30-60 seconds and whisk away dirt and grime but it won’t dry out your skin.
5X Power Peel (5 individual sachets). There are 5 no-rinse packettes of this product to clarify and brighten your skin. Glycolic acid, lactic acid, and salicylic acid plus mushroom enzyme and a retinoic-like exfoliating peptide help to brighten and resurface your skin.
These can be used daily, but if your skin is sensitive, try a couple of times a week, first.
*Don’t use this if you are pregnant, nursing, or have an aspirin allergy!
LumaPro-C (0.17 fl oz) in a petite pump bottle also supports skin brightening and radiance in a serum. The full sized bottle is $148 so this is a good way to try it in sample size.
Key Ingredients include something called DermalRX SRC+ that helps break down hyperpigmented cells plus “Algaktiv LightSKN” a blend of microalgae that helps to brighten skin. Stable Vitamin C is also included.
Nimni Cream (0.17 fl oz) is $220 in a full sized jar. The in a tiny jar combines Dr. Marcel Nimni’s research on collagen with time-released retinol to rejuvenate skin and lessen the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
*Don’t use retinol products if you are pregnant or nursing, taking prescription acne medication, or in conjunction with waxing, chemical peels or resurfacing procedures. Always use a high, broad-spectrum sunscreen afterward. If your skin is sensitive do try a test patch before using it on your full face.
Solar Defense Non-Tinted (0.5 fl oz) Broad Spectrum SPF 30.
There are tinted and non-tinted versions, plus one for the body. In this set, there is the non-tinted (face) version with actives of Titanium Dioxide (3%), Zinc Oxide (7%).
We liked the product, and love the benefit of a travel tube you can pop into a pocket or purse for touch-ups during the day, but wish had SPF 50.
The Bottom Line:
Innovative biotech skincare can be costly and HydroPeptide products can be a splurge or a must-have, depending upon your personal situation.
The brightening products have powerful and effective ingredients but could be problematic for those with very sensitive skin or other medical issues.
If you aren’t purchasing Hydropeptide products from a physician or a spa, you can find them online https://hydropeptide.com/
*This report was created by advicesisters.com staff