Clear Skincare : Copper Peptides

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Water, Hyaluronic Acid, Copper Tri-Peptide, Lactic Acid.

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August 10, 2011


I use it for scar treatment. It softens the scar and the surrounding area making your skin look smoother overall. It penetrates into the damaged skin and sort of "breaks up" the scar tissue which over time will eventually remove the scar 100%. For example, I had a severe scar on my left cheek and it's almost gone. Be patient and persevering. I've been using Super Cop for over a year.

The 2 oz. bottle could last you a year if you use as a spot treatment.


It's greenish and looks weird going to bed - not too sexy. Sleep on your back (train yourself to do so) otherwise the cream will end up on your pillow case.

Use the Super Cop Cream 2X - Extra Strength as a spot treatment. It's an expensive product, so you won't want to use it all over your face. I got the best results doing a combination of self-needling (using 5-6 sewing needles - not diabetic ones - superglued together - trust me it works). Or you can get a derma roller. The needling will help the product penetrate the dermis to get to the all important scar tissue. You can use the weaker varieties of Super Cops if you have sensitive skin but you can actually feel the 2x working. Use it consistently everyday. Focus on specific areas like the temples and try to use harsh lighting to see how the shape of the scar changes as it begins to break down.
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January 27, 2011


Does not Smell
And it work!


nothing really.

Well I have been using SkinBiology's Copper Peptides about 2 weeks ago. I have lots of redness and acne scars all over my face. Within about 3 days of only putting it on my face at night and leaving it on. I can see noticeable changes. My redness of Hyperpigmentation has gone down 40% and I can see where once were scar holes start filling up and thickening up with new skin. This was freakin amazing. I have made and use my own Vitamin-C serum and compared with this, Copper Peptides wins hands down. My overall skin complexion is soooo much better and my skin feels very soft now. Copper Peptides is like the whole package. But I must stress that you must use it consistently to see results. This is coming from an Asian guy with light olive skin.
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December 30, 2010


Regimen is easy to follow
Slow and steady improvement
No down time


Super cop 2x turns skin a tint of blue/green

This is the first scar treatment I've ever written a review about because it's the first that I actually feel hopeful about. I have mild-moderate rolling scarring/enlarged pores across my cheeks, temples, and forehead and they've been there since I got off Accutane about 4 years ago. I got the "scar reduction kit" from SkinBiology about 2 weeks ago. It has Super CP serum (high strength), Super Cop 2x (extra strength) and LacSal serum (for exfoliation). I've been using their recommended regimen for about 2 weeks and can honestly say I'm seeing results. I wash and put on the Super CP serum in the morning, then wash and put on the LacSal at night followed by a thin layer of the super-strength Super Cop 2x about an hour afterward. I've seen an improvement in overall skin tone and color, and the scars are looking better. It's hard to notice slow overall improvement (unless you take pictures) so I'm closely watching some scars on my temple. They've been sloooowly but steadily filling in- and it's only been 2 weeks. Definitely worth the small cost for the kit. Strongly recommended. By the way, I have very "thick" skin, so I use the high-strength stuff. But for others with fairer skin, the Super Cop 2x is probably too strong to spread over the whole face.
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November 14, 2009


better overall skin texture


might take a while for some people to see results, probably doesn't work the same for every individual

i made the terrible mistake of excessive sunbathing because it temporarily helped my acne. even worse, i was on antibiotics and other acne medications that increased my sun sensitivity. as a result, my skin became very very rough over time, subsequent acne began to to scar, my pores were large and visible and i became very depressed, thinking there was no solution and i would be stuck with this horrible skin forever. after 2 months of an AHA & copper peptide regimen, the texture of my skin has improved greatly. i wouldnt say that shallow scars have started to disappear yet,i would give it more time before i expected that to happen. but most importantly the use of peptides has given me hope. i highly suggest for anyone with skin problems to at least try it before writing it off.
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