Long-term systems attempt to boost collagen production or repair DNA. These are obviously preferable so I am always on the look out for products that contain Matrixyl. There is no point comparing Matrixyl and Matrixyl 3000 since the only thing they have in common is the name. Matrixyl 3000 is made from two new peptides that have nothing to do with the palmitoyl-pentapeptide 3 that is in the original matrixyl. The two new peptides are palmitoyl-tripeptide and palmitoyl-oligopeptide. They are supposed work synergistically to mimic the appearance of this broken down collagen, causing your skin to react by producing more collagen, as well as elastin.
Pretty cool huh? I thought so, but you need long term use of the product to receive the full benefit.
The bottle says to use around eye area, which I had been doing, but it also says it can be used as an allover face treatment. Because I was using a different serum on my face, I'm going to switch to using this as an allover face treatment to see what the outcome is now that I have read about Matrixyl 3000. The serum contains an organic herbal infusion, organic aloe, plant stem cells, cucumber, organic jojoba oil, frankincense (which I think is totally cool, personal thing) and a host of other natural ingredients.
It smells like cucumber and is very refreshing when applied around the eye area.
As with most products, I like to see for myself so I have before and after pics.
I used it on both eyes and although there is only a moderate result after 2 1/2 weeks use, I'm willing to give the product longer to work now that I know the Matrixyl is a long term rebuilding complex.
*Disclosure: I am not affiliated, related or associated with Azure Naturals in any way. I have only received a free product to give a 100% unbiased opinion. My opinions are my own and are based on my experience with the product alone. This is an honest, unbiased and fair review of this product.*
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