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How to Firm Your Skin with Peptides

14 Dec 2021

Hyaluronic acid may be synonymous with healthy, hydrated skin, but it’s not the only ingredient that’s known for its youth-sustaining support. Enter: peptides. 

Found in Youth To The People’s new Triple Peptide + Cactus Oasis Serum, peptides—in this case, a triple-peptide blend—are made up of amino acid chains that are linked by peptide bonds. Peptides, which are found in keratin, elastin, and collagen, are a vital component of skincare as they work together to keep the skin looking plump, firm, and youthful. 

“When certain peptides—known to make up larger specific proteins—are replenished, they assist skin that has lost or is losing density, firmness, and elasticity,” says Jacob Tomás del Rosario, Youth To The People’s Director of Field Sales + Education, of the powerhouse, clinically proven ingredient. The Oasis Serum, he says, “is something you can utilize as a preventative measure if you are looking to maintain the overall health and function of the skin.”

What makes peptides such a standout? 

Peptides are impressive on their own, but Youth To The People took it a step further by incorporating a triple-peptide blend into the Oasis Serum. These peptides come together to promote skin that’s bouncier, plumper, and more youthful. Think of this triple-peptide blend as the ultimate triple threat when it comes to skincare.

“You will see and feel the immediate plumping effect when peptides are partnered with 4D hyaluronic acid,” adds del Rosario, speaking to the Triple Peptide + Cactus Oasis Serum, which boasts both skin-loving ingredients. “[The Oasis Serum] imparts a beautiful glow to the skin, and allows your complexion makeup, as in your foundation and concealer, to glide on more smoothly and last longer.” 

Who would benefit the most from the Oasis Serum?

The Oasis Serum can be used on any skin type, making it a versatile addition to anyone’s skincare routine. The same can be said about peptides on their own.  

“All skin—no matter your skin type—loses density and elasticity at some stage,” says del Rosario. “Therefore, peptides, when used as a reparative or preventative measure, will help the skin look more youthful over time.”

Sustaining and supporting youthful skin has never been so easy.

Written by Grace Gavilanes for Youth To The People. Grace is an NYC-based writer, editor, and content strategist. She’s also the founder of Viva La Mujer, a Latina empowerment blog.

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