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Peptique Review Summary

Today the skincare industry is growing faster than people can keep up with. The market has been flooded with products claiming to offer a number of benefits, and while products like Peptique™ claim to supply as many as four different Peptides, we believe people have should think twice and research a product before spending their hard earned money on an expensive anti-wrinkle cream. Closer inspection of Peptique™ will reveal that manufacturer information and testimonials with before and after pictures seems to be unavailable. Furthermore, this formula only seems to supply peptides; as such, it may not be the most efficient formula when it comes to boosting essential skin tissue components like Collagen and Hyaluronic Acid.

Hence, we believe that when it comes to reducing the visible signs of aging, there may be better products that contain better ingredients than Peptique™. In fact, there may already be anti-wrinkle creams with patented forms of the peptides said to be included in Peptique™. Therefore, we will take a look at Peptique™ to determine whether or not the industry already has alternative products that are superior.

Ingredients at a Glance
At the time of this review, we could not verify the manufacturer behind the product. The product is marketed through an exclusive website that offers contents in English, as well as in French. However, this website fails to provide pertinent corporate information or customer service hotlines. In any case, the following four peptides are claimed to be included in the formula: Palmitoyl Pentapeptide, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide and Silk Peptide Protein.

Ingredients in Focus
Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, the key ingredient, is a tripeptide commonly found in animal tissues. It is widely understood that Palmitoyl Oligopeptide enhances the production of Collagen. However, extensive research about the exact benefits of Palmitoyl Oligopeptide may be limited. Therefore, we wonder if a skincare cream that supplies Real Collagen may be more attractive.

Peptides, in general, are simply short chains of Amino Acids. Amino Acids, in turn, can be understood as the basic building blocks of proteins and other different types of organic molecules. There are many anti-aging products supplying Peptides; while some have Tripeptides like Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, some have Hexapeptides. A good form of Hexapeptides may be Acetyl Hexapeptide-3; in fact, the industry has a patented form of this Hexapeptide known as Argireline®. Peptique™ does not seem to supply a Hexapeptide.

We like the fact that Peptique™ is marketed through an official and exclusive website. We feel that such official online presence is a must in order to verify that the manufacturing practices are safe and reliable. However, as mentioned above, this website seems a bit unprofessional; the overall design seems ad hoc and rather basic. A FAQ section is available, but the testimonials section is empty at this time. Before and after pictures are also unavailable. Furthermore, detailed corporate information and clear information about customer service are also missing at this time. With so many negatives, the website, in this case, may be more of a hindrance than a help to this product.

• Is a topical application supplying Peptides
• Marketed through an exclusive website

Final Thoughts
We believe a trustworthy manufacturer always goes the extra mile to ensure great customer service through proper dissemination of information. While there are many peptide formulas on the market, we do believe that there are skin creams with patented forms of peptides that genuinely hydrate the skin, reduce line formations, increase the elasticity of the skin tissue and make people feel great about themselves without having to spend a lot of money.

Since Peptique™ appears to lack these qualities, an alternative may be to look up and research other topical creams. We believe that the best way to go about this would be to first look at the ingredients. Second, potential customers may want to look at the prices and any free offers like popular magazine subscriptions. Third, testimonials and effective media coverage on a product may be a good way to gauge a product’s effectiveness. Fourth, those with free trial periods may be the best, as such offers are often a good way to test a product before buying an entire supply of it.

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