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AHK has been extensively investigated in animal models for its effect on hair growth, wound healing, and tissue regeneration.
AHK, also called tripeptide, is a three-amino-acid-long peptide primarily found in the blood of mammals. It is usually attached to copper and has effects on a wide range of cells including fibroblasts and endothelial cells. It is a well-known anti-oxidant in research circles and is currently being investigated in animal models for its ability to combat hair loss.
AHK has been extensively investigated in animal models for its effect on hair growth, wound healing, and tissue regeneration. It has been studied heavily by the cosmetics industry, in animal and in vitro models, for its ability to tighten skin, improve skin elasticity, reduce photo-damage (a.k.a. melisma), lessen fine lines and wrinkles, and boost cell shedding in the stratum corneum (the top layer of skin).
AHK tripeptide is a small peptide made of just three amino acids – Alanine, Histidine, and Lysine. It is sometimes referred to just as “tripeptide,” though that particular term can be applied to any three-amino-acid-long peptide. The cosmeceutical industry refers to AHK as DNA repair factor in some cases. AHK is often, but not always, complexed with copper, making it AHK-Cu.
Molecular Formula: C15H26N6O4
Molecular Weight: 354.41g/mol