~SKIN BIOLOGY~*SUPER COP 2X*~Skin Remodeling Cream~2 oz *Sealed*

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~Skin Biology~

Dr. Loren Pickart

***SUPER COP 2X***

Skin Home improvement Cream

 ~The strongest copper-peptide renewal cream~

Net Wt. – 2 oz

This providing is for a Fresh & SEALED 2 ouncesnbsp;~Skin Biology~SUPER COP 2X~ Skin Home improvement Cream~

~SUPER COP 2X CREAM is the STRONGEST enhancement of Dermis Biology’s different Skin Home improvement Copper-Peptide (SRCP) Serums and Lotions, still producing the equal skin home improvement effects however combines the remarkable homes of milder items with the energy of hydroxy acids~


~BEST for spot treating -or- for areas of scars, blemishes, stretchmarks, and hypo/hyperpigmentation~

*** Receive a FREE Dermis Biology Pattern with this Tremendous COP 2X purchase***

Copper Peptides (CPs) are the most useful dermis renewal and skincare items. They are the herbal alerts used by means of the human physique to restore and redecorate dermis. This is what keeps little ones’s dermis blemish and wrinkle free. Wrinkles and skin harm accumulate as a result of of an absence of enough skin home improvement and regeneration as we age, not as a result of cellphone and DNA damage because of free radicals and sun publicity. (Scientific American, Oct. 2008, pages 30-33).

It is Finest to work up to better stregnth (CPs) starting first with CP Serum, then Tremendous CP Serum -or- Tri-Reduction Cream earlier than using Tremendous Cop everywhere to keep away from inflammation.  Super Cop is Terrific for spot treating while constructing up with lessen stregnth serums.


AM: After cleaning the dermis, apply a lightweight quantity of LacSal Cream (a 10% hydroxy acid chemical exfoliant which helps to destroy down broken dermis proteins). Or use Exfol Cream (2% hydroxy acid exfoliator).

PM: After cleaning the dermis, apply a lightweight quantity of Super Cop Cream (which contains a powerful awareness of SRCPs that can also be used very calmly as soon as day). First use as a spot medication on right on areas of pitted or raised scars or areas of hypo/hyperpigmentation. Use calmly; test on a small enviornment first.



For scars and dermis lesions, rub a small quantity of the cream into the lesion and boost the quantity with time. The items are designed to have a selective uptake into scars and dermis lesions however this may also make them more obvious because the copper stains the scars and lesions. So it could actually be finest to make use of this cream at evening.

Your dermis will regulate to the lotions with time and a lot of of our consumers now use them for established facial regeneration and even across the eyes. But always beginning lightly at the start. The products could cause itching if over-applied. However, you can wash the off with heat water if mandatory.

You can also reasonable the impact of Tremendous Cop by making use of an oil earlier than use. Emu Oil-S Lipid Replenisher for Dermis and Squalane work neatly. If you discover Tremendous Cop Cream to be too amazing, base the dermis first with a lightweight software of Emu Oil or Squalane then observe Tremendous Cop on right. The oil will decelerate the penetration expense of the amazing copper-peptide cream thereby making it gentler on the dermis.

For MORE guidance on SkinBiology’s science & product use, please talk over with: www.skinbiology.com


Note:  This product is sparkling & sealed direct from Dermis Biology Labs in Bellevue, WA



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Country of Manufacture

United States


2 fl oz






Skin Biology