Pea Protein Peptide

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About Pea Peptide Peptide acb pisum sativum peptide

Pea Protein Peptides, derived from Pisum sativum, commonly known as garden peas, are gaining prominence in the realm of hair and skincare formulations. These peptides, intricate chains of amino acids inherent in pea proteins, play a crucial role in cellular communication, akin to messengers instructing cells on proper functionality. When appropriately formulated and shielded from degradation, peptides in skincare products can yield beneficial effects.

Pisum sativum peptides exhibit increasing popularity in hair care formulations, particularly in the context of the growing trend towards anti-aging hair solutions. Their structural attributes include superior solubility, water retention, oil absorption, foaming, emulsification, and gelation compared to pea proteins. Experimental findings underscore these enhanced properties, offering a theoretical foundation for the application of pea peptides.

Structural Features Pea Protein Peptide 

Characteristics of Pea Protein Peptide from ZXCHEM Group include clear and transparent water solubility with a light-yellow hue. Notably, these peptides demonstrate stability to heat, maintaining their composition and function throughout processing.

Product Processing Characteristics Pea Protein Peptide

1. Water solubility: clear and transparent, light yellow.
2. Stability: stable to heat, unchanged in composition and function. acb pisum sativum peptide

How Effective Are Pea Peptides? acb pisum sativum peptide

The effectiveness of Pea Peptides, formally known as ACB Pisum Sativum Peptide, is evident in Down To Earth Super Antioxidant Serum. Renowned for their nutritional value, these hydrolyzed pea proteins deliver antioxidant, anti-aging, hydrating, and smoothing benefits to the skin and hair, with a pronounced volumizing effect in hair care formulations.

Several tests were conducted to assess the efficacy of Pea Peptide:

Hair Hydration pea protein peptide

Pea Peptide exhibited an increase in hair hydration, comparable to Wheat Hydrolysate.

Volumizing Effect acb pisum sativum peptide

Pea Peptide resulted in a significant average increase in hair diameter (14.08%), surpassing the effects of Wheat Hydrolysate.

Hair Characteristics pea protein peptide

Shampoo and conditioner containing Pea Peptide demonstrated a 101% improvement in hair characteristics compared to the control shampoo and a 61% improvement over the control conditioner.

Oxidative Stress acb pisum sativum peptide

Pea Peptide exhibited increased Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) with rising concentrations, signifying its efficacy in minimizing oxidative stress and supporting skin health.

Collagen Production pea protein peptide

Positive outcomes were observed in collagen activity tests, emphasizing the peptide’s importance in promoting healthy and robust skin.

Addressing common concerns, Pea Peptide Peptides are deemed safe, non-toxic, and non-irritating when incorporated into cosmetic formulations. The botanical origin of these peptides is Pisum sativum, commonly referred to as Pea Peptide. As a professional pea protein production facility, we stand by the quality and efficacy of our products, contributing to the advancement of skincare and hair care formulations.