Introducing super ingredient silk peptide and silk amino acids

I love pure silk on my skin, knows how silky and soft the delicate fabric envelopes my body which is one of the most precious resources of nature. How can silk be applied to our skin care products?

Silk peptides are extracted from natural cocoon of silkworm and are obtained by the advanced hydrolysis process. Peptides are amino acids that make up the proteins in the skin.  When peptides are in a short chain of amino acids, they have the ability to penetrate the upper layer of the skin.  Research found that silk protein contains the 18 essential and non-essential amino acids, which include 8 essential amino acids that cannot be manufactured by our body. Importantly, it is non-irritating allergies, and is good bio-compatible skin care ingredient.  These precious natural ingredients leaving your skin incredible benefits.


They are great molecules that will soak up and deliver moisture into our skin.


They are natural proteins; and protein is made from amino acids.  Our skin is made of protein and rich in amino acids and so they help to strengthen and repair the damaged skin.


The smaller silk peptide and amino acid molecules are small enough to get through the top layers of our skin and into the dermis. Once in the dermis, they have been known to boost collagen production and which in turn improves the look of the skin making it plumper and younger looking.


The larger molecular silk proteins do moisturize the skin but in addition they add to the skins barrier function. This natural protein makes a light-weight, breathable film on the surface of the skin protection from various environmental stresses leaving a soft and shinning lift.

No matter what age you are, or what your skin type might be, look for amazing silk protein, peptides or amino acids in your daily skin care routine. Click to check all KATHLEEN’s products that give you these amazing ingredients.

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