What Is Dermatopoietin?
Dermatopoietin is the name of a peptide complex, or simply put a mixture of proteins that are the key ingredient in Evenswiss UK skincare. Though the name dermatopoietin may seem complicated, in layman terms “dermato” means skin while “poietin” means “maker”, which is exactly its intended function.
The peptide complex consists of 2 peptides that initiate cell communication to message one another to produce elastin and collagen, hence the name ‘skin maker’. You can reap the dermatopoietin benefits of Evenswiss skincare via the Evenswiss Eventone Serum, which packs a punch of anti-aging benefits.
How Does Dermatopoietin Work?
Evenswiss proudly boasts dermatopoietin, but what exactly lies behind the fancy name?
Collagen is a protein that maintains the structural integrity of the skin. As part of the aging process, we eventually lose collagen, resulting in a loss of skin elasticity, sagging and a general thinning of the epidermis layer (the outmost layer of the skin).
Therefore, dermatopoietin’s function is to encourage elastin and collagen production, increasing cell turnover rate.
The main peptide that constitutes dermatopoietin is interleukin-1 alpha IL1a, which is a biochemical messenger that signals for skin regeneration and restoration of the skin’s barrier.
This protein serves anti-aging purposes, however advancing age results in the decline of IL1a production. Evenswiss with dermatopoietin boosts IL1a production to increase collagen and elastin production for younger looking, healthy skin and hair. The second peptide, which is much smaller compared to IL1a merely acts as a controller to decide when to activate the signaling process.
Although dermatopoietin is a large molecule to penetrate the skin, its purpose is to trigger the cascade enzymatic reaction internally for collagen production. We recommend one of the best sellers - the Eventone Serum paired with the Sublime Revealing Mask for the ultimate skin pamper duo.
Is Evenswiss Anti-Aging Skincare?
As aforementioned, as we age, the gradual loss of elastin and collagen follows. This results in thinner, sagging skin and makes skin more susceptible to all sorts of damage, notably UV damage.
With dermatopoietin proudly boasting its collagen-production-inducing abilities, it does fit under the anti-aging skincare category. Examples of Evenswiss with dermatopoietin products that are great for mature or sensitive skin would be the Evenswiss Regenerating Plasma and the Evenswiss Rich Regenerating Cream. These products are suitable to be used on mature or compromised skin, which activates the skin’s self-regenerative capacity; yielding plump, rejuvenated skin.
In a clinical trial carried by Elskin Laboratories, dermatopoietin has been shown to have superior collagen-producing abilities when compared to another well-known anti-aging ingredient, tretinoin.
The Evenswiss with dermatopoietin skincare range puts its anti-aging skincare technology to good use.