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The Role of Arginine in Fighting Infection

Posted by on 2/22/2017 to The AminoGenesis Line      Share  | 
The Role of Arginine in Fighting Infection
The human body consists of a number of intricate systems that need to effectively work together for optimum health, wellness, and even appearance. One very important component behind many of these functions are amino acids. These small molecules are responsible for the formation of proteins like the collagen and elastin in our skin, as well as helping to fight infection and accelerate the wound healing process.

Could Taking an Amino Acid Supplement Help You Live Longer?

Posted by on 2/20/2017 to Amino Acids      Share  | 
Could Taking an Amino Acid Supplement Help You Live Longer?
Amino acids are quickly becoming some of the most talked-about molecules in anti-aging strategies. In fact, research suggests that adding more of these ingredients to your daily diet could help to prolong your life. Sound like science-fiction? Read on to find what the latest research says about amino acids and their anti-aging capabilities and why this isn’t as farfetched as it might sound.

Peptides and Proteins: What’s the Difference?

Posted by on 2/17/2017 to Skin Care      Share  | 
Peptides and Proteins: What’s the Difference?
If you’ve been digging into the amino acid craze in skin care, you’ve likely come across the terms “peptide” and “protein” in relation to amino acids. While peptides and proteins are similar in structure, there are a few defining differences between them. Here is everything you need to know about amino acids, peptides, and proteins and why these substances are integral to your skin’s health and beauty.

How Your Body Uses the Genetic Code to Combine Amino Acids into Proteins

Posted by on 2/16/2017 to Skin Care      Share  | 
How Your Body Uses the Genetic Code to Combine Amino Acids into Proteins

The human body is an incredibly complex and amazing machine capable of performing a vast amount of functions without our realizing it. One of the most abundant components of the human body are substances called proteins, which make up just under 20 percent of your body. These proteins can be manufactured by the human body using smaller molecules called amino acids, which are arranged in particular orders using the genetic code.

Use this as a guide to navigate what the genetic code is and how it combines amino acids to form the vital proteins that make up much of your body.

Amino Acids and Skin Penetration: What You Need to Know

Posted by on 2/13/2017 to The AminoGenesis Line      Share  | 
Amino Acids and Skin Penetration: What You Need to Know
Amino acids are quickly becoming some of the most sought-after and talked-about ingredients in skin care. Ongoing research continues to uncover promising information about the many skin benefits of amino acids. They have the ability to efficiently penetrate the skin themselves and to also potentially increase the permeability of other important topical ingredients. Here is what the latest research says about amino acids and skin penetration.

The Benefits of Ramping Up Collagen Production for Acne-Prone Skin

Posted by on 2/11/2017 to Skin Care      Share  | 
The Benefits of Ramping Up Collagen Production for Acne-Prone Skin
If acne and acne scars are a cosmetic concern for you, don’t settle for merely covering up their appearance. Instead, look for ingredients in your skin care products that can actually boost your skin’s natural collagen production to help improve the overall look and feel of your skin and restore a smoother, clearer complexion. Here’s how it works.

The Role of Estrogen in Skin Aging

Posted by on 2/10/2017 to The AminoGenesis Line      Share  | 
The Role of Estrogen in Skin Aging

Estrogen is most commonly linked with the female reproductive system, and while this hormone certainly does play a large part in this system, it also plays a role in a number of other functions throughout the bodies of both women and men. In fact, declining estrogen levels contribute to many of the signs of aging in the skin, including wrinkles and discoloration. Learn more about the link between estrogen and skin aging in women and men, as well as what you can do to help reverse these effects and restore a younger-looking complexion.

5 Surprising Health Benefits of L-Lysine

Posted by on 2/9/2017 to Skin Care      Share  | 
5 Surprising Health Benefits of L-Lysine
Amino acids are powerful molecules that have been proven to provide a wide range of skin and health benefits. If you haven’t tried adding amino acid supplements, dietary sources, and topical skin care products to your regular routine, you may want to start now. Here are just some of the many health and cosmetic benefits associated with the amino acid L-lysine.

Valentine’s Day Skin Care Tips for Men and Women

Posted by on 2/9/2017 to The AminoGenesis Line      Share  | 
Valentine’s Day Skin Care Tips for Men and Women
Whether heading out to an upscale restaurant or staying in for a “Netflix and chill” kind of night, everyone wants to look and feel their best on Valentine’s Day. The traditional focus this time of year is on women’s skin care and beauty products, but many men also want to enhance their appearance for that special someone. With that in mind, here are a few simple skin care tips for both men and women just in time for your Valentine’s Day date.

What Makes Amino Acids Some of the Safest Skin Care Ingredients?

Posted by on 2/7/2017 to Amino Acids      Share  | 
What Makes Amino Acids Some of the Safest Skin Care Ingredients?
 Choosing the best skin care products can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. More important than colorful labels or fancy wording is the ingredient list, which may not be quite as decorated but is what should be grabbing your attention nonetheless. Many common ingredients found in skin care products and other cosmetics can have some adverse side effects such as irritation, dryness, and allergic reactions, especially if you have sensitive skin. Amino acids, on the other hand, have been proven to be some of the safest skin care ingredients out there, and here’s why.