I am a newbie here. I usually post on the skinbiology website, since I started using their product for about two months now. I had IPL (Palomar starlux) last year, which caused
a textural change about 2 inches wide and 1 inch long below my cheekbone. It is actually a scar issue. Before this procedure, I had good skin. I started on the weaker CP - Super GHK peptide by Skin biology due to several negative experiences I read in the internet about their regular copper peptide serum. I could not find many positive many on this product. In addition, the copper peptide used in their products is different, and I read that is would not be the effective CP. I did a lot of research on CP's before taking the plunge on Skin Biology products.
I used GHK for 7 weeks and the scar tissue improved. I used it with the exfoliation and lacsal serum on alternate days. I started using the regular CP 2 weeks ago and the scar tissue is still improving. I am happy with the products because it did give me hope. My scar tissue is barely visible and feels more like normal skin. I am the only one who knows it is still there. I wished I started it last year but I was scared of trying copper peptide.
My advice for anyone who wants to try it is to start w/ the weaker solution - GHK peptide before trying the regular copper peptide. Also, I would not use it regularly under the eyes. I only used it a couple of times a week on that area. I have not heard many negative experiences on the GHK peptide.
Another thing, I did try Neova's GHK serum as well as PSF GHK. Skin Biology's products seem to be the most potent on scar tissue, but you have to be very careful with the product and will need to start slow even if you do not experience any irritation. I purchased Neova and PSF because I read that these products contained the right type of CP.
I hope this helps. If you want to check my experiences with copper peptide, you can find several of my post on Skin Biology's website. At least you will know that I am a legitimate poster and not someone who is trying to market the product. My bad experience w/ IPL is also on Skincarerx