BCN Advance, new Mesoceuticals® range by Institute BCN, combines three groups of active ingredients that work synergistically and optimize the results so far achieved in the treatments of the skin. These ingredient groups are:
New generation peptides. Active or inhibit necessary cellular mechanisms to repair a particular aesthetic concern. They are messengers that, through specific receptors on cell membrane, issue biochemical signals within the cells, as agonists or antagonists as needed. They modulate the intra and intercellular communication and readjust the functioning of cells. Each peptide is identified with a specific amino acids sequence which regulates these cellular functions.
Non peptide active ingredients connected to the treatment. Highly concentrated and meticulously selected according the aesthetopathy to be treated. They work synergistically with the biopeptides, acting straight over the particular problem.
Active ingredients for global skin care. These are active principles as hyaluronic acid, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, among others. They complete the formulations of BCN Advance range to achieve an integral dermal health.
The BCN Advanced Cocktails-Peptides line is a range of products whose principal components are the so-called new generation peptides which act in synergy with other advanced active ingredients, such as collagen, hyaluronic acid, vitamins etc., to achieve spectacular results for the skin and hair.
Peptides are molecules composed of a short chain of amino acids organized in a specific sequence which will determine their function inside the cell. Their principal function is intercellular communication, that is, acting as messengers in the different layers of the skin to transmit information between the cells, and so altering the way these cells function.
With age, the signals communicating instructions to the cells to repair themselves and produce collagen and elastin, which is what keeps the skin smooth, firm and young, are switched off. The main task of the peptides is to communicate new instructions to the cells to restart these activities.
To achieve this, the peptides act directly on the cell through specific receptors in the cell membrane, acting as antagonists or agonists of the cell mechanisms, modulating, controlling and regulating their biochemical functions.