KrX Aesthetics Green Sea Peel Got An Upgrade - by Kin Aesthetics

KrX Aesthetics Green Sea Peel Got An Upgrade

Posted by Sarah Kinsler-Holloway on

(a special thank you to Tasha Hetke from @Native2Nature for letting us use her photos)

True to Korean innovation, KrX Aesthetics has upgraded their Green Sea Peel formula to now contain Growth Factors. 

If you're not familiar with spicules, and their resurfacing capabilities, definitely check out this past blog

But, onto the new formula which contains a plethora of ingredients which will support fibroblast activity, and will help brighten the overall complexion.

Alright, lets get nerdy...

Beta-Glucan

Beta glucan (β-glucan) is a polysaccharide derived from yeast, fungi, oat and barley grains.  It's known for its incredible healing properties, and research has shown it's 20% more hydrating than hyaluronic acid. 

Copper Tripeptide-1

Shown to stimulate collagen synthesis, and increase protein in the skin, Copper Tripeptide-1 is an amazing addition to the Green Sea Peel formula.  It has unique wound healing capabilities, and helps neutralize free radical damage.

Acetyl Hexapeptide-8

Also known as Botox in a bottle, Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 is a peptide which is a fragment of SNAP-25, a substrate of botulinum toxin.  What this means is, it's a neurotransmitter-inhibiting peptide which works to interrupt cell to cell communication responsible for muscle movement.  

Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4

Also known as Matrixyl, this well researched peptide is involved in the acitvation of certain genes responsible for extracellular matrix renewal and cell proliferation.


Here's why these new additions are so exciting.....

Spicules act as a transepidermal delivery system.  They create microchannels in the skin due to their barb-like structure, and this enables these amazing peptides to travel deep within the skin.  This increases fibroblast activity and helps support cell regeneration.

If you haven't tried the Green Sea Peel, there is training offered on our site.  

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  • Hi! I’m new here and have a question ( I’m sure many questions). I just read what Beta-Glucan is and noticed it has some ingredients that might have gluten in them. Is it gluten free? Are your products gluten free? Thank you!

    Megan on
  • Interested to know more

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