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Question regarding Alphaderma CE and compatibility
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Sun Apr 24, 2005 10:31 am      Reply with quote
I am anxious to recieve my first order of Alphderma should arrive this week. One question though....I am currently using Estee Lauder Perfectionist CP and am very pleased with the product (fine lines around eyes greatly diminished after one week of use) I am, however, a skin care "junkie" and just had to order the Alphaderma CE. Are these two products compatible. Specifically, will the copper peptides in the Estee Lauder product interfere with the Alphaderma ingredients. I do not plan to use them simultaneously?
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Sun Apr 24, 2005 10:41 am      Reply with quote
I'll leave the answers on the Alpha Derma compatibility to Winnie and the other experts. But, I did want to mention one thing regarding the Estee Lauder Pefectionist CP. I agree that its a nice product, but the CP it refers to is NOT a copper peptide. I assumed thats what it was as well, but I'm told that the CP+ stands for poly-collagen peptide, which is a different variety of peptide...

(A peptide is actually a short chunk of protein, made up of a chain of amino acids. Dermatological studies have shown that peptides can help boost skin's natural collagen production. Copper peptides represent one variety....)
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Sun Apr 24, 2005 11:40 am      Reply with quote
Hi belledivine67,

May I suggest that for the first couple of week you stick with the AlphaDerma program. After that you can gradually add the product you mentioned and see how it goes. Please remember that CP's and C should not be used at the same time. AlphaDerma has 5% C. If you decide you still want to use your product try using it in the AM and AlphaDerma line in the PM.

Please email or PM me if you need help once you get AlphaDerma.

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