Lupine Peptides


What does this mean?

Inci:Aqua, Hydrolyzed Lupine Protein, Phenoxyethanol, Citric Acid, Sorbic Acid

Helps to promote and maintain healthy skin and is especially good for skin that has lost its tone and become loose.


A clear, light yellow to orange brown liquid with a characteristic odour.
It is an extract taken from the seeds of the sweet white lupin.
The lupins are grown in sustainable farming projects in the South West of France and the extract is taken by using a patented bio-enzymatic process.
The whole lupin plant is considered to be an important source of molecules for cosmetic and nutritional products.
Lupine Peptides is a blend of penta- and hexa- peptides.
Can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, giving the skin a more youthful look.

There are over 200 genus within the Lupin family and they have been used in one form or another since the Ancient Egyptians.


Skin Care
Supports and maintains healthy skin.
Excellent for firming masks and night creams.
Use in serums to target specific areas of the skin.
Helps to protect the dermal matrix.
This would be of great benefit when used in daily body lotions, prior to sun exposure.
Hair Care
No direct hair care usage other than toning the scalp.
Use 0.5% to 2%. Water soluble so cannot be added to oil only products.
It is heat sensitive so add it when the temperature is under 40°C or during stage 3 (cool down stage) when making creams and lotions.
Combine in a cream or lotion with Camellia Seed Oil which also increases the elasticity of the skin.
Use in combination with Hylaluronic Acid Gel to help plump up the skin which will help diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Blend with Eco Marine Algae Extract in anti aging serums.


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