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GlowPeptide Protocol

Glow Peptide Protocol
Peptide Programs

Glow Peptide Protocol

If you’re looking for a way to improve the health and appearance of your skin, our Glow peptide may be a good option for you. This blend of BPC-157, TB-500, and Copper helps to reverse the signs of aging and gives your skin a boost, resulting in a more youthful appearance.


GHK-Cu is a naturally occurring copper complex that was first identified in human plasma. Copper peptides are small, naturally occurring protein fragments that have a high affinity for copper ions, which are critical to normal body function. GHK-Cu has a variety of roles in the human body including promoting activation of wound healing, attracting immune cells, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, stimulating collagen and glycosaminoglycan synthesis in skin fibroblasts, and promoting blood vessel growth. There is evidence that GHK-Cu acts as a feedback signal that is generated after tissue injury. It seems to act as a potent protector of tissue and an anti-inflammatory agent that controls the oxidative damage that occurs post-tissue injury.


Pentadecapeptide BPC 157 is a partial sequence of the body protection compound (BPC) that is found in human gastric juice. This peptide has been shown to accelerate the healing of various wounds, including tendon-to-bone and ligament damage. Clinical studies have demonstrated the superiority of BPC 157 in healing compared to other methods.


Thymosin is a hormone secreted from the thymus that helps stimulate the production of T cells, which are an important part of the immune system. Thymosin also assists in the development of B cells to plasma cells so they can produce antibodies. The most common form of Thymosin is called Thymosin Beta 4. It’s a member of a family of proteins that help store actin monomers. In addition to its role in storing actin, Thymosin Beta 4 also plays a role in tissue repair. Tβ4 has been shown to help protect, regenerate and remodel damaged tissues. The gene for Tβ4 is often one of the first to be upregulated after injuries.

  • All peptides ship on ice and must be refrigerated upon being received.
  • Inject subcutaneously into the abdomen or buttocks in the morning. 5 days on and 2 days off.