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SynColl Benefits & Features

  • Visibly reduces the appearance of wrinkles in age-prone zones - botox-like.
  • Significantly reverses visible signs of photo-aging damage.
  • Rejuvenates and smoothens the skin.
  • Refines pore appearance.
  • Improves skin firmness and elasticity.
  • Improves skin texture.
  • Moisturizing, Protecting &restoring.
  • Bodifying and rejuvenating.
  • Anti-stretchmark.
  • Proven safe and effective.
  • Cold-processible. (DSM, syncoll)

SynColl Info:

INCI: Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 (and) Glycerin (and) Aqua

Also known as Palmitoyl-lysyl-valyl-lysine bistrifluoroacetate salt, Glycerin & Water (DSM, SYN®-COLL)

CAS Number: 623173-56-5, 56-81-5,7732-18-5

CosIng Information:

Appearance: Clear, colorless to yellowish viscous liquid

Odor: Characteristic

Dosage:1 ~ 3

Manufacturer: DSM Nutritoanl Products Ltd,Switzerland

Data Sheet :



Palmitoyl tripeptide-5 (Palmitoyl-Lysyl-Valyl-Lysine, Pal-Lys-Val-Lys-OH) is also called "tripeptide" or "collagen peptideCOLL-O2 ", the most widely used cosmetic peptide. Palmitoyl tripeptide-5 belongs to the signal peptide class and can promote the synthesis of collagen (I type, II types, and IV type) and the production of extracellular matrix protein by increasing the activity of stromal cells to make the skin looks young and elastic. Collagen can be added to cosmetics to help skin supplement collagen, improve facial elasticity and remarkably reduce facial wrinkles. Meanwhile, the skin care product has the characteristics of enhancing cell activity, increasing the skin’s water content, enhancing the skin luster, and improving the skin color.

In the prior art, more research reports about applying palmitoyl tripeptide-5 exist. As a result of research on the whitening efficacy and action mechanism of palmitoyl tripeptide-5 in the literature [ daily chemical industry, 2018,48(3),166-171], the palmitoyl tripeptide-5 can inhibit the generation of melanin in melanocytes by inhibiting tyrosinase activity and reducing mRNA levels of microphthalmia-associated transcription factor (MITF) and tyrosinase and can be applied to the field of cosmetics as a whitening additive. Chinese patent publication No. CN108619047A discloses an anti-aging cosmetic formulation and a preparation method, wherein one of the anti-aging components is palmitoyl tripeptide 5. Chinese patent with publication No. CN 107669564A discloses a skin care composition with repairing and regenerating, moisturizing, and delaying senility, wherein palmitoyl tripeptide-5 is one of the main components. Many reports of related research need to be listed here.

However, the literature on preparing palmitoyl tripeptide-5 in the prior art is scarce, and the practice of palmitoyl tripeptide-5 by a solid phase synthesis method is mentioned in U.S. Pat. No. 5, 2007099842, 1, but various protecting groups and deprotecting reagents are required, and the final yield is only 19%. Besides the method, this is the only method for preparing the palmitoyl tripeptide-5 reported at present. (CN201910789414.XA, 2020)


Bio scientific research. It is not obtained from animals. Palmitoyl tripeptide-5 is a laboratory peptide comprising three amino acids: lysine, valine, and lysyl.

Its three amino acids can penetrate deep into the epidermis and even the dermis. They work from the inside out to increase collagen production, allowing you to achieve better results faster than animal-derived collagen.

Palmitoyl tripeptide-5 acts on specific skin receptors and stimulates collagen production in our skin cells. It firms our skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It makes your skin look healthier and fresh.

Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 also interact with hyaluronic acid and elastin production system. The combined effect is increased water content, reduced skin wrinkling, and enhanced skin firmness.

Additionally, it supports the healthy functioning of the skin cells and helps remove toxins.

Our Product with SynColl

  • LIGHTENS & REJUVENATION: Dark Skin on the back, neck, knee & Elbows is very common. It’s a form of hyperpigmentation due to the accumulation of excess melanin. Sometimes these are associated with dryness. Skin Lightening Serum for Black Neck, Knee & Elbow not only lightens the colour of the affected area with the help of Glycolic Acid but also moisturizes the skin through enriched Glycolic Acid, Sodium Lactate. Neroli Essential Oil, Syn-Coll & Pro Vitamin B5 contributes to smooth, soft skin regenerating skin Collagen production & provides nourishing effects. 

  • ANTI-AGEING NIGHT CREAM Infused with a blend of Five Vital Vitamins & other Nutrients, this uniquely formulated, Non-Greasy, Anti-Ageing, Age Reversal Cream for Healthier and Radiant looking Skin. 
  • MOST STABLE VITAMIN C CREAM: AA2G Vitamin C is gradually converted into active Vitamin C in the skin, so it has a greater sustained effect than conventional Vitamin C Serums. Moreover, it is the form which is most penetrable through human skin. Inhibits production of melanin; Lightens Skin and improves pigmentation; Protects from skin damage caused by UV lights; Improves wrinkles and skin texture & moisture content  

SynColl Research Findings

Although a relative discovery, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is used in cosmetic formulations that aim to provide anti-aging benefits such as reducing fine lines and achieving smooth skin, especially for sensitive skin.

In-vitro studies have also shown that Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 can prevent collagen breakdown by avoiding the degradation pathway of Type 1 and Type 3 collagen in the skin. The studies also indicate that this synthetic peptide can boost collagen synthesis.

New products are also being developed using Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 and other raw ingredients to help reduce redness in Type 1 rosacea. The active complex inhibits stimulating inflammatory proteins known as cytokines in the human body.

Benefits of Syn-coll for Skin: (DSM, SYN®-COLL)

Visibly reduces the appearance of wrinkles in age-prone zones: -

SYN-Coll: Power Anti-aging with a Collagen-boosting Peptide

Skin aging, in particular when induced by chronic ultraviolet (UV) exposure, leads to degenerative changes in the skin. Ultraviolet light also increases metalloproteinase activity. This leads to collagen breakdown at a higher rate than just normal aging. The consequences are manifold, such as increased skin fragility, leathery skin appearance, and the formation of superficial fine wrinkles. If not taken care of, these fine lines become visible to others.

Consequently, anti-wrinkle products are the first choice if consumers want to reduce the appearance of wrinkles or to stave off the first signs of aging.

SYN-Coll, a small molecular synthetic peptide (see Figure 1), has been designed to prevent the formation of wrinkles and reduce their appearance. Peptides comprise amino acids, the major components of all living cells, including skin cells. Peptides are beneficial ingredients in cosmetic formulas; they help revitalize the skin and counter the effects of UV-induced premature aging.

Collagen represents the main component of the dermal connective tissue's Extracellular Matrix (ECM). Thrombospondin I (TSP) is a multifunctional protein that activates the latent but biologically inactive form of the Tissue Growth Factor (TGF-β), the crucial element in synthesizing collagen. Like TSP, our peptide molecule binds to latent TGF-β and initiates its activation to fully functional TGF-β (demonstration in vitro), as shown in Figure 2.

This innovative mechanism made our peptide a unique and specific TGF-β booster. It comprises the increase of collagen and simultaneously protects collagen from degradation through MMP inhibition (demonstration in vitro). Comprehensive clinical tests show strong results on the appearance of all types of age-related wrinkles (see Figure 3) and have confirmed their safety for cosmetic use.

Significantly reverses visible signs of photo-aging damage: -

It helps to slow down the skin aging process and reverses photo-aging damage. It offers a lifted, sculpted look and refines a pore appearance for smoother, younger-looking skin. Moreover, it offers improved skin firmness, elasticity, texture, and smoothness.

Rejuvenates and smoothens the skin: -

Delivers voluminous moisture deep into the skin, encouraging depleted cells to regain their fullness and improving the skin's overall appearance.

It is also thought that palmitoyl tripeptide-5 may interact with hyaluronic acid and elastin production systems. The combined effect of these characteristics is increased water content, improved appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and a thickening of the skin. Additionally, studies have suggested that it helps support the healthy functioning of the cells, improving toxin removal.

Refines pore appearance & improves skin texture: -

Pores play an essential role in the skin's health. They allow your skin to breathe, eliminate toxins, and cool off. As such, they keep the skin healthy. Pores are small openings of hair follicles on your skin. However, enlarged pores can be problematic. They can lead to bacteria build-up and clogging. Unclean and unhealthy pores can cause various skin conditions, including acne.

With aging, your skin’s ability to produce essential skin proteins called elastin and collagen reduces. This leads to the loss of skin elasticity, ultimately resulting in bigger pores, wrinkles, and saggy skin. Your pores contain sebaceous glands that produce oily, waxy sebum.

Ageless hydrates and replenishes your skin's suppleness, returning it to its natural plump fullness.

It targets the Nasolabial fold lines (the vertical parenthesis around the mouth), forehead lines, under-eye hollowness, and crow's feet by smoothing and filling in for a lipo-filling like-effect plus visibly improves the look of fine lines and wrinkles.

Improves skin firmness and elasticity: - 

Over time, your skin's elasticity will improve, leaving your skin looking and feeling firmer and lifted. In addition of it, syn-coll acts as a wrinkle filler to help smooth out pockets that have developed over time. As a result, your complexion will appear refreshed and significantly younger-looking.

Benefits of Syn-coll for Face:

Small molecular synthetic peptide designed to prevent the formation of wrinkles and reduce their appearance. It improves face skin texture, rejuvenates, and smooths the skin. (centechem).

In vitro:

  • Boosts collagen and protects it from degradation (+76%)

In vivo:

  • Reverse visible signs of photo-aging in just four weeks.
  • +7% Firmness improvement in just four weeks.
  • +5% Skin elasticity improvement in just four weeks.
  • Shows significant wrinkles reduction (12%).

Volunteers’ self-assessment:

  • 77% felt the firmness of their skin visibly improved.
  • 60% of volunteers noticed visible pore size reduction in just four weeks.

Benefits of Syn-coll for the Body:

Syn®-Coll is a synthetic peptide designed to stimulate the skin's natural mechanism to produce collagen. It is based on a small peptide developed to reduce any wrinkles. Clinical trials have shown that Syn®-Coll is capable of reducing and changing the style and aspect of wrinkles that add years to your appearance. (J.E. Murphy-Ullrich, 2000)

Syn®-Coll is helpful in anti-aging and wrinkle treatment products such as gels, serums, lotions, and creams.


  • Syn®-Coll stimulates collagen synthesis in your skin.
  • Syn®-Coll actively removes any wrinkles.
  • Syn®-Coll has, in addition,n skin firming and moisturizing properties.
  • Syn®-Coll has been clinically proven to be safe and effective.

Uses of Syn-coll:

How Peptides in Your Skin Care Work:

If peptides are already present within the body, why do we need more of them? The answer, according to experts, is aging. “We lose 1% of our remaining collagen per year after age 30,” says Dr. Robinson. “Our skin’s natural communication channels also slow down over time.”

But simply slathering peptides onto your skin doesn’t necessarily give you more of them. According to Dr. Bowe, their work is a little more complex: “Your body sees these peptides as ‘signals’ that you need to heal, which tells your body to produce more collagen where you need it most,” she explains. “If you are healing from an injury in your ankle, those peptides will signal your body to focus its repair efforts in that joint. If your skin is aging prematurely, those peptides might signal your skin to boost its production of collagen and even hyaluronic acid, plumping up your skin and restoring a healthy skin barrier. When you introduce exogenous peptides onto the skin as a moisturizer or serum, it tricks the skin into thinking there’s been an injury or wound and stimulates our collagen-boosting processes.”

Side effects and risks:

The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel, a group that reviews the safety of skincare and cosmetic ingredients, has reviewed the available data on palmitoyl oligopeptides and has determined that they are safe for use. There are no reported sensitivity, toxicity, or hormone disruption issues. However, palmitoyl tripeptide-5 is a relatively new ingredient. While there is a respectable amount of research on its effects, further information will be reviewed by the Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel. As they mentioned in their report, given the similarity in structure to other peptides in the body, they have the potential to interact with different pathways in the body.

Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is a new ingredient, and only some researchers are on it. But according to a skincare specialist, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is safe to use on any skin. It can’t react to your skin. There is no reported toxicity, allergy, sensitivity, and hormone disruption. If you have sensitive skin, you may respond to anti-aging creams. Your everyday skin reactions are redness, itching, and stinging at the application site. If you suffer from any of these side effects, you should rush to your dermatologist to see whether palmitoyl tripeptide is the main culprit and if you can apply an alternate.

The only disadvantage:

The only disadvantage of this synthetic product is that it needs to be better researched. Many researchers are ongoing to prove its authenticity. (EBLOUIR GROUP, 2021)

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What are palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 and glycerin and aqua?

A. Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 (and) Glycerin (and) Aqua. SYN® -COLL by DSM acts as an anti-aging, anti-wrinkle, and rejuvenating agent. It is a preservative-free, patented, synthetic tri-peptide with a unique sequence that imitates the human body's mechanism to produce collagen via TGF-β.

  • What does palmitoyl tripeptide 5 do for the skin?

A. Palmitoyl tripeptide-5 acts on specific skin receptors and stimulates collagen production in our skin cells. It firms our skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It makes your skin look healthier and fresh.

  • What do Tripeptides do for your skin?

A. Tripeptides are most commonly used for improving the look of aging signs in the skin, particularly on delicate areas such as the neck. Regular use allows fine lines and wrinkles to appear smoother and improve elasticity.

  • Do peptides make your skin glow?

A.Topical peptides send signals to your skin cells to generate more collagen and elastin - vital ingredients for hydrated, youthful-looking skin. To prevent moisture loss while locking in hydration, elastin is an essential protein that works with collagen to deliver that timeless, coveted, youthful glow.

  • Is it better to use peptides at night?

A. Often, you can use it: Polypeptides should be applied during morning and nighttime skincare routines for maximum effectiveness. Getting a facial peel before applying peptide products may help peptides penetrate the skin more deeply.

  • Do peptides lift skin?

A. These peptides signal your skin to enter repair mode and produce more collagen and elastin—two proteins responsible for keeping skin smooth and firm.” When your skin has more collagen elastin, you'll see fewer fine lines and wrinkles, more petite-looking pores, and a more lifted and contoured appearance.

  • How long do peptides take to work on the skin?

A. 2 - 3 weeks 

Introducing peptides into topical skincare helps to provide the building blocks for maintaining structural proteins like collagen in the skin. Consistent use of peptides can start showing noticeable results within 2 - 3 weeks.

  • Can I use peptides every day?

A. It's safe to use your peptide serum twice a day, but once a day is usually enough. This depends on how often you use it with the skin conditions you're trying to address, your regimen, and how quickly you want to see the final results. Often, daily use can help you see results faster in 3 months.

  • What are the adverse effects of peptides?

A. The peptide hormone abuse can cause motor paralysis, skeletal muscle damage and loss, diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, arterial hypertension, sweating, headaches, and vomiting and enhances the risk for atherosclerosis, thrombosis, osteoporosis, and cancer.

  • When should I apply peptides to my face?

A. The key to using peptide serum is to apply it to freshly washed skin. So, after you've used your cleanser. After you've washed and exfoliated your face and neck area, apply your toner, then the peptide serum according to the instructions on the label. Next, you should apply a moisturizer.

  • Are peptides or vitamin C better for the skin?

A. While peptides do not address acne or rosacea directly, they can assist with the redness and inflammation from acne scarring. In summary, vitamin C is an incredibly effective preventative because of its unique ability to scavenge free radicals.

  • Are peptides better than retinol?

A. Retinol improves collagen synthesis in the skin, but often at the expense of skin dryness, inflammation, and sun sensitivity. Peptides are generally more gentle and moisturizing than retinol and, therefore a better choice for those with a more sensitive skin type.

  • Do collagen peptides make you look younger?

A. Collagen is an essential protein that keeps your tissues and bones together. Specifically for your skin, collagen helps give your skin structure and elasticity, or that famous “bounce.” So, in theory, boosting your skin's collagen levels — or preventing its loss — would help you look younger.

  • How long does it take for collagen peptides to start working?

A. Most people will generally see a benefit after taking 10 grams of collagen peptides daily for 4-12 weeks. However, keep in mind that this will vary from person to person. Most importantly, ensure to eat a healthy, balanced diet rich in whole foods to reap the most benefit from your collagen supplement.

  • Do peptides improve skin texture?

A. PEPTIDES HELP EVEN OUT SKIN TONE AND TEXTURE. When collagen production increases, skin becomes plumper, more transparent and healthier—and skin texture and tone become evened out.

  • Do peptides remove dark spots?

A. This helps reduce the appearance of dark spots or hyperpigmentation, including age spots, acne scars, and other types of skin discoloration. ¹ If you have an uneven or dull complexion, copper peptides can help you get closer to a brighter and more even skin tone.

  • At what age should you use peptides?

A. When and how to use skincare ingredients

The ideal age to start using

How often



Every other day, usually evening.

AHA peels


No more than twice a week.

Copper peptide


Daily: morning or evening.


Any time.

Daily: morning.

  • Can I use peptides every night?

A. Generally, however, polypeptides are safe to use twice daily. It's also recommended that you opt for a peptide product that can be left on the skin, such as a cream or serum.

  • What are the side effects of peptides for skin care?

A. Peptides for Skincare Side Effects

These side effects can include skin sensitivity, rash, and itching. To avoid this, patch-test your skincare before trying a new product to ensure your skin won't react to a Peptide-infused product.

  • Do peptides work?

A. Peptides are sold in dietary supplements, including pills or protein shakes. They claim to help you build muscle, boost weight and fat loss, and help with muscle recovery. But there's little direct evidence to back up most of these statements. And it's unclear how well your body can absorb peptides from supplements.

  • Can you put moisturizer over peptides?

A. Peptides work excellently alongside other ingredients, like hyaluronic acids and vitamin C. Additionally, you may consider pairing harsh skin products, such as retinol, with a peptide moisturizer to build the skin's barrier back up. Therefore, there's no need to throw away your expansive skincare collection!

  • Do peptides cause sagging skin?

A. Peptides are key in making elastin fibers, a type of protein needed for enhancing skin elasticity and firmness. Regular use of peptides can make the skin look firmer and reduces sagging skin.

  •  What are better peptides or hyaluronic acid?

A. Copper-based products are available in lotions, creams, serums, and masks. Copper peptide is superior to hyaluronic acid as it provides multiple benefits to your skin, but hyaluronic aits a moisturizer.

  • Do peptides have side effects?

A. Reported side effects of peptides and hormones to include Water retention. Numbness of the hands and feet. Increased tiredness.

  • Do peptides help pigmentation?

A. Reduce pigmentation and age spots
By blocking this pathway, the peptide makes it much harder for melanogenesis to start. Doing so helps reduce the development of pigmentation, uneven skin tone, and dark spots.

  • What not to mix with peptides?

A. When it comes to layering peptides with other effective skin ingredients, there are some popular ones that should be avoided.

  • Retinol.
  • Tretinoin.
  • Vitamin C.
  • AHAs/ BHAs such as glycolic acid and salicylic acid.

  • How do peptides affect the brain?

A. This peptide is a memory booster that aides in optimal learning. It increases Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which can help with depressive emotions and eases anxiety. This is accomplished by altering the expression of specific genes and changing the immune system’s response.

  • Why are peptides good for the skin?

A. Peptides, however, are amino acids that can penetrate the skin barrier and aid in your body's natural collagen production from the inside out. Your body requires peptides to produce collagen and elastin, keeping skin firm and youthful.

  • What is palmitoyl tripeptide-5 made of?

A. What is Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5? Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is a synthetic peptide formed by linking the amino acids Lysine-Valine-Lysine together. Peptides are chains of amino acids linked together, and amino acids are building blocks of protein.

  • Is palmitoyl tripeptide-5 palm oil?

A. Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is made from sustainable palm oil and amino acids and is suitable for use by vegetarians and vegans – reassuring for those wishing to avoid products using collagen from animal sources.

  • Is palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 safe?

A. Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is a new ingredient, and there are few researchers on it. But according to a skincare specialist, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is safe to use on any skin. It can't react to your skin. There are no reported issues of any toxicity, allergy, sensitivity, and hormone disruption.

  • What is the difference between tripeptide and peptide?

A. A peptide is the name assigned to short polymers of amino acids. They are classified by the number of amino acid units in the chain, called amino acid residues. Tripeptides have three amino acid residues, while tetrapeptides have four.

  • Is palmitoyl tripeptide-5 natural?

A. Palmitoyl tripeptide is a new peptide that has recently been discovered. These compounds occur naturally in our body, but due to their popularity as an anti-aging effect; many skincare companies are creating them synthetically in the lab to provide greater control over the effects.

  • Is palmitoyl tripeptide-5 palm oil?

A. Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is made from sustainable palm oil and amino acids and is suitable for use by vegetarians and vegans – reassuring for those wishing to avoid products using collagen from animal sources.

  • What is palmitoyl made from?

A. Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7 is a synthetic peptide composed of glutamine, glycine, arginine, and proline amino acids.

  • What is tripeptide called?

A. The simplest tripeptide is glycine. In scientific investigations, the dominant tripeptide is glutathione (γ-L-Glutamyl-L-cysteinyl glycine), which serves many roles in many life forms.

  • Who discovered peptides?

A. Emil Fischer is considered to be the founding father of the field of peptide chemistry and the originator of the term peptide. At the beginning of the 20th century, Fischer clearly envisioned when a protein would be synthesized.

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