It started with centuries of Carribbean lore, and has culminated after decades of scientific research as a major advancement in anti-aging skin science.  Present in the venom of the native Blue Scorpion is a powerful peptide that can be ethically extracted and safely used to super-charge cosmetic formulations.  MRVL has pioneered this discovery and is the first to introduce it in luxurious, highly-efficacious skin care. 

After years of extensive research and for the first time ever in luxury skincare, MRVL® SKIN SOLUTIONS is introducing our proprietary Blue Scorpion Peptide, a combination of amino acids, proteins, enzymes, and antioxidants that deliver transformative results for your skin. Our high-performing breakthrough peptide harnesses the anti-aging power of blue scorpion venom, an ingredient no other company has been able to implement into their products.


Throughout history, the term scorpion has been seen as a mythical  “defender” and “intense protector.”It has come to symbolize the unity of life and death, strength, serenity, and dignity in popular cultures around the world.

These precious gems are native to the Caribbean, they possess a venom that for centuries was believed to have important medicinal uses.  After decades of researching this natural phenomenon, scientists discovered a peptide contained in the venom that has powerful properties in multiple applications. Today, Blue Scorpion venom is the most expensive liquid in the world.

MRVL Skin Solutions has harnessed this peptide to create its proprietary skincare technology, featuring luxurious formulations that are clinically proven to help reverse the appearance of aged and damaged skin and impart a more youthful, glowing complexion. 


  1. Stimulates collagen production: Peptides include amino acids that stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, essential proteins that are responsible for giving the skin a smooth, youthful appearance and restore skin’s vitality and offer antioxidant benefits to prevent further signs of aging.
  2. Increases absorption: Our Blue Scorpion Peptide serves as a catalyst for active ingredient absorption through hyaluronidase, an enzyme that increases the efficacy of the other skin compounds in our peptide.


  1. MRVL has identified a new peptide within the venom, which has been registered with the  International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients Board and has been given the INCI name  “Blue Scorpion Venom.” Our trade name is Blue Scorpion Peptide. The Blue Scorpion Peptide  has been studied for it benefits and the following has been established scientifically:  


Blue Scorpion Peptide is rich in proteins and enzymes such as hyaluronidase, a glucosidase enzyme that serves as a delivery mechanism to effectively and efficiently does the skin with the other beneficial skin compounds contained in the formulation. 

Essentially, Hyaluronidase is a “rocket ship” for key active ingredients and helps increase speed, penetration, and product absorption for maximum results.

  1. Hyaluronidase acts as a catalyst to stimulate and support a more immediate delivery of our key active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, retinol, and arnica.
  2. Hyaluronic acid is degraded by hyaluronidase through a mechanism of breaking the glucosaminidase bond and stimulating tissue absorption in the area. The destruction of this bond changes the structure of the dermis and thus allows our product to penetrate and absorb the residual by-products.* (see source below)


Many individual compounds found in our Blue Scorpion Peptide contain antioxidant properties that are essential in protecting the skin from further signs of aging as well as free radical damage.

  1. Blue Scorpion Peptide’s antioxidant-rich qualities help protect skin against free radical damage that may contribute to skin aging, dehydration, and a compromised skin barrier.
  2. The peptide boosts hydration, supports skin barrier function, and restores the skin’s elasticity and firmness. 



Definition of hyaluronidase: a mucolytic enzyme that facilitates the spread of fluids through tissues by lowering the viscosity of hyaluronic acid.

*Hyaluronic acid responds to hyaluronidase through a mechanism of breaking the glucosaminidase bond of the HA product and stimulating tissue absorption in the area. The destruction of this bond changes the molecular structure, or the moiety, of the product’s cohesiveness and thus allows the product to be infiltrated by the body’s own process for absorption of the residual by-products as a result of the dispersion ( Kassir, Kolluru, & Kassir,  2011).