Epidermal Growth Factor {EGF}

EGF or Epidermal Growth Factor

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Scientific Name: {Epidermal Growth Factor, rh-Oligopeptide-1}
Common Name: {EGF}

Most men and women want to maintain or achieve a more youthful appearance. Younger appearance results in more confidence. The skin often ages more quickly the mind and the rest of the body. When a person has a young, healthy complexion, their personality and outlook may be better than one who looks tired or has sagging, wrinkled skin. A significant portion of the skin care industry is dedicated to finding the best ways to topically reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots, without the most extreme measures of surgery or injections.

This is where epidermal growth factor comes in. Unlike other products which try to improve the appearance of skin through artificial means, by abnormally plumping the cells or paralyzing the muscles beneath the skin, epidermal growth factor works to speed up the growth of skin cells, while helping to slough off dead and dying cells, reveal a more vibrant, young-looking complexion.

Epidermal growth factor works with the body’s natural skin renewal cycle, to speed it up, to ensure that new skin cells are on the surface of the skin.

As we age, our skin becomes far less able to produce new cells. Their substances that produce energy and regulate the regeneration cycle, breakdown. The body is no longer able to replace it adequately. This means that dead and decaying cells from the top layer of our skin. They are deflated and dilapidated, settling into wrinkles and prolonging the appearance of blemishes and discoloration.

Other anti-aging products claim to fill in fine lines and wrinkles, but only epidermal growth factor claims to rev up your skin’s natural cell turnover, returning it to the same cycle the occurs early in life when skin is naturally clear and vibrant. The faster that cells can grow and replace other skin cells as they die, the more even and youthful skin will look.

It's recommended that women who use exfoliating treatments invest in a product containing epidermal growth factor, as it helps skin to regenerate and replace the cells that are buffed away during those treatments. Anyone looking to improve the look and feel of their complexion quickly, without more extreme treatments, can benefit from an application of epidermal growth factor. Women who are prone to blemishes and pimples will find that epidermal growth factor helps to restore healthy skin to deficient areas efficiently and effectively.
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