One Simple Step for Younger Looking Skin – EGF
Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) in skin care activates the body's natural healing power to the degree that many call this remarkable peptide a natural “beauty factor”.
Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) in skin care activates the body’s natural healing power to the degree that many call this remarkable peptide a natural “beauty factor”. Since the discovery of EGF and its role in cell growth, researchers have been enthusiastic about it as an ingredient in top anti-aging and skin rejuvenation formulations. Scientific studies provide evidence that EGF in harmony with cytokines and other growth factors help halt the aging process.
DECREASED EPIDERMAL CELL TURNOVER AND REDUCED COLLAGEN PRODUCTION MAKE SKIN LOOK OLDER
To better understand the effects of EGF in skin rejuvenation, let’s look to the normal aging process of skin. When you’re young, skin cells proliferate faster. Rapidly replacing cells are what give the skin its youthful radiance. Also, collagen and elastin fibers are well maintained in youth. These structural elements display as elasticity, resilience and plumpness.
With age, the rate of cell proliferation decreases. This results in skin thinning. Collagen production also drops, which leads to the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Damaged elastin fibers make skin sag.
HOW DOES EGF INDUCE SKIN REJUVENATION?
Continuous use of EGF diminishes wrinkles and age lines
EGF is in Colostrum, and taking four capsules of Colostrum a day can have a remarkable effect on the youthful appearance of your skin. The primary action of EGF is to promote cell growth by re-energizing a fading cellular mechanisms and by stimulating the cellular regeneration process. Once in your system, EGF increases proliferation of epidermal cells and induces collagen production in the dermal layer. This diminishes wrinkles and age lines. Gradually, skin returns to smoothness, vibrancy and youthful allure.
ARE THERE OTHER USES OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR IN SKIN CARE?
EGF can accelerate the wound healing process
The EGF in Colostrum can be used as a helpful attendant to cosmetic dermatology and surgical procedures. It has been demonstrated that EGF soothes irritated skin and can also accelerate wound healing.