WE PERSEVERED AND WE OFFER OUR NEWEST FORMULA WITH A VERY HIGH CONCENTRATION OF EGF!
In 1986, Stanley Cohen received the Nobel Prize for his work elucidating the role of the epidermal growth factor (EGF) in the regulation of cell growth and development. EGF is a growth factor that plays an important role in the regulation of cell growth, cell proliferation, and differentiation. As with all growth factors, it is a small protein. EGF acts by binding to specific receptors on the cell surface, starting a cascade of very organized molecular events; including increased intracellular calcium concentration, energy production, and protein synthesis.
When applied topically they actually regenerate your skin—especially sun damaged, aged, and sun-burned skin. "We see damaged skin in our skin clinic and see the repair process with clients that start on our EGF Miracle Creme! When the skin has been damaged, EGF's work by attracting cells to a wound site. Thus triggering our bodies ability to heal, accelerating and promoting skin tissue repair and regeneration and stimulating collagen production.
“Wound healing” may sound a little intense, but all the term “wound” refers to is skin that’s not as healthy as it used to be (a.k.a. skin that’s showing signs of aging). EGF's help reverse harmful effects of UV rays by promoting the growth of new cells, which replace the cells injured by ultraviolet radiation. Since EGF's go straight to “injured” skin they’re especially effective when used after peels, microdermabrasion, micro-
By using anti-aging skincare products that include growth factors, and combining them with at-home exfoliation and micro-needling, or skin treatments from a Licensed Esthetician you can significantly stop or even reverse skin aging. That’s because it’s not only the topical EGFs that are working, but your bodies own growth factors as well. The result is smoother, firmer, younger-looking skin!