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Trend Alert: Growth Factors

Trend Alert: Growth Factors

Posted by kelly ozmon on 02-19-2021

What’s the hottest thing in skincare right now? Possibly growth factors.

Specifically we’re talking about Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF). You may have become accustomed to seeing these acronyms on the bottles and jars of your favorite brands.

Well, we hope so anyway, because Joli Visage Skincare uses this active and has been for years. Way back in the early days we took pride in getting the cutting edge power of EGF to customers all over the world at prices that normal people could afford.

Now there is a lot more awareness about these great products. But what do growth factors do, and what makes them desirable?

Epidermal Growth Factor occur naturally in your body. They are components of your skin, components of the cells that make up your skin really, and they instruct your cells how to behave.

Epidermal Growth Factor tells the cells of your skin to reproduce. Keep in mind that this does not mean that EGF reproduces cells. Instead, it sends a signal to the cells in your body to begin that vital work.

Why does any of that matter?

Well, as we age our body’s ability to produce these factors reduces, like many of the chemical stores in your body. As time takes its toll, your body essentially begins to “turn off” systems that it deems less than vital. This means that EGF decreases.

But never fear, the receptors that exist inside your cells to hear the messages sent by growth factors are still there, ready to receive them. All you have to do is apply tiny amounts of growth factors topically, and your body will begin putting cells to work that have been dormant in this capacity for years.

Our clients experience absolutely outrageous results in the realms of diminishing wrinkles (EGF) and improving hair growth (KGF). Now these results don’t come overnight. And they only work if the actives can get in touch with the porous membrane of your skin! This is pretty easy if you are using EGF to kickstart skin renewal on your hands, arms and face