Epidermal Growth Factor

The EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) we use is a high-tech lab created, vegan-sourced age-prevention ingredient that supports cell renewal and wound repair. It has potent regenerating properties, making it valuable for age prevention and age reversal of the skin. EGF is a vital protein found in the fibroblast cells of the dermal layer, and it works to stimulate cells to produce collagen. EGF accelerates the healing of skin, increases the rate of skin renewal, and will help slow down skin thinning, which occurs during the aging process. As an essential part of skin regeneration when trauma has taken place, EGF works by attracting cells to a wound site to begin the repair process. The vital protein is released by platelets during the inflammation stage of healing, then attracts cells to the injured area. These responsive cells, known as osteoblasts, process EGF, speeding up wound-healing, allowing the skin to repair itself evenly and quickly.

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Epidermal Growth Factor
As rated by the Environmental Working Group — Learn More 

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) provides information on personal care product ingredients from the published scientific literature, to supplement incomplete data available from companies and the government. This score (1) indicates the lowest level of concern when exposed to Epidermal Growth Factor.