EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) is a naturally occurring biological agent that is present in our skin and it’s primary role is to assist wound healing whenever the skin is injured. Although the actual process by which EGF does this is very complicated; in lay persons terms it is essentially a signalling device that sends a message to the repair mechanisms in our skin to congregate at the site of the injury and get to work repairing the damage.
But, according to clinical trials, EGF based serums abilities go beyond repairing injured skin. EGF has the ability to promote skin cell regeneration.
As we age, the rate at which our skin renews itself declines alarmingly. In youth our skin can replace itself every 28 days or so; by our 40’s the rate of renewal might have slowed to 50 days, and this rate of renewal continues to slow as we get older. The consequence is a gradual thinning of the skin, and reduced levels of collagen and elastin, leading to the formation of wrinkles and a loss of firmness and elasticity.
EGF stimulates skin cell regeneration leading to a faster renewal, and an increase in collagen and elastin – all of which leads to a more youthful complexion.
Sensor EGF Serum incorporates fully therapeutic levels of epidermal growth factor in a hyaluronic acid base.