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The founding of Epidermal Growth Factors (EGF) in 1986 was the catalyst to understanding how cells communicate with one another during cellular growth. This was a ground-breaking discovery for skin rejuvenation, particularly for the skin care formulators who recognized the power of EGF.

EGF is an age-prevention ingredient that supports cell renewal and wound repair. It has potent regeneration 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. As EGF is applied to the skin, tissue regeneration begins. The protein supports cell renewal by assisting in the synthesis of proteins and increases circulation, mitosis, the number of fibroblasts, the accumulation of collagen and blood vessel formation in addition to reversing the harmful effects of UV.

(Source: Skin Inc.)

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