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What are EGFs in cosmetics?

EGFs are all the rage today. But what exactly are they?

EGF is short for Epidermal Growth Factors. These are a specific type of peptide, a 53 amino acid polypeptide chain. Peptides are touted as the greatest breakthrough in skincare anti-aging. Still, only a handful of peptide chains have been studied clinically and proven scientifically to significantly reduce wrinkles and sagging skin while improving the skin’s hydration.

EGFs are one of those handfuls, and they are miraculous!

Unlike ingredients like Retinol, which promotes the turnover of the primary type of cell in your epidermis, EGFs work by targeting the formation of cells that produce collagen and elastin and strengthen your skin barrier. It is a completely different anti-aging strategy, and it’s one of the most successful strategies clinically.

The 2009 Journal of Drugs in Dermatology studies the use of EGFs, and there it is theorized.

‘When EGFs are applied to the skin in high concentrations, a tiny fraction of them interact with the topmost layers of the skin and initiates a communication chain that leads to stimulation of dermal fibroblasts, sparking collagen growth.’

EGF products manipulate the surface cells of your skin to signal the collagen cells ‘LET’S GO! WE NEED MORE GROWTH FACTORS!’ This command jumpstarts cell turnover and more robust growth-factor production, which then triggers more collagen creation down below the surface. The results? Tighter, smoother, younger-looking skin.

Beauty Med Dermo Cosmetics in France manufactures my absolute favorite EGF products. These are affordable, premium, result-oriented, medical-grade skincare products.

Beauty Med EGF Serum

Beauty Med EGF Serum

Beauty Med EGF Day Cream

Beauty Med EGF Day Cream

Beauty Med EGF Cream Mask

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