Why do you need to incorporate a growth factor product into your skin care regime?
Scientists calculate that free radicals account for approximately 90% of perceived skin aging – including wrinkles, roughness, mottled pigmentation and loss of elasticity (referred to as photo-aging). These free radicals include UV Light, stress, smoking, environment and pollution. This photoaging produces a wound that does not heal completely thus resulting in a line or a wrinkle.
Growth Factors are Proteins that promote the growth, organisation and maintenance of cells and tissues. Topical growth factors can help reverse photodamage. Topical growth factors and cytokines assist the skin in healing the epidermis by increasing collagen and elastin, improving skin tone and texture, Improving the appearance of fine line and wrinkles.
Growth Factors work on LOCAL tissue by aiding in growth, healing and regeneration.
Extrinsic and intrinsic aging produce a chronic wound that does not heal completely
Growth factors and cytokines essential for wound healing are crucial for the reversal of photoaging
Replenishing insufficient growth factors and cytokines in skin can induce remodelling and correction of accumulated “defects” of photoaging
The body over time loses the ability to complete the healing process, resulting in: