Growth factors

EGF epidermal growth factor

Source: bio-fermentation (produced from bacteria)
EGF is produced by modern bioengineering method-fermentation, using glucose as raw material. It has the same molecular structure and biological activity as EGF secreted naturally by human body. It can promote the epidermis cell growth, thus can be applied in anti-wrinkle and anti-aging. In addition, it can also brighten the skin and remove wrinkles. EGF participates in skin regeneration through stimulation, proliferation and migration of keratinocyte, endothelial cells and fibroblasts.

FGF fibroblast growth factor

Source: bio-fermentation (produced from bacteria)
FGF is produced by modern bioengineering method-fermentation, using glucose as raw material. It has the same molecular structure and biological activity as FGF secreted naturally by human body.
FGF (basic and acidic forms) stimulate the growth and mitogenesis of fibroblast cells. FGF participates in skin regeneration by increasing the production of collagen and elastin in fibroblast cells. Basic FGF (FGF-2) in particular activates also the synthesis of hyaluronic acid.

IGF1 insuline like growth factor

Source: bio-fermentation (produced from bacteria)
Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-I), one of the body’s many growth factors. Insulin-like growth factors are substances that promote growth in the muscles. IGF-I regulates the anabolic effects. It goes to the muscles and ligaments where it develops lean tissue. By traveling to the fat cells, IGF-I burns fat. Subsequently, it increases lean body mass and decreases fat. Increases lean body mass, helping you burn fat, and builds up physical endurance. It increases protein synthesis, which in turn prompts tissue repair and accelerates skin recovery after aesthetic procedures. At the dermal level IGF-a helps to restore the phospholipid profile of the skin, it has a synergic effect with EGF on skin regeneration. IGF-1 increases the synthesis of hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan by fibroblasts.

VEGF vascular endothelial growth factor

Source: bio-fermentation (produced from bacteria)
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor stimulate new blood vessel formation. VEGF, which stimulates vasculogenesis and angiogenesis, is one of the most important proangiogenic factors in the skin. VEGF is present at high levels in cutaneous wounds, and multiple cells types, including keratinocytes, macrophages, and fibroblasts that produce VEGF in response to injury. The importance of VEGF in the repair process is well documented, especially as a proangiogenic factor. In hair growth stimulation VEGF creates new blood vessels to improve blood supply to hair follicle that increase nutrient feeding.

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