EGFs (Epidermal Growth Factors) are proteins present in our body with tissue repair and regeneration functions. Their great regenerative power has spread from medicine to aesthetics, since they are capable of restoring firmness, elasticity, density and smoothness to the skin.
Thus, at the epidermal level, EGFs increase cell renewal and, at the dermal level, they promote the production of collagen, elastin and natural hyaluronic acid.
However, from the age of thirty, its natural production is reduced by 50%. In addition, exposure to UV rays accelerates its decline, slowing down skin renewal.
For this reason, Segle Clinical, the high-end cosmeceutical brand specialized in serums, launches the Skin Factor intensive anti-aging serum which, thanks to the regenerative power of its complete EGF-rich formulation, manages to renew the skin, while stimulating the synthesis of collagen to improve elasticity, firmness and radiance.
Its biotechnological assets are conveyed in the most advanced pharmaceutical forms, which have a sustained release effect over time.
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Its method of use is very simple. It should be applied in the morning and/or at night on clean skin alone or before Skin Factor cream or usual treatment and especially after aggressive treatments such as peelings, photoepilation, microdermabrasion, overexposure to the sun, etc.
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