EGF Skin Benefits
JIN XIA ZHONG
The world of skincare is full of innovative technologies and ingredients. With a list of ingredients that is sky high and ever-growing, sometimes it can feel overwhelming trying to find the right product for you.
This article is about the revolutionary ingredient that every true beauty enthusiast and skincare novice should know. Introducing EGF.
Here's what you need to know
EGF stands for Epidermal Growth Factor
Discovered during the 1980s
Is now used for the bio-engineering of artificial organs.
Is a natural healing solution found in human skin and goat milk
Stimulates skin receptors to deliver a message and increase the production of cells.
Works best after exfoliating the skin.
The effect is rejuvenated skin and a smooth, glowing complexion.
Goat's Milk Magic Collection is infused with goat milk extract, which contain EGF proteins.
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What is EGF you might ask?
First of all, EGF stands for Epidermal Growth Factor. It was first discovered during the 1980s by biochemists Stanley Cohen and Dr Rita Levi-Montalcini. This discovery was stumbled upon during their quest to find a solution for stimulating the increase of epidermal cells, without depending on any systemic or hormonal influences.
For the miraculous discovery of this growth EGF, both Cohen and Levi-Montalcini were awarded a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1986.
Following their research, EGF was used to treat burn wounds and is now being researched for revolutionary scientific advances like the bioengineering of artificial organs. Incredible work, right!
So, what is EGF?
EGF is a naturally occurring protein molecule found in the skin’s fibroblast cells. It works by stimulating cell growth and differentiation by binding to its receptor, EGFR. Resulting in cellular growth, development and survival.
If you think this sounds like a natural healing solution, you would be right. It is believed the main purpose of EGF is to help renew the skin after injury occurs.
How does this work within human skin?
Firstly, the EGF recognises and binds to the EGFR receptor found on the outer layer of the skin. Then, that receptor delivers a message to increase the production of cells to the affected area. The effect is quick and even healing. In fact, it has been found to be absolutely crucial to our healing and regeneration process.
Where is EGF found?
EGF proteins can be found in a number of different mammal secretions, including goat milk.
Why is EGF effective in skin care products?
Although the science community have been researching the effects of EGF for a long time, it has only recently been harnessed as a skin-benefiting elixir!
Because of all these amazing skin benefits, we have infused our Milk Magic Collection with goat milk extract, which contain EGF proteins. When the formula is applied to the skin, the EGF cells activate and work to thicken the epidermis in the applied area.
This means your skin will look plumper, refreshed and will have a youthful glow. Long story short, EGF proteins in skincare products heal and rebuild thinning skin caused by ageing. Research has also found EGF Proteins to send receptors messages, leading to increased production in collagen. Keeping your skin firm and supple.
In conclusion, EGF skin care products are extremely effective in reversing signs of ageing. By using Skin Nutrients Goat Milk collection as your main skincare regime, you have eliminated the need for any other anti-ageing product.