Quickly regenerate damaged skin with PDRN 3% !
Highly moisturizing regenerating cream strengthens the skin with E.G.F EGF is a key ingredient in skin regeneration, which promotes epidermal cell division, proliferation and regulates dermal regeneration. Containing a large amount of elastin and collagen, EGF strengthens skin barrier and promotes regeneration.EGF is a natural substance existing in our bodies that stabilizes damaged skin. In case of any skin injuries, it is supplied through blood or sweat and naturally heals the wound. However, growth factors decreases rapidly with age, resulting in lower skin regeneration, aging wrinkles and gradual loss of elasticity. Therefore,we must constantly supplement us with EGF.
PDRN (Poly Deoxy Ribo Nucleotide) is a component similar to DNA in human body and helps to regenerate tissues quickly by stimulating continuous production of growth factors in our skin DNA.
Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) is a substance that promotes the growth and development of cells existing in our skin, and it plays the roles of healing skin wounds, maintaining skin resilience, and stabilizing damaged skin.Generally, EGF begins to decrease after having reached its peak level at about 25 years of age, thereby resulting in degradation of the skin’s regenerative capabilities.This results in the commencement of skin aging. To prevent this aging, one only needs to externally apply EGF that is the same as the EGF present in the body.Particulate size of EGF is smaller than the skin’s epidermal cells, which allows it to be absorbed into the skin quickly. Skin that has absorbed EGF gains enhanced skin regenerative capabilities to produce proteins that can make skin more resilient and vigorous.This will lead to various effects, including improvement of wrinkles and prevention of aging, et
Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF) is a protein molecule (peptide) composed of countless numbers of amino acids. The dermal layer accounts for 90% of the skin with a thickness that is 15~20 times the thickness of the epidermal layer. As such, it can be considered to be the body of the actual skin. As aging progresses, there is not only a delay in the restoration of the epithelial layer of the skin, but also a reduction in the thickness of the dermal layer by 20%, thereby resulting in an overall reduction in the numbers of cells and blood vessels. FGF is a substance that can promote cell proliferation, cell division, and generation of extracellular matrix, etc. in the dermal layer.