Increase Collagen and Reduce Aging with Human Growth Factors

BIOCREAM1There is a new trend utilizing growth factors for successful skincare products that is proving successful! Growth factors are compounds that act as chemical messengers between cells and play a role in cell division, new cell and blood vessel growth, and in the production and distribution of collagen and elastin. As we age, our bodies produce lower levels of natural growth factors, resulting in more breakdown of collagen that is the foundational support to the skin.

Over the past decade, many universities are researching if supplementing the skin with topical growth factors may enhance natural repair processes that accelerate the reversal of skin aging. To date, multiple clinical studies show that topical application of growth factors reduce the signs and symptoms of skin aging including fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and increase in the production of collagen.

Neocutis, available at Skin NV, is one of only two companies that use a mixture of natural human growth factors in their products. In its Bio-restorative Day Cream, Neocutis uses PSP (processed skin cell proteins) which is a fetal fibroblast cell lysate.

All human skin cells secrete one or more growth factors, which are responsible for wound healing and tissue regeneration, among other things. Growth factors play a key role in the regulation of many physiological processes. Together with cytokines, they are important regulators of cell division, differentiation, adhesion and cell survival.

The proteins, peptides and enzymes extracted from human stem cells are used to stimulate your own skin cells by sending messages telling them to produce more collagen and elastin. In essence, they stimulate your body’s own skin cells to act like younger versions of themselves and who doesn’t want that? Purchase Neocutis today at Skin NV and give your skin what it craves!


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