Advances in growth factor technology are providing help for reversing the signs of aging. Growth factors can now be produced in a laboratory for topical use. In multiple clinical studies, topically applied growth factors have been shown to reduce the signs of skin aging, including statistically significant reductions in fine lines and wrinkles and increases in dermal collagen synthesis.
Growth factor technology is also being used successfully for reducing the appearance of scars, supporting the skin during post-procedure healing, and shortening the healing time of burn wounds. The skin and scalp contain multiple growth factors that regulate natural cellular renewal and damage repair processes to keep skin healthy and to maintain a normal hair growth cycle. Click to download details.
Growth Factors are responsible to activate your skin stem cells for skin rejuvenation and repair.
These growth factors are responsible for helping to reserve the visible effects of chrological aging and premature aging due to environmental factors. The consequences of environmental exposure and the normal processes of aging lead to excessive free radical damage of skin and scalp cellular coponents, resulting in the breakdown of collagen and elastin networks in the dermis and producing the effect of visible facial aging. This same type of damage eventually impairs growth factor function, so they are less able to repair oxidative damage, and the damage becomes permenant.