Growth factor-induced therapy.
Growth factors are natural substances made by skin cells to maintain healthy skin. They are responsible for supporting the repair of damaged skin, making components that provide firmness and elasticity to the skin while helping to maintain the skin’s protective functions, including retaining moisture. They are key messaging molecules that control how your cells function and behave. They are not growth hormones; instead, they are cell regulators and cell communicators.
Ageing and sun-damaged skin require Growth Factors to rejuvenate themselves, however, cells in ageing skin produce less GF than cells in youthful skin. One approach to support the level of skin rejuvenation is to regularly use skincare products with a high concentration of stable human growth factors.