Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) for DIY skin care, helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve overall tone and texture, and supports rejuvenation and revitalization. EGF consists of small proteins in skincare that assist in promoting skin health. It signals cellular division and protein synthesis that can ultimately reduce signs of aging. Buy the tube of EGF solution to make your serum or cream an age prevention dream. Its an inexpensive way to get the power of EGF into your favorite skincare product. Don't let the small size fool you, this little tube has enough epidermal growth factor for 4 ounces of product! Simply mix one tube into your favorite 4 oz base cream or water-based formula or try one of our ready-made products like Skin Actives Anti-Aging Cream or Collagen Serum.
How to use it
New to mixing? Try our DIY EGF Cream Kit for Beginners or see quick tips for some beginner recipes.
Beginner: Add 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream or water-based formula.
Advanced: This ingredient is recommended for use at about 0.00005% in formulations. Carefully add this solution during the cool down phase of formulation with gentle mixing. This ingredient is soluble in creams and water-based products, but not recommended for use in anhydrous products.
Store product in fridge. Do not freeze.
DIY Skincare Recipes using Epidermal Growth Factor:
- Mix 1 tube to 4 oz of Hyaluronic Acid Serum for a lightweight age prevention serum, perfect for men or women with oily skin.
- Try this recipe for crepey, thinning skin: DIY Body Cream Recipe For Dry, Crepey Skin | Skin Actives - Skin Actives Scientific LLC
Check out our 10 Tips for Mixing Your Own Skin Care Products
Products with this ingredient:
High Potency EGF Cream, High Potency EGF Serum, High Potency EGF Spray, Anti-Aging Cream, Triple Correction Eye Cream, Ultimate De-Puff Eye Serum, Collagen Serum, Firming Serum, Lip Collagen Treatment, Redness Reduction Serum, Restoration Cream, Scar Vanishing Gel, Vegan Collagen Serum
Heck, Diane E.; Laskin, Debra L.; Gardner, Carol R.; Laskin, Jeffrey D. (1992) Epidermal growth factor suppresses nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide production by keratinocytes. Potential role for nitric oxide in the regulation of wound healing. J Biol Chem 267:21277-80.
Tsang, Man Wo; Wong, Wan Keung R.; Hung, Chi Sang; Lai, Kwok-Man; Tang, Wegin; Cheung, Elaine Y. N.; Kam, Grace; Leung, Leo; Chan, Chi Wai; Chu, Chung Min; Lam, Edward K. H. (2003) Human epidermal growth factor enhances healing of diabetic foot ulcers. Diabetes Care, 26:1856-1861.
Grahn, Jennifer C.; Isseroff, R. Rivkah. (2004) Human melanocytes do not express EGF receptors. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 123: 244-246.
Cohen, Stanley (1993). Nobel Lecture 1986. Epidermal Growth Factor. In: Physiology or Medicine 1981-1990: Nobel Lectures, Including Presentation Speeches and Laureates
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