CELLUGENA FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTORS
Fibroblast Growth factors are naturally occurring specialized proteins capable of stimulating cellular growth, proliferation, healing, and cellular differentiation. Growth factors play a pivotal role in cellular process regulation, by acting as signaling molecules between cells to promote cell differentiation and maturation.
In skin care, growth factors are responsible for supporting the repair of damaged skin, making components that provide firmness and elasticity to the skin, while helping to maintain skin’s protective functions.
Epidermal Growth Factor enhances cellular turnover to produce more collagen for thicker, firmer skin.
Keratinocyte Growth Factor affects the synthesis and organization of skin cells within the various layers of the skin.
Interleukin Growth Factor-1 is associated with higher fibroblast activity and reduced appearance of skin wrinkling.
Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor plays an important role in regulating the skin’s healing process to prevent scarring.
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor helps increase blood circulation and speed healing.
Acidic Fibroblast Growth Factor enhances the proliferation of fibroblasts necessary for producing new skin.