Epidermal growth factor is a single chain, non-glycosylated protein. 

This protein is a part of our normal skin cells and it occurs in the body naturally. 
The main job of EGF is to help heal the skin. It does so by promoting cell proliferation and DNA synthesis.

There is a receptor known as EGFR (epidermal growth factor receptor). 
When EGF binds to EGFR on the surface of the skin cell, it creates a signal that leads to skin cell differentiation, proliferation, and the survival of the skin cell itself.

EGF is very powerful and has been proven t help the skin in a number of different ways. 
•Repair damaged skin cells
• Repairs mucosal, intestinal, and corneal wounds

•EGF boosts collagen production. This production is critical to the health of healing the skin. Since collagen is a number of proteins located in the connective tissue, it can make the skin more elastic and supple and ultimately make skin look much younger.
EGF boosts elastin production. By boosting the production of elastin, the body will naturally heal the skin and make it look younger once again. Elastin is actually very elastic, which means this protein can help connective tissue snap back into place after it is stretched, which will obviously help eliminate wrinkles and sagging skin.

•EGF stimulates new skin cell growth. By creating new skin cell growth and improving the skin barrier, EGF makes it possible for the skin to hang onto moisture better so it ultimately feels softer and smoother.

•EGF inhibits melanin production. By inhibiting the production of melanin as wounds heal, it can reduce the signs of hyperpigmentation and even help improve scars caused by acne as well
as dark under eye circles. 

EFG was discovered in 1986 by Stanley Cohen, a biochemist, and Rita Levi Montalcini, a biologist. The pair won the Nobel Prize for Medicine because the discovery of EFG.

Ampule Ingredients :
Hyaluronic acid, oligopeptide-1 (EGF), vitamin C, nicotinamide, squalane, butanediol, propylene glycol, arbutin, stearic acid, jojoba oil 

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