Epidermal Growth Factor – The next big thing?

Growth Factor Serum

Lately I have been looking into changing my beauty routine a little bit. I feel like my skin needs somewhat of a “pick me up”. It could be the fact that I haven’t been getting much sleep lately, or that I have been taking many trips out of town, but I feel like my skin has aged at least three years in the past three weeks! You know how your skin and hair get when you go to different places, the water and the environment makes it hard for your hair to stay in place and your skin to feel and look the same. That’s exactly what is happening to me right now :(

There are many reasons and ways to keep your skin and hair healthy. Unfortunately, when time is of the essence, we always want to use a product that gets the job done well and fast.

Ever since I turned a year older, I began to pay more attention to my skin around my eyes and forehead. I started to notice fine lines on my forehead and seriously can’t help but to feel sad and worried. Luckily I was given a new product to try and believe me when I say I’m a very lucky girl! I have been hearing great things about Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) which effectively repairs damaged cells and reprograms skin to act. And just so it happens that the new product has this amazing technology/ingredient. This new product is the Growth Factor Serum by DNA EGF Renewal. The product is helping my skin feel soft, supple and radiant again! There is only one thing I would change about it, even though I know it is a serum and I shouldn’t expect it to be moisturizing, I feel like my skin needs a moisturizer on top. I’m the kind of person that uses only one product at night before going to bed, with this serum I feel like I need to use two because my skin feels very tight. Fortunately the same brand makes DNA Intensive renewal, this one hydrates and also nourishes the skin.

Reducing the appearance of fine lines is not the only benefit of this amazing line of products. It also helps to reduce the appearance of pores, irregular pigmentation, photodamage and texture helping your skin to appear more youthful and glowing. If you have had a chance of trying this line or something similar, I would love to hear your thoughts.

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