Advanced Skin & Hair Inc. is banking on growth factors to nurture its antiaging business.
The Los Angeles-based company’s new line, Rejuve MD, is fueled by three yeast-derived growth factors, or proteins that are said to send signals to cells to rejuvenate skin. They are epidermal growth factor for the outer dermis, fibroblast growth factor for the lower and transforming growth factor-beta for skin damage and inflammation. A proprietary liposomal delivery system, dubbed MatrixGF, transports the growth factors to the layers of the skin where they work.
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