0.34 fl oz (10 ml)
E 'shee Cellular Repair Serum uses pure bioengineered growth factor, FGF1. This growth factor targets the fibroblast and is a powerful ingredient to rejuvenate damaged or aging skin by boosting collagen production. It is a Truth In Aging 5 Best Serum with Growth Factors.
After cleansing and toning your skin apply 2 to 4 drops of Cellular Repair Serum on the face, neck and decollete, including eye area (can be applied to lower and upper lid). Use 1-2 times daily. Suitable for all skin types, especially rosacea prone skin and those with broken capillaries.
TIA Review by Marta:
This is one of the most powerful serums that I have ever come across. I use it to target those really tough wrinkles so that a little goes a long way and I get more bang for my buck. The results are impressive. Used carefully, the bottle will last a good three months or four months.
This serum is hugely beneficial for rosacea, broken veins and deep wrinkles. The key active is the cutting edge FGF 1 (a Recombinant Human acidic Fibroblast Growth Factor). Fibroblast growth factors, or FGFs, are a family of growth factors involved in angiogenesis and wound healing. FGF1 is rather bossy and tells other FGFs what to so. It signals FGF2 to get on with fibroblast growth and collagen production, hyaluronic acid and elastin, while getting FGF7 to get busy with hair follicles and grow hair. FGF7 is also responsible for keratinocyte resulting in rejuvenated skin.
They also support angiogenesis, which is the growth of new blood vessels. Certainly, broken veins seem to diminish with this serum.
The horse chestnut is a well-known repair for broken capillaries. Horse chestnut trees (particularly the seeds) contain a saponin called escin. This is supposed to strengthen veins and capillaries by blocking an enzyme called hyaluronidase, which can breakdown of proteoglycans (part of the structure of capillary walls).
The only other botanical is mulberry. This is typically used in skincare as a whitener. Studies have been shown mulberry leaf extract to inhibit tyrosinase activity. Additionally, several phenolic flavonoids, such as gallic acid and quercetin, and fatty acids, such as linoleic acid and palmitic acid, have been isolated from its leaves. With sodium lactate and lactic acid providing exfoliation and sodium hyaluronate, this formulation covers most bases.
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