Skincare & Aesthetics

What are Growth Factors?

The advance­ment of biotech­nol­o­gy with­in the past decade has allowed for more effec­tive and advanced skin­care prod­ucts than ever before. Der­ma­tol­ogy prac­tices are always in pur­suit of mod­ern tech­niques to improve the qual­i­ty of skin, whether it’s try­ing to reduce rosacea or get­ting rid of tough wrin­kles. In fact, find­ing a prod­uct that can tar­get mul­ti­ple skin con­cerns at once is often one of the biggest chal­lenges for peo­ple look­ing to improve their skin quality.

Defend Your Skin From Pollution

Small dirt, dust and soot par­ti­cles, as well as gas­es such as car­bon monox­ide and nitro­gen diox­ide, can harm and pre­ma­ture­ly age your skin. Skin does its best to act as a bar­ri­er to such envi­ron­men­tal fac­tors, how­ev­er, it is not com­plete­ly impen­e­tra­ble. Pol­lu­tion can break down the lipids and col­la­gen found in your skin, weak­en­ing its abil­i­ty to com­bat exter­nal fac­tors. When your skin’s bar­ri­er is bro­ken down, pol­lu­tants gain bet­ter access to it, mak­ing you more sus­cep­ti­ble to clogged pores, irri­ta­tion, rash­es, break­outs and pre­ma­ture fine lines and wrinkles.