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Which proteins should you be using on your skin?

We have the best proteins but it depends on what your skin needs.

If you are young and healthy, you will probably not need our growth factors, keratinocyte growth factor (KGF), and epidermal growth factor (EGF), because you have them in abundance. Give it a few years and you will be needing both KGF and EGF to top up your diminishing growth factors both in skin and scalp, and even your nails.

The warning signs? Thinning skin, thinning hair, slow-growing or thin nails.

As for our antioxidant proteins?

All of them all the time, unless you live in a paradisiacal environment, without cars and without pollution. And even then, your skin antioxidants may be unable to cope with the ROS* produced by your mitochondria, so have a look at our ROS* BioNet.

Why our proteins the best available for skincare use? Because they are pure and highly active.

When a label says “superoxide dismutase”, it only means that the product contains some enzyme activity. Usually, it means that it’s a plant extract. Almost any plant extract will contain some superoxide dismutase, unless it has been boiled and the enzyme dstroyed. But we purify the protein and keep it as active as it is in its original form (you can ask me how and I will lecture you for hours) .  What are we taling about? A factor of many thousands, and your skin will certainly notice the difference.


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