EGF Activating Serum
Feel the heal with EGF skincare. Created especially for skin with acne, dark spots, and other signs of stunted cell turnover, EGF Activating Serum contains epidermal growth factors that speed healing and brighten skin.
This powerful skin-refining serum is rich in epidermal growth factors— vegan proteins that boost cell turnover and nurture the skin’s healing abilities. Fortified with naturally fermented ingredients like yeast extract, EGF Activating Serum triggers regeneration, reducing the healing time of skin trauma caused by blemishes, sun damage, and natural signs of aging. Ideal for aging and acne-prone skin, this multitasking wonder also softens wrinkles and brightens age spots while giving skin a luminous, spot-free glow.
EGF Skincare Key Benefits
- Speeds acne healing
- Brightens the appearance of dark spots
- Aides in stimulating collagen production
Saw an Increase in Skin Plumpness
Experienced Faster Acne Healing & Removal
Saw a Decrease in Dark Spots
*Based on consumer evaluation at 12 weeks, when used as directed.
Apply 5-7 drops after cleansing each morning and night. When using in a stack, apply after peels and before and after micro-rolling. When using with other serums, apply in order from thinnest to thickest, and wait for each layer to absorb before applying the next.
Suitable for all skin types
A potent serum for multiple skin concerns including: Acne, Anti aging, and Hyper-pigmentation
A naturally fermented ingredient that boosts collagen, enhances healing, and provides moisture
A powerful growth factor that activates the skin’s natural renewal and healing processes
GREEN TEA EXTRACT
A rich source of antioxidants that ward off the free radical damage that can cause dark spots and signs of aging
Green Tea Extract
Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Yeast Extract, Saccharomyces Lysate Extract, Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, Sorbitol, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Chlorophyllin-Copper Complex, Glucuronic Acid, Squalane, Xanthan Gum, Caprylhydroxamic Acid, and sh-Oligopeptide 1