Growth Factors for Skin Rejuvenation in Washington, DC
As we age, the natural firmness and elasticity of our youthful skin wanes as environmental factors—such as exposure to the sun's rays—take their toll on our facial appearance. Turning back the aging clock is no new desire, nor is it a new concept in medicine. Approaches to facial rejuvenation are many, including invasive surgical procedures as well as non-invasive procedures such as chemical peels, dermal fillers, laser resurfacing and more.
Similarly, the field of skin care has developed and expanded considerably over the years, with many skin care products designed with the express and advertised purpose to fight the outward signs of aging. However, while daily skin products aim to maintain your skin's overall health, not all contain the necessary components to repair damaged, aged skin and support the environment within which skin cells optimally exist, protected from the harm of the elements.
Growth factors, produced by skin cells, help you achieve healthy skin, support the repair of damaged to restore natural firmness and elasticity, and maintain the skin's protective function. We are born with growth factors naturally, but, as we age, they deplete, leading us to seek replacement of our growth factors from other sources.
Growth factors in skin care have been derived from a number of different applications—such as through stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma (PRP). However, less invasive mechanisms for naturally generating growth factors now also exist. Growth factor skin serums and moisturizers can help maintain optimal skin health by triggering our skin's healing processes.
To schedule a consultation with a skin care professional in Washington who can discuss growth factors and how to revitalize the health of your skin, call (667) 401-4877 or contact Morgan Gale online.
How Do Growth Factors Work?
Topical growth factors for skin rejuvenation include human growth factor creams, serums and other topical skin care products which are made with compounds that aim to trigger our skin's natural healing response by activating growth factors produced by skin cells called fibroblasts. Applied directly to the skin, the growth factors in these serums interpret signals from neighboring cells in order to merge with the composition of the healthy cells that surround the area. This in turn facilitates their repairing capacity, regenerating skin deterioration caused by aging, sun damage and more. By targeting cells of the dermis, growth factors can help stimulate the growth of new collagen fibers or help repair photo-aged collagen fibers in order to revitalize the tissue in the damaged skin, resulting in younger, healthier-looking skin.
Am I a Good Candidate for Growth Factors?
Anyone with visible signs of facial aging may benefit from growth factors. Women with early signs of aging may also benefit from using growth factors, while most significant improvements are seen in women with greater photo damage and mature skin. You might additionally benefit from growth factors if you have:
- Fine lines
- Sun damaged skin
- Thinning skin
- Sagging skin
Get Started Today
A skin care professional can discuss whether you're a good candidate for products containing growth factors as well as how to optimally use these products. Schedule a consultation with a qualified skin care professional in Washington. Call (667) 401-4877 or contact Morgan Gale online.
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