Tuesday, April 12, 2016

EGF Cytokinol® Epidermal Repairing Cream #Review #FBEGF

EGF Cytokinol® Epidermal Repairing Cream is a unique cream which comes in a beautiful 1.7 ounce jar with a gold label. I love that this repairing cream has a pump on the top of the jar so you don't have to dip your finger in the open jar. All you do is press the top and the cream comes out in the small hole in the middle. This is so much more sanitary than regular jars.

This cream has so many benefits that other creams don't have. It can be used for scars, wrinkles, acne scars, surgical scars, burns and dark spots. One of the main ingredients in the cream is EGF - which is a peptide that accelerates the growth of epidermal cells. It was interesting to find out that Stanley Cohen of Vanderbilt University won a Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for the discovery of EGF, It was patented for cosmetic use by Greg Brown.

It also includes tocomin which is a potent antioxidant; and cytokinol which helps to repair the skin's epidermal and also helps with inflammation. Another ingredient I found to be interesting is olive oil which has vitamin E and antioxidants which are good for your skin. Indian ginseng root extract is also included which regenerates stressed skin cells and helps to restructure and repair the skin.

The EGF Cytokinol® Epidermal Repairing Cream is not only for your face but can be used on the hands and your body. It's a medium thick texture which may have a slight tinge of citrus scent to it, but nothing overwhelming. I like how it goes on evenly, leaving my skin feeling softer and more smooth than before.  I've only used it a few days but so far am happy with the results.

1 comment:

  1. I've never heard of an epidermal repairing cream before. It sounds like a good way to get rid of scars - I have one on my face from chicken pox when I was a kid. It's interesting that the cream comes out from the middle; that does sound less messy. I like the setting of your picture. It really adds to the beauty of the jar.