The ant-ageing effect of EGF serum
Now it doesn’t take much to get me interested in a new lotion or potion – it's part of the job! Now I’m 40 plus, mention anti-ageing and you'll always have my attention. I was first introduced to BIO EFFECT EGF SERUM by an Icelandic model who highly recommended it. So when I came across it again on a BA flight, I snapped it up, along with a photographer/friend I work with. So two very over exited women thought they would put it to the test!
BIOEFFECT EGF SERUM promises it'll restore your skin's youthful radiance and rejuvenate its complexion. It claims that it'll moisturise deeply, is easily absorbed and diminishes dry spots whilst significantly reducing pore size as well as minimising the signs of ageing, reducing the appearance of sun damage, fine lines, and wrinkles. Lastly it is hypoallergenic, paraben-free and fragrance-free.
So after my own personal research and that of my friend, we would definitely agree with all of the above. The appearance of my skin has improved in every way they said it would. Now I would love to believe in miracles, but I must add that your fine lines will look better, but the difference is not dramatic. However it does deliver a more youthful, radiant, glowing skin. We are now on our second bottle. Don’t let the price put you off, it can last up to four months and you won’t need a night cream.
So here’s the background: In 2001 three scientists in Iceland formed a biotechnology company. Their aim was to use barley to produce purer human-like cellular activators for medical research and medicine. Barley was their plant of choice because it is good at producing and protecting proteins in its seeds and because it is a biologically isolated system.In 2005 they had discovered a new way of producing pure, endotoxin- and animal free human-like cellular activators in barley seeds.In 2009 Sif Cosmetics Ltd was founded to develop and market skin care products containing cellular activators.In 2010 the BIOEFFECT story began with the launch of BIOEFFECT EGF SERUM in Iceland, the first skin care product to contain cellular activators made in plants. It is now used by around 30% of Icelandic women over the age of 30.