EGF Cosmetic

Epidermal growth factor becomes more common in skincare

Implications - Epidermal growth factor (EGF) is increasingly common in skincare as the collagen-stimulating benefit of this ingredient is highlighted by the brands that offer it. The rising popularity of this ingredient speaks to a shift in consumer priorities, as they increasingly value scientific marketing that properly backs up the claims that brands make about their products.
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