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jamesherried



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2015 2:50 pm    Post subject: "human" growth factors for younger skin Reply with quote

Here's an excerpt from an email I received from Dr. Al Sears. Of course, the question is, do growth factors applied topically, even if they're "genuine, human" growth factors, penetrate the epidermis and get into the dermis?

In any case, the only way to find out if this strategy works is to try the product, formulated by Dr. Sears and the researchers from Stanford.



EXCERPT:

I partnered with a team of researchers from Stanford University to develop a formula so revolutionary, it has the power to reverse the appearance of age spots, fine lines, wrinkles, scars, acne, and photoaging.

It even restores the appearance of younger, firmer, and silkier skin.

No matter how old you are right now.

When I got word of what this Stanford team was doing, I wanted to get involved immediately.

I knew their research could beautify and "de-age" the skin of millions of Americans.

Give me a few minutes, and I'll show you how this discovery will change the way the world sees you.

Growth Factors Support Your Skin Naturally

You may have heard about how growth factors can help give you a more youthful appearance.

Growth factors unlock the keys to healing ourselves naturally.

But most of the growth factors on the market come from plants.

And by nature, plant growth factors are not the top of the line for humans they don't unlock as many healing processes as human growth factors do.

Here's the rub: You can only get effective human growth factors from human stem cells.

But this team from Stanford discovered something truly remarkable.

They discovered how to separate human growth factors from the stem cells while still retaining their amazing powers.

In other words...

You can get the regenerative benefits of stem cells without ever using, or coming into contact with stem cells.

How Growth Factors Help
REVERSE the Appearance of Aging


What Was All the
Fuss About?

In the 1990s, stem cell research was a touchy topic.

Why? Because almost all research used human embryos.

As funding dried up here in the U.S., scientists in other countries began using stem cells from ADULTS, and NOT from embryos avoiding the "when does life begin" controversy altogether.

Thanks to this newer technology, pioneers like the team from Stanford I'm working with tap the power of stem cells safely, and without the concern from decades ago.


I'm not just talking about looking younger although that's an amazing benefit of these growth factors that we'll talk more about in a minute.

I'm talking about tapping the natural power you had when you were younger.

You see, growth factors are found naturally in your body.

They "instruct" the skin to replenish and grow. And to repair itself.

But as you age, your supply of growth factors drop, and that's why you develop wrinkles, age spots, sun spots, and more.

You also have a harder time healing cuts and other wounds.

Fortunately you can replenish these growth factors quickly and easily.

So it's now possible to restore the appearance of younger skin.

By adding in the growth factors that you've lost with age, it's possible to reverse the appearance of:

Wrinkles.

Wrinkles are the hallmark of "getting old."

When we're young, we have enough anti-wrinkle growth factors to keep our skin smooth as silk.

As we lose these growth factors, our skin gets thinner and loses elasticity.

But replacing real human growth factors adds elasticity, thickens and plumps up your skin, supports collagen production, and removes the appearance of many of the fine lines and wrinkles.

Age spots and sun spots.

As we get older, age spots and sun spots are common.

That doesn't mean you have to suffer with them.

Age spots come out as we lose whitening growth factors.

When we add these back in, the appearance of age spots vanishes.

Scars and acne.

When you're young, you're able to heal from most wounds.

Cuts and acne heal and rarely leave scars until you're older.

Truth is, wrinkles, scars, age spots, and all those things that make you look and feel "old" are the result of your body's natural loss of growth factors.

This loss happens to you and everybody else as you age.

The solution is simple if not easy.

Replenish your growth factors and you can easily reverse the appearance of wrinkles... age spots... photoaging... even scars without resorting to costly injections or painful surgeries.

A simple strategy, but until recently, you just couldn't do it.

You see, human growth factors create the appearance of younger-looking skin and help support healthy-looking skin and tone.

But you have to be careful...

Why Most "Growth Factors" Don't Work

There are plenty of "growth factors" on the market being used in anti-aging products.

But for the most part, they don't work. Or they don't work as well as they should.

You see, most of the growth factors being used commercially are synthetic. They're not REAL growth factors.

And they don't have the full range of anti-aging properties that human growth factors do. Not by a long shot.

Anti-aging products that contain synthetic growth factors might provide some help, but it's really a crap shoot.

And until now, that was your only option.

That's why I was so excited to begin work with this Stanford team.

Together, we've developed the science that delivers human growth factors through a simple topical solution.
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peter007



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PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2017 3:59 pm    Post subject: thanks Reply with quote

thanks guys, nice advises.... helped me a lot
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GastroCenterMI



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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 9:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Always have enough sleep every day, exercise and avoid getting stress!
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jamesherried



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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's true that stress causes you to age faster. And that includes your skin.
But it's not the "stress" per se that does the damage, in regards to aging you faster. More specifically, it's the excess "cortisol" (a hormone that your body produces when you're under stress), that's the main culprit.

A certain amount of cortisol is required for our survival. In fact, you want your cortisol levels to be at the highest in the morning, because cortisol actually helps to wake you up in the morning, thereby enabling you to take on the new day.

But in excess amounts (as when you're under stress), cortisol breaks down tissue throughout your body; including in your bones (making you more prone to bone loss), your brain (making you more prone to dementia), and your skin (making your skin more prone to wrinkles).

In fact, I've read that excess cortisol breaks down collagen in your skin 10 times faster than it does any other kind of tissue in your body. That wouldn't be surprising. Because the release of cortisol, when your under stress, is actually a survival mechanism in humans. It enables you to function more quickly, more efficiently, more effectively, so that you can fight off or escape from any dangers or threats.
And in those cases, the condition of your skin is the least important part of your body, in regards to your survival.

So specifically, what you really want to do is keep cortisol levels under control. And although avoiding unnecessary stress is certainly one way to do that, it's not always possible to avoid stress completely.

Fortunately, there are many other ways to keep cortisol levels from rising unnecessarily. In fact, I wrote about 32 different proven ways to lower cortisol naturally, in a blog article.

One of them is to get enough sleep. Studies have shown that getting less than 7 hours of sleep a night can dramatically raise your cortisol levels, as well as lower your testosterone levels.

Another proven strategy to lower cortisol levels is to take Vitamin C supplements. A German study showed that 1500 mg of Vitamin C a day lowered cortisol levels in people who were subjected to the stress of public speaking. And the same researchers found that 3,000 mg of Vitamin C a day worked even better at keeping cortisol levels from rising, in the same type of situation (public speaking).

The adaptogenic herb rhodiola rosea has also been shown to keep cortisol levels from rising too high.

Those are just 3 out of the 32 strategies for lowering cortisol levels naturally, that I list in that article I wrote.
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roger090



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PostPosted: Sun Aug 27, 2017 11:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Your posting is impressive. Thanks a lot.
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