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May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.

May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.

May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.

May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.

May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.

May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.

May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.

May 26, 2010 | 10:13 AM CDT

Human Growth Factors as Natural Healers: Current Literature and Application

By: Celeste Hilling, Skin Authority

The medical community’s research toward the advancement of healing and tissue regeneration has identified Human Growth Factors (HGF) as critical components in cutaneous wound healing, suggesting their potential for skin cell rejuvenation. Here, the author reviews the present work in this area and proposes HGFs for skin regeneration and reparative products, providing an example.