The Superiority and Effectiveness of This Treatment
Biotech Nano Growth Factors Treatment is treatment based on Nobel Prize Winning Mechanism that uses nanoparticles to directly deliver growth factors and other therapeutic agents into the skin. This treatment has many potential benefits, including improved healing times that help the skin self-repair, reduce skin inflammation, boosting collagen and overall skin rejuvenation. The result is firmer, bouncier, more youthful skin. If you're considering this treatment option, keep reading to learn more.
What is Biotech Nano Growth Factors Treatment?
Biotech Nano Growth Factors Treatment is a fast and effective way to help you achieve brighter, bouncier and glowing skin by addressing the many signs of ageing, sun damage and dull skin. The treatment works by introducing new cells into the skin via a growth factor serum. These growth factors stimulate the body's collagen and elastin production (the two proteins responsible for skin firmness), allowing the skin to regenerate itself more quickly, resulting in firmer, smoother, and more youthful-looking skin.
The serum is administered via the latest technology mesoinjector—a device with tiny needles that creates thousands of needle pricks in the treated area, allowing it to be absorbed into the deeper layers of skin where it can do the most good. That means a speedy absorption rate and fast-acting growth factors. Patients may experience mild redness after treatment that generally subsides within 24 hours.
Since Biotech Nano Growth Factors Treatment stimulates your own body's natural repair processes, you'll see gradual improvement as your body continues to produce more collagen over time. Results are seen after a single session —you'll notice a difference in skin tone and texture.
While medical-grade skincare products can help keep your skin healthy and improve some signs of ageing, they cannot penetrate deeply enough to repair damaged cells or regenerate collagen. And Biotech Nano Growth Factors Treatment is particularly effective for targeting the specific type of collagen that breaks down as we age. And because this is a process that occurs naturally within your own body, there is no risk of allergic reaction or toxicity, and results last longer than those from other temporary dermal fillers.
What are Growth Factors?
Growth Factors are molecules produced by cells of the body that act as signals to other cells. Some growth factors promote cell division, while others, such as cytokines and chemokines, regulate inflammation, wound healing, and other processes. In addition to the over thirty growth factors found in platelet-rich plasma (PRP), exosomes contain many growth factors that promote wound healing.
The most well-known Growth Factor is the epidermal growth factor (EGF), which stimulates skin cell division and migration. The Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) is a tyrosine kinase receptor found on the surface of cells that binds to the epidermal growth factor (EGF), which has been used to treat both diabetic wounds and chronic ulcers with some success. Other Growth Factors may be used alone or in combination to stimulate healing. For example, platelet-derived Growth Factors (PDGF), transforming growth factor-beta (TGFβ), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), and fibroblast growth factor (FGF) have been investigated for their ability to increase the speed of healing of many types of wounds. Platelet-derived Growth Factors are also involved in angiogenesis, developing new blood vessels from pre-existing vessels. Furthermore, it's important to remember that all tissues come from stem cells to understand how growth factors work.
However, we are not born with all the stem cells we will ever have. Stem cells divide into more specialized cell types within each tissue through differentiation. Differentiation allows more specialized cells to perform different functions than their unspecialized predecessors. And the differentiation process occurs when stem cells receive signals from outside the cell that tells them what kind of cell they should become; this is where growth factors come in. When a growth factor binds to a receptor on the surface of a cell, it transmits a signal into the cell, which causes a cascade of different changes to occur inside the cell, including increasing gene expression and protein production. These changes allow for increased cellular function, which may result in increased rates of cellular proliferation or increased rates of tissue regeneration. As you can see, these effects can be incredibly beneficial when replacing damaged tissue!
And the biotechnology industry has leveraged this information by developing synthetic growth factors that mimic the signalling capabilities of natural growth factors. These synthetic growth factors are similar enough in structure and function to elicit the same positive effects as their natural counterparts without any adverse side effects.
What is Biotech Nano Growth Factor?
Growth Factor is a naturally occurring substance capable of stimulating cell turnover, wound healing, and collagen and elastin production. They are naturally found in human stem cells, platelet-rich plasma and human/animal placenta. For Biotech Nano Growth factor, we’ve managed to use biotechnology to recreate the genetic structure of the growth factor in human placenta. But better. Thanks to modern science, we’ve found a way to replicate this natural, organic material in a lab setting. A synthetic, vegan and cruelty-free placenta! These growth factors are safely synthesized and the manufacturing process is based on BIO-technology that is the first of its kind in Japan.