Most anti-ageing serums or creams are usually endorsed by a beautiful model or trials are run using groups of different aged women wanting to get rid of tired and aged skin.
But Bioeffect EGF Serum is slightly different to that because not only does it boast an active ingredient in its product to speed up rejuvenation of skin cells but it also comes with the pretigious backing of a Nobel Prize awarded to its ingenious developers.
Obviously backed by such a prestigious award it isn’t going to come cheap. Â Bioeffect EGF Serum will set you back Â£125 for a tiny bottle making its active anti-ageing ingredient more expensive per ounce than diamonds.
Bioeffect EGF Serum promises to improve the appearance of skin and correct areas of the skin that ageing has affected.
The tiny bottles selling at Boots on the high street claim that just two drops a day will be enough to rejuvenate skin from the Â£125 bottle’s key anti-ageing ingredient ‘Epidermal Growth factor’ containing cellular activators which are proteins vital for skin cell repair and skin cell maintenance.
Bioeffect EGF anti-ageing serum first launched in Iceland and proved to be so successful in the fight to blast wrinkles and ageing skin that one-in-five Icelandic women are now believed to use it. When the new wrinkle blaster went on sale online earlier this month women just couldn’t get enough of Bioeffect EGF with 2,000 bottles @ Â£125 each selling in a single day.