Iceland. Early 21st century. Three biologists are researching with Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF). EGF was discovered by doctors Stanley Cohen and Rita Levi-Montalcini. They won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1986.
The three biologists are studying the production of this protein from barley seeds grown in the region of Reykjanes, rich in volcanic ash and pure spring water.
The research lasted a decade. They were in no rush. They knew that in the process they would learn how to restore radiance and youth to the skin. But let's rewind up: what is the EGF? It is the protein responsible for the production of elastin and collagen. The aim of the study was the production of cosmetics with EGF to help rejuvenate older skin once it has stopped producing the protein.
The result was called BIOEFFECT, 100% Icelandic anti-aging cosmetics. Iceland is the only place in the world with the optimal natural conditions for the production of EGF. BIOEFFECT is the only company in the world that produces these cell activators in plants. The brand has only launched seven products.
They are suitable for men and women and can be used from age 30. Yes, they suit sensitive skin types too. The star product is EGF Serum, a benchmark in independent cosmetics by now.
BIOEFFECT is a brand with overwhelming science. So are the results.