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The Truth About Human Growth Factors & Anti-aging

Each cell of your body has a life span and as each cell dies, another must take its place. All cells start out as exactly the same type of cell, but at some point they become 'different' from each other; a hair cell, a liver cell, a skin cell, etc. To become different they need the instructions of what kind of cell to become. Those instructions come in the from of 'Growth Factors' (GFs) and travel from the dying cell to the new, baby cell in tiny spherical packages like the ones in the image above. In the image you can see the GF filled spheres leave one cell, enter another, and release their payload of instructions.

The human body makes thousands of different GFs, and besides telling the new cells what to become, GFs also repair tissues. For instance, when the skin is damaged GFs repair it by rapidly growing new skin cells.

Science has learned how to make exact copies of many of our GFs, in a pharmaceutical setting, for use in; research, regenerative medicine, wound healing and anti-aging cosmetic products. Synthetic GFs are called 'peptides' and are assembled from different combinations of proteins. Synthetic GFs in skin care are becoming more common but are not yet a household word. Many of the products on the market have very few GFs and cost a small fortune.


Plants contain GFs too and are also used to repair and renew skin, but plant GFs are not the same chemical structure as human GFs. That's because they're made by plants for plants! The results below were made using plant GF's. They're not bad and I would use them if there weren't something better...

It doesn't say, but I think this is 4-5 days after treatment. If you look under her eyes on both pictures, you can see how red that skin is on the right side one. That means the treatment is quite recent.


Now I'm going to introduce you to the TOP DOG, the BIG KAHUNA of tissue regeneration...HUMAN Growth Factors (HGFs). They contain all the information for complete skin regeneration, not just the thin, top layer, but all layers. HGFs work FAST! They go to work immediately when your skin is damaged and regeneration can be seen in a matter of hours.

This is my hand 3 days after one of my cats scratched me. I applies a bit of a HGF serum I made and covered it with a band-aid in the evening, and with only ONE application, this is what happened.

2-15-22 at 6:59 PM 2-16-22 at 2:21 PM 2-20-22 at 4:47 PM 2-26-22 at 3:37 PM

Below is my arm with burn scars from cooking and baking, both of which I do lot of. I used a microneedle roller to damage the area with the scars and applied the HGF serum. I did this on day one and day four. I ended up thinking that picture #3 was as good as it was going to get and just forgot about it. Today (11-7-23) as I was putting this post together, I looked at my arm and there was absolutely no trace of the scars. Sorry but I have no idea how long it took for them to disappear because I never looked at it again until today, but as is evident from the pictures, they work quickly in the short term, plus over a long period of time.

3-18-22 at 12:33 PM 3-22-22 at 12:54 PM 3-25-22 at 2:28 PM 11-7-23 at 4:47 PM

I don't know what happened to this poor guy but it's obvious that he has 3rd degree burns on his face. He was treated with HGF's and look how fast and well he has healed.


Our own, natural growth factors go to work as soon as the skin, or any internal tissue, is damaged. So the way to get man made HGFs to work VERY FAST is to purposely damage any area of the skin you want to regenerate. The way to inflect that damage is with a tool called a microneedle. This is usually done by an esthetician in a salon setting and costs anywhere from $1,000 - $6,000 for a series of 4-6 sessions.

HOWEVER, you can now do this yourself in your own home with a microneedle roller kit and the HGF serum I make. Each needle head has several rows of different length needles which you roll over your skin in order to create tiny puncture marks to damage the skin, then you apply a very thin layer of my Restore14 Human Growth Factor Serum.

I recommend this procedure be done in the evening and that you take 'before' pictures, leave the serum on your skin overnight and take another picture in the morning (and each day for several days) to see the difference. The procedure only needs to be done three times a week.


In scientific circles, Human Growth Factors are called 'exosomes' and they have shown promising results as potential therapeutic agents for a variety of conditions. Some of the current clinical applications being explored include:

Cancer: Exosomes are being investigated as a potential delivery system for anti-cancer drugs or as a way to stimulate the immune system to recognize and attack cancer cells.

Regenerative medicine: Exosomes have shown potential for promoting tissue repair and regeneration, and are being studied for their potential use in treating a range of conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, neurological disorders, spinal cord injuries, and bone and cartilage defects.

Inflammatory and autoimmune disorders: Exosomes may have immunostimulating effects and are being studied as a potential treatment for inflammatory and autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.

Infectious diseases: Exosomes are being investigated as a potential delivery system for antiviral or antimicrobial agents, or as a way to stimulate the immune system to fight infections.

Thank you for your time,

Sindi Holmlund


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