Based in Iceland, Sif Cosmetics, is an innovative cosmetics company founded in 2009. The basis of its products is biotechnological research started by its mother company Orf Genetics in 2001.
Their main product is the Bioeffect EGF Serum, a groundbreaking innovation for the cosmetic market. It contains human-like EGF cellular activators, which are created in plants. Extensive research shows EFG stimulates the activation and renewal of skin cells, making it highly effective as an anti-aging serum.
Sif’s mother company Orf Genetics has, in the last ten years, established a unique genetic production method where barley seeds act like mini-factories for the production of human-like EGF cellular activators.
In line with their commitment to environmental and social sustainability, Sif Cosmetics and Orf Genetics use clean and sustainable geothermal energy to power the state of the art greenhouse in which the barley is grown.
The EGF cellular activator in the Bioeffect EFG Serum is produced in barley in a sustainable, eco-friendly way. The barley is cultivated in Iceland in pure Hekla ash and watered with pure spring water. The patented production method, developed by ORF Genetics, the mother company of SIF Cosmetics, bypasses production in traditional production systems, such as bacteria (E. coli) and animal cells.
Bioeffect EGF Serum contains only nine ingredients and no preservatives, fragrances, colorants, or other unessential chemicals are added to the serum. It also contains no known allergens and no animal testing took place in the development of the serum.
The Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to Stanley Cohen and Rita Levi-Montalcini in 1986 for their extensive research into the role of the EGF cellular activator in cell biology. Their serum has been featured in OK!, Stylist, the Evening Standard and Cosmopolitan.
For more details please visit http://bioeffect.com/.