Science - Thread Vein Control Control
The visuals below show the vessel regenerating effect of key Synchrorose® ingredients on endothelial cells. A substance in the body called Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) is partly responsible for the growth of new blood vessels. It promotes this growth by stimulating the endothelial cells, which form the walls of the vessels and helps transport nutrients and oxygen to the tissues. This process is called "neovascularisation," and it acts as a restorative function in other parts of the body. Activity of chemicals such as VEGF in combination with others can also lead to the irregular development of tissue and vessels and so may also be involved in Phyma development and irregular vascular tissue.