The stem cell craze has taken the skin care industry by storm – but what exactly are stem cells and why are they popping up in our anti-aging products?
Stem cells are immature cells that have the potential to develop into specific types of cells, like the ones found in our skin. Stem cells are the foundation of our tissue and organs, providing an intelligent healing mechanism.
Wounds signal stem cells to self-renew, producing millions of additional healthy stem cells that migrate to the site to heal it. Once there, stem cells release different types of growth factors and cytokines, managing the intercellular communication to replenish, rejuvenate, and heal the skin.
What is the Purpose of Stem Cells in Skin Care?
So why would we want stem cells in our beauty products? Mainly for their anti-aging properties. Stem cells promote cell turnover and regenerate damaged cells, visibly erasing fine lines and dull skin.
Also, it’s important to note that none of the stem cells used in skin care products are derived from human embryos. Instead, they come from botanicals. The idea is that plant stem cells contain a high concentration of proteins and enzymes that have the ability to protect and revitalize cells, essentially acting as an anti-aging powerhouse. I like to use green tea because it boosts antioxidant benefits.
What’s Special About 3D Zero Gravity Stem Cells?
Stem cells naturally release growth factors, fibroblasts, cytokines and other nutrients. The problem is, when cultured the traditional way – in an environment with gravity – the stem cells are fragile.
NASA scientists discovered that when they cultured stem cells in zero gravity, the stem cells improved cell-cell and cell-matrix communications. In layman’s terms: The cells closely mimicked our body’s natural structure and grew to be more robust and stable.
Basically, our 3D Zero-Gravity technology creates superior stem cells, making all other stem cell technology obsolete. For skin care, that means this method has improved the skin’s ability to rejuvenate and heal, leaving skin looking younger, fresher, and more lively.
We’re making huge advancements in health, medicine, and of course – BEAUTY – all thanks to this technology!
The Anti-Aging Benefits of 3D Stem Cells: The Results
This zero gravity experiment has been replicated in numerous space shuttle flights, including the International Space Station. And back here on Earth, there are hundreds of medical journal articles published on this technology. From the research gathered, stem cells, especially 3D stem cells, show promise in skin rejuvenation, reducing the effects of aging as well as treating skin conditions like eczema, dermatitis, and more.
In our independent clinical study with 30 test subjects, ages 35-60, users reported:
- 78.1% less noticeable wrinkles
- 84.4% visible reduction in fine lines
- 90.6% brighter more radiant looking skin
- 100% improvement in overall skin texture
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David Pollock and Malav Trivedi, PhD, NASA Cell Culture System Mimics Human Physiology: Effective Dermatological Applications (Fort Lauderdale: Brand Labs USA, 2021), 1-3.