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Apple Stem Cells, a breakthrough for anti-aging products, help to slow the signs of aging by ensuring the longevity of healthy skin cells. Epigenetic factors and metabolites activate skin stem cells to help delay the aging of skin and begin skin rejuvenation. In clinical trials on the crow’s feet area of the eyes, they were found to reduce the depth of wrinkles by 15% in four weeks. The plant stem cells are incorporated into the Alphasomal® delivery system along with other active ingredients to effectively deliver them to the target area.
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An in-vitro test was conducted on umbilical cord blood stem cells with Malus Domestica stem cell extract which is the active component of PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica. Umbilical cord blood stem cells (UCBSC) are the “youngest” safely available stem cells for research. The influence of Malus Domestica stem cell extract on UCBSC artificial growth was evaluated by counting the cell number after incubation. Results showed that Malus Domestica stem cell extract has a positive effect on UCBSC’s artificial growth thus maintaining the growth and the proliferative activity of UCBSC.
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Global skin of color is the ultimate future snapshot of your skin care clientele. Skin care professionals who ignore the phenomenon of the multitude of skin races are out of touch with the reality concerning the trends that will dictate their esthetic careers in the near future, and will miss the opportunity to learn how to work with this ever-increasing population successfully. Skin care professionals must prepare for this prospect, and learn to recognize what is appropriate and inappropriate concerning skin treatments, ingredients and products for skin of color.
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The skin care industry is fast approaching a watershed moment in the treatment of aging skin. Increasingly, scientific evidence suggests that many of today’s trademark treatments may actually exacerbate the conditions they’re designed to treat in the long term, thanks to a phenomenon known as inflammaging. This previously unknown consequence poses a challenge to product developers who must adapt their formulations to meet shifting consumer demands or risk losing their shares of the market.