HOW DO STEM CELL FACIALS WORK?
In the past stem cells were mostly extracted from fetal tissue, a practice that many people found ethically problematic. Today, stem cell techniques have evolved and scientists are able to cultivate plant and animal stem cells in laboratories. Stem cells are incredibly unique because they have the potential to transform into any kind of cell type within the body and they can also regenerate and multiply. These characteristics are the reasons why so many scientists are love working with stem cells. Stem cells are used to fight illness or disease and they can help the body regrow damaged tissue and heal itself from the inside out.
As stem cells can replace damaged heart or liver cells, they can also regenerate skin cells. As we age, the integrity of cell walls diminishes and our skin becomes wrinkled, losing its elasticity, plumpness and radiance. A topical application of stem cells can breathe new life into aging skin and help your body replace damaged cells with new, more youthful looking skin cells.
Stem cells can restore both the youthful contour and shape of the face as well as a marked improvement in skin quality, tightness and color irregularities caused by the aging process as well as exposure to the sun and environment. Clients might avoid or markedly reduce the need for other maintenance procedures like Botox and cosmetic filler injections.