Stem Cell Technology Becoming A Part of Skin CareOur stem cells are these amazing cells that can turn into any kind of cell in the body. My best friend is currently going through stem cell therapy for her cancer. But who knew (well I guess Suzanne Somers knew) that stem cells can serve as a repair system for many types of the body.
Most of us think of stem cells and think of embryonic cells. But these are not the stem cells that I'm talking about. Not like the ones I talked about the "flavor" companies using to bring you back for more soda pop, etc. I'm talking about adult stem cells that have been separated in the lab. I found this so interesting that I've ordered up some of this product, Luminesce, to use on my face and see if holds up to the promise of the photos I've seen online. You see, I have an adorable daughter that is growing up too fast, and I want to be young and vibrant to keep up with her.
Dr Newman formulated this product using a patent pending Adult Stem Cell Technology process that he developed himself. We think of it as a "fountain of youth" in a bottle. It is rich with over 200 growth factors, and sinks into the skin, and communicates with your mature cells, encouraging them to retain moisture, step up production of collagen and other proteins that might be deficient in aging skin, and repair damaged cells.
So we'll see here soon because I ordered it today.
What is Luminesce made out of??
The ingredients are:
Adipose Derived Adult Stem Cell Conditioned Media, Purified Water, Glycerin, Saccharomyces Lysate Extract, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Gluconolactone (and) Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Hyaluronate, Xanthan Gum, DL-Panthenol, Sodium PCA, Allantoin, Superoxide Dismutase, Sodium Hydroxide.
I've added below a two minute video where they talk about the stem cells, Dr. Nathan Newman talks about this repairitive, regenerative abilities, and the technology that they've utilized.
So let's see if I let the stem cells seek out and change my skin. I am most interested in if it can repair the under eye area, and the one scar I have under my eye from childhood. Should be a fun experiment to say the least. You can learn more at www.BombshellJeunesse.com.