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Stem Cells in Skin Care

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Stem Cells in Skin Care

Discover What Plant and Fruit Stem Cells Can Do for Your Skin

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Botanicals and the essence of fruits have been used in baths, creams, and perfumes since the beginning of time. Now, thanks to years of research and development, plant and fruit stem cell technology can deliver skin-changing benefits in the form of powerful antioxidants, anti-inflammation and sebum-regulating activity. The neat thing about stem cells is the fact that they never undergo the aging process. When applied topically to the skin, plant or fruit stem cells mingle with our skin cells and start influencing their behavior in a positive way. Read on to learn about some of the newest skin care products utilizing stem cell technology and how they can help your skin.

If you’ve stopped by the Origins counter recently you may have heard about their new Plantscription line. The Origins Plantscription SPF 25 Anti-Aging Cream uses raspberry plant stem cells as the main ingredient. The product claims to correct fine lines and wrinkles, as well as improving the firmness of the skin and making its overall texture much smoother. Available at most department stores, this product has received rave reviews from consumers.

Eclos Skincare is using apple stem cell technology in their products. Scientists have found that these particular stem cells revive the skin’s own dormant stem cells and help bring new lift and energy to the epidermis (the outermost layers of the skin). Recharging these epidermal cells makes the skin more responsive to all other skincare products being applied, thereby making them much more effective and greatly enhancing the results. Try the Eclos 6-Piece Starter Kit, which is available in most drugstores.

MyChelle Dermaceuticals newest addition is a line called Pure Harmony. The Pure Harmony Cream is a deeply hydrating, restorative face cream that utilizes stem cells from the gardenia plant. These stem cells have been shown to improve the texture of the skin and help to balance the tone. This product was specifically designed for the driest of skin types. You can find it at most health food stores or online.

Andalou Naturals has come out with a new product for oily acne-prone skin, called Aloe + Willow Bark Pore Minimizer. Using a mix of aloe and other herbal stem cells, it encourages the pores to become smaller over time and also keeps the pores from retaining dead skin cells, which is what leads to acne and blackheads in the first place. Aloe stem cells also have the unique ability to regulate the amount of oil the pores are producing. This product can be used on a small section of the face (the nose, for example) or all over. Noticeable results can be seen in less than a week. The pore minimizer can be found in health food stores and online.

Plant and fruit stem cells are a promising new technology, offering new hope for all of our skin issues. Let’s keep an eye on this extremely interesting trend and see what sprouts up next.

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Faith, I just wanted to let U know I got that Mychelle cream you talk about, for my mom and she absolutely loves it! She wanted me to tell you how lucky we are to have access to an expert like you. This comment has been removed.
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Thanks Faith for bringing this article to my attention. I have been using alternative medicines and trying to eat organic foods so why not use these skin products. Great article! This comment has been removed.
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I have actually used that raspberry stemcell cream from origins and I love it! I'll have to look into some of those others you mentioned. This comment has been removed.
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We hear so much about stem cells and I am glad to hear that they are able to put it to good use in our skincare products. I will definitely try these products out. Thanks again for another fascinating article. This comment has been removed.
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@RoryGautsche MyChelle is a great line. Check out their site www.mychelle.com This comment has been removed.
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I would be interested in trying the MyChelle line. I'm a big fan of Origins and the Plantscription line is great! Great article, I need to look more in health food stores for my skincare. This comment has been removed.
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just by looking at the pic..I knew this is AlOE vera plant...aloe is good for Hair also not only for skin!..I have been using this to make my hair thicker and blacker back in High school and elementary..but after that aloe plant are rare already in our place...and I have seen it yesterday from Dr.Oz show..that its also good for preventing Cancer...!! Nice article Faith ;-) This comment has been removed.
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@cr8suspence Lilac stem cells are the best type to treat cystic acne. I would recommend Organic Stem Cell Cream for Acne by Emerge Labs. You can find it on Amazon. This comment has been removed.
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I've seen bits & pieces about different applications of stem cells in the past but this is the first I've heard about skin care products & I am totally intrigued & hopeful reading of the benefits you mention here Faith!...I will definitely be looking into trying some of these products out in hopes of slowing down or maybe even reversing some of my age related skin worries....Thanks for submitting another great & Informative article to help us Tazzies stay up on the latest skincare innovations! This comment has been removed.
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GoodFaith: I have a question for you.
My younger sister has acne, the inflammed kind. Your recommending that Andolou product. I would get that for her, but she really doesn't have oily skin. Could she still benefit from it anyway or is there another type of stem cell that would calm the inflammation of her specific type of acne. Thank you so much in advance. Your articles and advice are always so helpful to everyone.
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i would definitely try this..very helpful=)thanks.. This comment has been removed.
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@ltlangie The stem cells from the gardenia plant will begin to encourage the pores to create more of its own sebum overtime-if that answers your question:) This comment has been removed.
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Very intriguing. I will have to try. The Origins product sounds great. This comment has been removed.
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Glad I stopped by to read this blog. I have a question about the Pure Harmony line. Does the Gardenia stem cells actually start regulating the pores to make more natural skin oils or is the cream itself doing all the hydrating? Thnx. This comment has been removed.
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We can always count on you to bring us the latest and greatest in the skincare arena. I saw that Eclos brand at the Walgreens the other day, but didn't know it was from apple stem cells. I think I am going to give that one a try. This comment has been removed.
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