Stem Cell Cream and Moisturizer
Our Stem Cell Moisturizer is the perfect compliment to the Gold Serum.
The ingredients we chose for the moisturizer tell the story. The Hyaluronic Acid moisturizes and hydrates the skin, smoothing out wrinkles in the process. The Aloe Vera Gel is a natural barrier that shields your skin from dangerous toxins. It relieves inflammation, redness, soothes itching and gives the skin that extra glow. The Grape Seed Extract is known for its high antioxidant levels.
A divine moisturizing solution, rich in organic extracts and gentle aloe vera. Our advanced formula naturally replenishes moisture after washing your face, and leaves your skin feeling nourished and smooth throughout the day. Stem Cell Moisturizer is the perfect complement to Stem Cell Daily Gold Serum as part of your effortless skincare routine.
Kiwi Seed Oil helps skin retain moisture and relieves dry skin problems.
Lavender is a healing agent that stimulates cell growth, reduces inflammation
and prevents scarring and fights acne.
Stem cell cream can be applied morning and night after gently washing your face. For best results, use stem cell cream after applying the Stem Cell Gold Serum.
Ingredients: Hyaluronic Acid, O-Placenta™ Ovine Placenta Extract, Aloe Vera Gel, Grape Seed Extract, Kiwi Seed Oil, and Lavender
Packaging: 1oz/30ml JAR
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why Stem Cells?
“Stem cells are basically the ground zero for cell growth,” says celebrity skinkeeper Joanna Vargas. “Collagen production slows down as we age, and stem cell creams are a great way to produce collagen and keep the skin looking youthful.”
What are Stem Cells?
Multicellular organisms (plants, fruits, animals, humans) have stem cells. They are found throughout our bodies, where they can play an essential role in tissue renewal. Stem cells just below the surface of the skin can help with restorative functions, such as cellular regeneration, and may ultimately enhance the capacity to repair aging skin, says Gilbert. The real beauty of stem cells, however, is that they have the amazing ability to develop into many different types of cells. Where skin care is concerned, the theory is that by applying a product that contains stem-cell extracts derived from plants or fruits, you may encourage the growth of your skin’s own stem cells and possibly trigger their anti-aging effects.
Where Do Stem Cells Come From?
The stem cells in beauty products are obtained primarily from plants and fruits that can stay fresh for a long time, like Swiss apples, edelweiss, roses, date palms, and gotu kola (a swamp plant). Extracts of these stem cells—not the live cells themselves—are added to skin-care products. “It’s not possible to maintain live stem cells in cosmetic emulsions,” says Zoe Diana Draelos, a consulting professor of dermatology at the Duke University School of Medicine, in Durham, North Carolina. If a product is labeled as a stem cell cream or serum, you may see some of the stem cell’s key substances, such as ferulic acid, ellagic acid, and quercetin, listed on the ingredient panel. “To yield the most potent, stable extract, the fruits and the plants that are the source of the stem cells must be cultivated in a controlled environment, without any contaminants,” says Draelos. This unique and precise extraction technology can drive the cost of stem cell cream products to $100 and upward.
How Do Plant Stem Cells Benefit Human Skin?
In recent years, researchers have identified naturally occurring botanicals with substantial antioxidant activity proven to protect skin stem cells from UV-induced oxidative stress, inhibit inflammation, neutralize free radicals and reverse the effects of photoaging. Consequently, cosmeceutical products such as stem cell cream containing extracts derived from plant stem cells have the ability to promote healthy cell proliferation and protect against UV-induced cellular damage in humans. In contrast to epidermal stem cells, plant stem cells are totipotent, meaning they are capable of regenerating an entirely new, whole plant. Through innovative plant stem cell technology, scientists are able to extract tissue from botanicals. Thus, the plant’s ability to regenerate stem cells can be harnessed for use in humans. The use of stem cells derived from botanicals for stem cell cream, rather than human stem cells, avoids the controversy surrounding the source or methods of extraction of human stem cells while still harnessing the potential of these intriguing cells.
How Can Extracts Enhance Stem Cell Cream Topical Products?
Currently, much of the scientific research focuses on the use of dietary botanicals. However, many researchers acknowledge the potential benefits of their use in sunscreens, skin care topical stem cell cream and moisturizing creams. The key to developing effective cosmeceutical products is recognizing that the various plants have different properties as well as different mechanisms of action. Thus, stem cell cream products should be formulated to target the specific botanical’s effects. As an example, both grape seed and verbascoside have been proven to protect skin from UV oxidative stress. Using sunscreens in conjunction with phyto stem cell-rich ingredients harnesses the photoprotective properties of these plants, which may be useful in providing additional prevention against UV-induced skin damage and other skin disorders caused by UV radiation. Additionally, these stem cell-rich botanicals are known to inhibit inflammation and combat destructive free radical injury that leads to photoaging.
Plant stem cell extracts scientifically proven to work can be incorporated into cosmeceutical products like stem cell cream that hold the promise of not only stimulating the proliferation of human skin stem cells, but also protecting the skin from UV-induced oxidative damage.