What is all this hub-bub about Apple Stem Cell Therapy to fight aging skin? Let’s explore this a bit. All the cells in our bodies are programmed for different functions and appearances. Although differentiated cells vary widely in purpose and appearance, they all have one thing in common: they all come with a built-in operational limit. Once the cells continue to divide and because each division runs the risk of lethal DNA mutation, the epidermal (or skin) stem cell population can become depleted. After so many divisions, they lose their ability to divide and must be replaced. When this happens, lost or dying skin cells begin to outnumber their replacements and the skin’s health and appearance start to decline. This is where stem cells come in.
There are plant cells that have become the main focus for an exciting new wave of regenerative medicine (repairing damaged or diseased tissues and organs using advanced techniques like stem cell therapy and tissue engineering). A very rare apple in Switzerland ( the Uttwiler Spatlauber is an endangered apple variety that was well-known for its excellent storability and thus its longevity potential) has been identified and isolated and scientists have obtained an extract from the leaf of one of these trees to produce a special anti-aging stem cell extract. These apples contain highly active stem cells.
So we now have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of this amazing technology that has changed how many skin creams are turning back the clock for our skin and our appearance. Although there are many products that now use apple stem cells, my favorite is IMAGE SKINCARE – The Ageless MAX serum, MAX Cream and MAX Eye Cream. Follow the link below for all the info: Stem Cell Research and Information