Stem Cell in Skin Care

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,  and date palms. Extracts of these stem cells—not the live cells themselves—are added to skin-care products.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.



They are found throughout our bodies, where they can play an essential role in tissue renewal.  For healthy skin, these stem cells make up about 10% of the basal layer (lowest layer) of the epidermis. 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. 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. When a company says that its product contains stem cells, what it really means is that the product contains the growth factors and signaling molecules that have been extracted from the stem cells. Not the whole stem cells themselves. The messaging molecules that are harvested from stem cells provides antioxidant protection, protects skin from photo damage by absorbing UV radiation, protect skin from other types of oxidative damage, provide stimulation to epidermal stem cells, and increases the longevity of skin cells.

Uneven Skin Tone And Solutions

Hyperpigmentation is a condition that causes the skin to darken. It can occur in small patches. And it can cover large areas or affect the entire body. This condition usually isn’t harmful, but it can be a symptom of another medical condition.The main causes of uneven skin tone are hyperpigmentation, sun spots, hormones and discolouration due to… Continue Reading

Cold Weather Beauty Tips to Get Through The Winter

– Use skin oil and serums before applying your moisturizer. Incorporate a skin oil or serum for hydration, increased nourishment and skin brightness this winter. They also help in strengthening skin cells. Using a moisturizer with vitamin D during the winter will give your skin a protective barrier and help to restore the levels lost during the gray… Continue Reading

Skin Cancer

What causes skin cancer? Skin cancer is the most prevalent form of all cancers in the U.S. and the number of cases continues to rise. It is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells. This rapid growth results in tumors, which are either benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). There are three main types of skin… Continue Reading

Collagen Shot

Want skin that looks just like all the A-list celebrates ? With I-Images collagen shots you can reduce 63% of wrinkles and fine lines in 30 days. Checks out the clip below and see for yourself Collagen is revolutionary EASY-TO-DRINK beauty liquid that helps rebuild and strengthen skin.   ARE YOU BATTLING WITH AGING SKIN? Collagen… Continue Reading


Sleep Wrinkles and Aging Skin Goesel Anson, MD, FACS, Michael A.C. Kane, MD, and Val Lambros, MD, FACS, published an article in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal (September 2016) in which they discuss the role of sleep wrinkles in aging skin, which differ from expression wrinkles in that they are caused by mechanical compression, shear and… Continue Reading

PCA Chemical Peel

PCA Peel  is formulated as a unique peeling option for all patients including those with highly sensitive skin. The PCA solution will improve surface texture and brighten the skin while helping to promote an even skin tone. This multi-faceted and skin-brightening treatment is an excellent option for sensitive skin and higher Fitzpatrick skin types. This… Continue Reading

What is Peptide?

Collagen plays an important role in how skin ages at collagen is the support structure that gives our skin a firm, young appearance. When levels remain plentiful, our skin looks young and fresh. When levels decline and lose that support and wrinkles begin to form. While wrinkle-filling injections can temporarily fill in the gaps, some researchers believe that… Continue Reading

Cold sore and skin care

Cold sores, sometimes called fever blisters are groups of small blisters on the lip and around the mouth. The skin around the blisters is often red, swollen, and sore. The blisters may break open, leak a clear fluid, and then scab over after a few days. They usually heal in several days to 2 weeks. Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). There… Continue Reading

Stretch marks

Anatomy of a Stretch Mark Men and women can get stretch marks on several parts of their bodies, including the belly, thighs, hips, breasts, upper arms, and lower back. The marks form in the dermis, the middle layer of skin that allows it to retain its shape. When constantly stretched, the dermis can break down, leaving stretch marks behind.This kind… Continue Reading