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August 2018

Safe ingredients to achieve Botox-like effect – Part 2

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This is a series of articles showcasing safe ingredients which produce Botox-like effects. All these ingredients are present in Neil Armayan’s Revesol.

In Part 2 of this series, we explore Acetyl Hexapeptide-8.

Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 relaxes facial tension leading to the reduction in facial lines and wrinkles with regular use. It is a safer, cheaper, and milder alternative to Botulinum neurotoxin, topically targeting the same wrinkle-formation mechanism in a very different way. It can be incorporated in cosmetic formulations such as emulsions, gels, sera, creams, etc., where reduction of the deep lines or wrinkles in the forehead or around the eyes area is desired.

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Safe ingredients to achieve Botox-like effect – Part 1

By | Health Tips

This is a series of articles showcasing safe ingredients which produce Botox-like effects. All these ingredients are present in Neil Armayan’s Revesol.

In Part 1 of this series, we explore Hyaluronic Sphere (Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate).

This technology of Hyaluronic Sphere is a pure hyaluronic acid microsphere which helps to smooth away deep wrinkles. These spheres are dehydrated at first, and fill up with water within the skin. This hydration process causes a change in volume proportional to the spheres’ moisture-retaining capacity. These Spheres produce a rapid, noticeable smoothing of deep wrinkles. It also provides long lasting hydration.

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Swiss Apple Stem Cell

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Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture Extract (Swiss Apple Stem Cell) is Revesol‘s active ingredient is sourced from a longliving rare and endangered Swiss apple. It is developed using advanced biotechnology to cultivate the cells from rare plants. It helps to protect the longevity of skin stem cells. It also offers protection of the skin stem cells. It will help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and helps combat chronological aging. It also helps to rejuvenate skin and maintain the power of regeneration.

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So, what is stem cell research?

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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. The real beauty of stem cells, however, is that they have the amazing ability to develop into many different types of cells.

Where skincare 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.

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.

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. This unique and precise extraction technology can drive the cost of these products to $100 and upward.

Research suggests that stem cells can promote the production of collagen, the skin’s firming protein. Stem cell research is here to stay with its miracle-like effects.