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September 2018

Stimuli for skin stem cells for real skin rejuvenation

By | Discovery

The fruit of an old apple cultivar were used to establish a plant cell culture line. An extract of these cultured plant cells was tested on keratinocyte progenitor cells. The extract was found to greatly increase the colony-forming efficiency, indicating an enhancement of the stem cell characteristics. The same extract, incorporated at 2 percent into a vehicle cream, was tested in a clinical trial over 4 weeks on 20 subjects. The test cream significantly reduced wrinkle depth in the crow’s feet area. The positive effect on skin smoothness could also been shown on digital photos before and after treatment.

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An apple a day

By | Discovery

An apple stem cell extract has already been shown to maintain the youth of human skin stem cells. Now Daniel Schmid presents new studies performed with isolated human epidermal stem cells demonstrating how the extract improves the maintenance of epidermal stem cells.

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Safe ingredients to achieve Botox-like effect – Part 3 (Final)

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 3, and the final part of this series, we explore other safe ingredients which can produce Botox-like effect, hence assist in reversing the effects of aging.

Salicylic Acid reduces the chances of clog pore which may cause the small bumps on face. It is a gentle BHA that exfoliates the skin without stinging. As a result of its combination with acacia polysaccharides, salicylic acid remains on the surface of the skin to better target dead cells without descending into layers of living tissue. It is also effective in constricting skin pores, reducing sebum production and significantly improving the homogeneity and radiance of the complexion, the number of comedos and inflammatory lesions.

The overall result is further enhanced with Jojoba Oil, Vitamin B5 (D-panthenol) and Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate).

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What you should look for in your feminine hygiene wash

By | Health Tips

When looking for a feminine hygiene wash, keep an eye out for these ingredients. These ingredients, present in Neil Armayan’s Biosol, help in taking care of a woman’s most sensitive region.

Anti-Bacterial Agent
Your feminine hygiene was should have anti-bacterial agent, O-Cymen-5-Ol, which apart from having good anti-microbial property, it is low irritant or sensitizing action.

Pueraria Mirifica Root Extract
Pueraria Mirifica is a type of hard vine that grows up and climbs around large trees. In an online search, Pueraria Mirifica is regarded as a “Fountain of Youth”. Phytoestrogen and Miroestrogen are the main chemical substances in the plant. Pueraria Mirifica imitates the human estrogen that is a natural body compound affecting the human body, including growth and maintenance of all female sex characteristics. Therefore, when Pueraria Mirifica is applied it can help replace lost estrogen and rejuvenate the specific area.

Hydroxypropyltrimonium Honey
Is an effective honey derived ingredient that provides unique moisturizing, softening and smoothing benefits. Conditions skin for a healthier appearance.

Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate
Glycyrrhizinate Dipotassium is a widely used anti-inflammatory agent isolated from the licorice root. It can effectively prevent inflammation to happen when skin was stimulated.

It provides a refreshing sensation after wash.

The Main Ingredient – Prebiotic
The main ingredient you should look out for, however, is prebiotic which is able to create a healthy environment.

Prebiotic stimulates the growth of good bacteria, it maintains and helps to rebuild our friendship with the useful organisms. Its bioselectivity enables it to restrict the growth of harmful bacteria and protects the skin ecosystem by keeping it constant and restoring the balance such that it reverts back to its normal state.

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