Plant stem Cells technology boosts the Anti-aging skin care market!

How modern science meets nature to render the best possible results

As with the human body, plants also have stem cells according to their environment, and they will differentiate into one of the parts of the plant (stem, leaf, a flower, etc …). Plant stem cells from the heart of plants are rare cells with remarkable properties.

Stem cells are very valuable special cells present in very small numbers in virtually all tissues, including the skin. These are the only cells able to divide throughout life to generate new skin cells. Thus, the epidermis is renewed. As we age, vitality and number of epidermal stem cells decreases, the epidermis is renewed more quickly and also wrinkles appear. The use of human stem cells is very controversial…..Enter plants. Plant stem cells are absolutely harmless to humans. They are grown under sterile conditions, where the transmission of diseases is discarded and where no genetically modified organism is used. They have been proven to do wonders on our skin and deliver some awesome results in the fight against aging skin. Of note is White Horseround (Marrubium vulgare) which soothing and anti-inflammatory properties were already described by Pliny the Elder, the Greek physician Dioscorides and more recently by Linnaeus.

Currently its stem cells are used for protection against our environment and pollution PROTECTS the skin cells from the penetration of pollutants and genetic ravage. REMOVES and neutralises the toxic oxidant species that damage proteins and lipid Reduces Blackheads and comedones STRENGTHENS the skin barrier, stimulates the skin’s natural antioxidants. REPAIRS the cell metabolism by replenishing the energy level and reducing the inflammation on skin. Overall helping our skin to look radiant on a daily basis.

Maya Hyppolite




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