The stem cells are the mother cells from which all the other cells are growing. The stem cells have a unique growth characteristic which stimulates new cells to grow due to the presence of many types of growth factors in them.
Types Stem Cells in the Human Skin
In the human skin, two types of adult stem cells have been identified:
- Epithelial skin stem cells which are located in the basal layer of the epidermis.
- Hair bulge stem cells located in the hair follicle.
Epidermal stem cells maintain the balance of cells for a young and healthy skin, by regenerating tissue and replacing damages during injury. But with age, the number of skin stem cells decreases and their ability to repair the skin becomes less.
Malus Domestica (The Apple Tree)
Malus Domestica fruit (The Apple) is having long-living and most potent plant stem cells. So they are famous for their excellent storability and thus its longevity potential. This unique composition of self-renewal growth characteristics can stimulate dormant skin cells, making them refreshed and younger. They can extend the life of human cells with their longevity properties, which contribute to healthy cell duration and age-delaying protection.
This plant has totipotent stem cells, which can regenerate new organs (leave, flower, seed…) or even the whole plant. As they have the differentiating capacity also, they can become another stem cell, which can maintain the self-renewal capacity.
The revolutionary anti-aging active ingredient from their stem cells are extracted by a high-tech plant nano cell culture technology.
- Stimulate healthy cell regeneration and renewal
- Increases life of skin stem cells
- Increases the blood flow and nutrition to the skin
- Slow chronological aging of skin, by delaying aging of essential cells