Stem Cell Facials

Stem Cell Facials

What are Stem Cell Facials?

Micro needling

What is Micro Needling?

Microneedling is a minimally invasive regenerative medicine cosmetic procedures that involves using a handheld device with tiny, sterilized needles to create precise, microscopic punctures in the skin. This process stimulates the skin’s natural healing response, leading to increased collagen and elastin production, which helps improve skin texture, reduce fine lines, wrinkles, acne scarring, and other skin concerns. The treatment is typically performed on the face, but it can also be done on other areas, such as the legs, back, neck, and other regions with damaged or aging skin. Microneedling is considered less expensive and more effective than some other cosmetic procedures, like laser treatments.

Stem Cell Facials with micro needling

Stem Cell Facials with growth factors  is the new botox.

Stem Cell Factors are not stem cells but instead are molecules derived from stem cells that bind to collagen molecules and stimulate the production of more collagen.  These molecules are naturally occurring and have little to no known side effects.  Micro-needling is used to make microscopic punctures of the epidermis and allows for the serum containing the stem cell factors to penetrate the skin and stimulate the collagen to produce more collagen, thus filling in the lines and wrinkles naturally. 

We recommend that you have 4 sessions one week apart for maximum benefit.  Generally you will begin to see results in 2-3 weeks and reach maximum effect after 2 months.  The results last about a year so it is recommended that you do a “tune up” once a year to keep your body producing collagen.

Micro-needling with Umbilical Cord Stem Cells

We use the same micro needling technique as both plain micro needling and micro needling with Stem Cell Factors.  The primary difference which makes this technique more effective than any other is the use of live stem cells derived from the umbilical cord blood of live birth umbilical cords. Live cord blood is the best quality of stems cells available on the market.

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are multipotent stem cells derived from adult stem cells. Primary MSCs can be obtained from diverse sources, including bone marrow, adipose tissue, and umbilical cord blood. Recently, MSCs have been recognized as therapeutic agents for skin regeneration and rejuvenation. The skin can be damaged by wounds, caused by cutting or breaking of the tissue, and burns.

Moreover, skin aging is a process that occurs naturally but can be worsened by environmental pollution, exposure to ultraviolet radiation, alcohol consumption, tobacco use, and undernourishment. MSCs have healing capacities that can be applied in damaged and aged skin. In skin regeneration, MSCs increase cell proliferation and neovascularization, and decrease inflammation in skin injury lesions. 

While live blood stem cells are more expensive, they generally only require two treatments and last longer than any other procedure.

Stem Cell Facials

How it works

Known for their regenerative function and incredible therapeutic potential, growth factors (GFs) have proven to be critical for the stimulation of growth and proliferation in living cells. GFs are natural signaling molecules excreted by various cells, particularly fibroblasts. Fibroblasts are the most common cells of connective tissue.

Today the topical application of growth factors is recognized for its many benefits. Immunologist and inventor, Ahmed Al-Qahtani, Ph.D., studied growth factors while researching the stages of wound healing in third degree burn patients. He found the complexity and coordination of the cell signaling molecules have a direct effect on cell proliferation, migration, chemotaxis and angiogenesis in the healing phases. Their ability to easily penetrate bare skin and enhance the immune response triggers secretion of other vital growth factors necessary to repair the skin.

The NIH recently reported that using stem cells for skin rejuvenation was highly effective.  Read the article here.

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