Apple Stem Cells & Human Stem Cells?
First some education.
Human Stem Cells as you may have heard in the news the last few years are part of what is responsible for our healing capabilities. Stems Cells have a very unique ability, they can replicate and change into any cell they come in contact with.
The Skin is full of stem cells, but the problem with stem cells and human cells is as they replicate they tend to degrade over time. Think of it like your work place printer, as you make a copy of a document, the first one comes out almost identical, but as you make a copy of a copy of a copy… degradation starts to happen. Fast forward to a thousand copies and the image starts to become very lossy and grainy. This is called ageing in human beings…as our cells replicate, they lose some of that youthful first copy information and this leads to wrinkles, fine lines, crow’s feet…etc. etc.
Stem cells present in your epidermis are responsible for repairing, healing, and creating new skin cells, but over time their number and efficiency degrades. Science is now giving us a way to replace old stem cells with new stem cells and research has shown clinically proven results of rejuvenated skin cells. Actual epigenetic results, since stem cells have the ability to change and replicate into any cell they come in contact with, just like your copier can make a copy of any photo you feed it.
This is where Apple Stem Cells come into play, created by Mibelle Biochemistry. Science has now proven that donated stem cells can replace ageing stem cells in patients, stimulating growth, new stem cell production, and help repair and reverse (epigenetic) your older damaged copies of cells back to a more youthful copy. Like placing the original photo back in your printer. Stem cells hold great promise for medicine in the future, so expect more discoveries to be found regarding their powerful results.
So how do Plant Stem Cells actually work in my Skincare?
Of course plant stem cells are not human stem cells, but mother nature always has a way. When new stem cells are born, they are born blank, un-programmed, like the blank paper in your printer, waiting for that new image to be printed on it. Scientific techniques have been developed to harvest these blank stem cells from the callus of a plant (Plant callus is a growing mass of unorganized plant parenchyma cells. In living plants, it’s the cells that cover a plant wound, like when you break a blade of grass, it’s basically scar tissue). These blank callus stem cells haven’t been programmed yet and have the ability to become any specific plant cell – which leads to the tremendous potential they have for our skin cells.
What is the Uttwiler Spatlauber Stem Cell?
The Uttwiler Spatlauber apple is a Swiss apple that was created during the 1800's by farmers to defend against famine, prevent spoiling and last as long as possible. Swiss researchers eventually discovered why this particular apple has tremendous longevity. Their stem cells have a unique property in which they don’t degrade nearly as fast as they replicate, they have a much longer life span than those of other known plants, which is why they remain fresh much longer than those from other trees.
Scientists at Mibelle Biochemistry soon had the idea to study the results of applying Uttwiler Spatlauber apple stem cells to human stem cells. The results showed that a concentration of only 0.1% was able to rapidly increase the quantity of human stem cells by up to 80%. Source - Source2
“The anti-wrinkle effect of PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica was studied in a clinical trial with 20 subjects (aged 37 to 64). An emulsion with 2% PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica was applied to the crow's feet area over 28 days. The results showed a significant, visible reduction in wrinkles in 100% of the subjects.” Source2
Preserves the ability to form new epidermal tissue!
“Young, vital epidermal stem cells can form a complete, multi-layer epidermis in laboratory conditions. When this experiment is conducted on older stem cells, these no longer multiply and no epidermis is formed. These stem cells are depleted and have reached the end of their life-cycle. If, however, Malus Domestica stem cell extract is added to cultivate the stem cells, even “old” stem cells can still generate a stratified epidermis. Under the influence of Malus Domestica stem cell extract, the epidermal stem cells retain their vitality longer and are capable of forming new tissue and renew the skin.” Source2
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