Most frequent questions and answers
Mesenchymal stem cells originating from bone marrow are the most powerful and versatile population in your body, able to transform into myriad cell types to fight injury and inflammation. As they leave the bone marrow and travel throughout the body, these stem cells act as command and control centers, directing the process of healing to minimize overall damage.
Growth factors extracted from adult bone marrow contain anti-inflammatory growth factors at high percentages, making them ideal for healthy skin.
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No, neither. Our stem cells are sourced only from the bone marrow of young, healthy, pre-screened adult donors. Stem cell cytokines also contain none of the original cell parts themselves, only the beneficial growth factors they produce.
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are special types of stem cells that are pluripotent and can differentiate into a variety of cell types including bone, cartilage, and muscles. They direct reparative biochemical functions by secreting a pattern of biosignals called cytokines, which begin a chain of communication with other cells to perform tasks that are orchestrated by the MSCs. The concentration and specific cytokine patterns they generate depends on the physiologic role from where they are sourced. This means that adipose-derived stem cells are programmed to produce new fat cells, and bone marrow stem cells are programmed to migrate to injuries and to regenerate new bone, tissue, or cartilage. However, in labs they can be manipulated and triggered to perform specific tasks regardless of their origin, such as generating elastin or fibroblasts despite originating from bone marrow.
All bone marrow stem cells used to cultivate our biosignals and growth factors are from adult female donors. They are ethically sourced from state of the art, certified laboratories.
Plant stem cells do not produce signals that can communicate with human cells, and human cells do not have receptors for plant biochemicals. Because they cannot communicate with each other, plant stem cells are unable to influence human cellular activity or stimulate a direct cellular response to grow new tissue, such as collagen. Plant stem cells act as antioxidants in skincare products, and—like many antioxidants commercially available—can offer an anti-inflammatory effect, protect against UV-induced oxidative stress, and can nourish skin cells. The American Academy of Dermatology has outlined the role plant stem cells play in skincare. https://www.aad.org/media/news-releases/new-technology-could-make-antioxidants-in-skin-care-products-more-effective