The Science Behind Skin Cell Restoration

The key to healthier skin lies within


Endogenous stem cells in the dermis and epidermis renew and replace skin cells, including keratinocytes, fibroblasts, and melanocytes


  • Skin has the largest repository of stem cells in the body


  • Even though the number of stem cells within skin remains relatively constant overtime, aging can lead to infrequent stem cell differentiative divisions


  • Infrequent stem cell differentiative divisions and the associated inadequate production of skin cells and essential elements (eg. collagen and elastin) contribute to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and thinner skin