Experience beautifying benefits of a ‘ stem cell facial’ at MD Beauty Labs

Stem cell therapy has been used by doctors since as early as the 16th century to heal damaged cells and/or tissue. In the past 10 years, modern medicine has again started using this process, instead of chemicals to treat illness and/or suppress it.

A new stem cell facial therapy uses stem cells derived from sheeps placenta. The placenta and umbilical cord tissue cells are ethically harvested from sheep, post birth so there is absolutely no harm to animals.

The pluripotent stem cells are extremely nutrient-rich, and very similar to embryonic stem cells. This means that they have the ability to repair every type of cell in the body.

When applied in sufficient concentrations, large numbers of bio-active stem cells immediately de-age the skin by stimulating the dermal layer to produce increased levels of collagen and elastic fibers.

This can be described as skin food that provides cellular renewal, reduces inflammation and hydrates the skin.

Its a new skin rejuvenation treatment that produces results comparable to those derived from skin-rejuvenating lasers but without the extended recovery period or steep cost.

The treatment is delivered via a device called the Eclipse micropen. This automated microneedling instrument vertically penetrates the outer layer of skin with a vibrating motion. The techniques pinpoint delivery system stimulates revitalizing collagen production, minus the downtime associated with other collagen-increasing protocols.

Since the needling is automated, patient discomfort is also minimized.

Before the microneedling, the patients skin is numbed with a topical anaesthetic. Next, highly effective medical, topical serums or creams are applied to the skin, depending on the each individual patients needs.

For example, bleaching creams are used for patients with hyperpigmentation or hyaluronic acid for hydration and plumping of the skin.

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Experience beautifying benefits of a ‘ stem cell facial’ at MD Beauty Labs

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