Many skin-care brands have latched onto the promise of stem-cell science to reverse aging, but Hal Simeroth argues they’ve delivered little. His new natural skin-care brand, Stemology, is out to change that.
Simeroth explained that the stem-cell by-products that have been used for beauty purposes often can’t penetrate the skin and don’t have the power to reinvigorate mature skin. He stressed Stemology’s so-called StemCore-3 technology doesn’t have those downsides. Rather than containing DNA or unwieldy stem cells, it has cytokinal peptides, growth factors and proteins derived from human adult stem cells, plant stem-cell and botanical extracts, and antioxidants.
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