STEM CELL THERAPY (FIBROBLAST)
As the skin gets older, the fibroblasts – the cells that produce collagen and elastin – also age and wear off. Young stem cells are produced by the elderly cells in the stem cell therapy and these young stem cells are instilled back to the target areas of the skin.
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Effective stem cell therapy is a based on native cells of the person. In the stem cell therapy, a lentil-sized skin piece is taken from the nape or the forearm and grown in a special culture medium for approximately 3 weeks. It takes 3 to 4 weeks in average to produce young skin stem cells from the elderly ones. The produced stem cells are received in a special liquid. These stem cells can be administered on all areas of the aged skin, including face, hand, neck, décolleté, arms, and legs. Three sessions are performed at one-month interval.
• There is no risk of tissue rejection, allergy or infection, as it is derived from native cells.
• There is no risk of animal-derived disease.
• It is permanent and long-lasting.
• It does not move to anywhere other than the injection site.
Stem cell therapy is an option for everyone with skin aging. However, it is usually reserved for people with severely worn skin who have had other treatments and could not get benefit. It is usually administered to those who are old and have serious skin deformity. Although the effectiveness of the stem cell therapy depends on the skin problem and the age of the person, the benefits of the skin care products should not be ignored. The effect sustains for 2 years in average.
In men, the skin aging occurs later. However, if it occurs, significant sagging and wrinkles are observed. The skin aging principally starts after menopause in women. Stem cell therapy is recommended during these periods.
Stem cell therapy results in significant reduction of wrinkles and tighter and brighter skin. The effects last far longer relative to other methods.