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20 Aug 2015 0 Comments

Umbilical Cord Stem Cells for Anti-Aging Treatment

A Singapore based stem cell research company is about to make a revolution in the global skin care market by introducing a new skin cream made from the lining of umbilical cord for rejuvenation and removal of wrinkles. In short, a stem cell based anti-aging facial cream will be available in the market for consumers.

Apart from therapeutic and research applications, stem cells can also be utilized in the cosmetology field for various treatments like baldness, skin rejuvenation, hyperpigmentation etc. The Singapore research company, CellResearch manufactured a skin cream that is touted to have the below properties:

  • Skin regeneration
  • Reduces pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles
  • Better looking clear skin tone
  • Younger, healthier and rejuvenated skin

This product is marketed as Calecim in Singapore using their patented stem cell technology and the company is planning to launch it globally. The successful soft launch of the product helped the company to establish distribution channels over Europe and United states to sell their product.

How does it work?

This skin care cream is made up of cord extracts that contain a mix of rich proteins and nutrients found on the umbilical cord lining, a rich source of regenerative stem cells. According to CellResearch’s technology, about 6 billion stem cells can be produced in one harvest which helped in the enhancement of the nutrients.

These nutrients help to restore the natural renewal cycle of the skin thereby providing a younger look. They are manufactured in the form of anti-aging serum and cream.

When the world is focusing on medical applications of umbilical cord stem cells, this Singapore based research firm found its application in the field of cosmetology and successfully launched a skin care product. The advancement of stem cell technology and research is widening everyday and brings hope to people.




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