The cosmetics industry is witnessing a new trend in stem cell technology and anti-aging skincare. In 2005, rumors began to surface about a stem cell-based mystery skin cream that was not only the most controversial but also the most sought-after anti-aging cream in the world.
It is a skincare breakthrough that has been made in the last three decades. Reports claim that the emulsion harnesses the regenerative power of your facial mother cells (clulas madre in Spanish ) to rejuvenate the skin and give it a youthful look.
It is controversial to combine stem cell technology with anti-aging skincare. Some scientists believe that stem cell technology being used for anti-aging cosmetics may make it easier to do other important medical research. Second, there is confusion about the stem cell type being used in these cosmetic products.
Stem cells can develop into many types of cells in the body. Exogenous embryonic stem cells can only be obtained from external sources such as fertilized human eggs. These stem cells can then be grown in cell cultures to create specific cell types and used to treat injuries or diseases.
Endogenous stem cells can be found in adult and somatic stem cells. They are not embryonic stem cells. They are part of our bodies and help maintain and repair the tissue in which they are located. The skin is one of many tissues and organs that contain adult stem cells. The largest source of adult stem cells is found in the human skin. The basal layer of skin stem cells is located in the epidermis.