Stem cells

How it works:

Fat is removed from your own body through a small liposuction procedure. Tumescent anaesthesia is used (local anaesthetic). The fat obtain via a fine cannulas is washed and filtered. Stem cells are then extracted and activated using a complex saponification and centrifugal extraction system. The stem cells are activated with platelet rich plasma, and with stimulant light frequencies.

These are then injected into the dermis of the skin. The resultant effect is to stimulate glycan communication between the dermal and epidermal layer of the skin.

These glycans control the chemical messaging system between cells types and can cause the stem cells to differentiate into fibroblasts and other connective tissue cells. In addition glycan communication and stimulation can result in existing cells producing more collagen, and performing self repair tasks.