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Stem Cell Therapy Cream: Will It Really Make You Look Younger

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Does Stem Cell Cream Really Work?

Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Find out if stem cell therapy cream will work for you:

Thanks to groundbreaking science, getting older doesn't necessarily mean looking older by using because stem cell therapy cream might actually help reduce the tell-tale signs of aging in the skin. Imagine noticeably fewer wrinkles along the eyes and forehead, not to mention an overall "fresher," more youthful looking appearance.

We all want to look younger. That's why the market for products promising younger-looking skin is literally exploding. It's hard to keep track of the newest cream, pill, injection, diet or anything else that seems to come out every week promising the make us look 10, 20, 30 even 40 years younger.

As you probably already know, Stem Cell Therapy Cream is a relative newcomer to the skin care scene. But in all reality, it's just the logical transition from the other, traditional products. Why? Because stem cells have gotten quite a bit of "miracle cure for everything" hype in the media. They've been touted as a possible cure for just about everything; you've probably seen claims like "Stem Cells Can Regrow Hair" or even "Stem Cells Can Raise The Dead." Okay, maybe that last one was a stretch, but you get my point.

At this point you're probably thinking that all this stem cell hoopla is a bunch of B.S., right? That's it's all hype, and won't actually create any benefit. But I caution you against thinking this way. Sure there's plenty of advertising hype surrounding this new product line, but that doesn't mean it doesn't work. After all, men and women throughout the world wouldn't continually spend millions of dollars on the stuff if it didn't work, right? They'd try it once and abandon it forever once they saw no results. But just because other people are doing it doesn't mean you should hedge your bets (this is the "bandwagon" approach in media, so don't fall into that trap); if you really want to know if skin cell therapy cream works, read on:

Stem Cell Therapy Cream Can Make You Look Younger

Then again, it might not. No, I'm not dodging the point here. I'm simply telling you the truth. What works well for some people might not work for others. It's a simple matter or our unique body chemistry and other individual factors.

So how can you tell if skin cell therapy cream will work for you?

The obvious solution is to try it yourself. And after using it for a decent amount of time, draw your own conclusions. This is what I would highly recommend to anyone. The best way to do this is to take a picture of your face the day before starting your "trail period." Then, after an appropriate length of time using the product, take another picture. By comparing the two photos you may notice subtle clues as to the effectiveness of stem cell cream that you might not have noticed otherwise.

For this purpose, I'd also recommend you take both photos at the same time of day. As we all know, we often look different when we first get out of bed as compared to when we finish dinner 12 hours later. Even taking them on the same day of the week is preferred, as you'll probably look naturally fresher on a Saturday afternoon than you would on a dreaded Monday work day lunch break.

How Does Stem Cell Cream Work?

That's a great question! And by asking it, you're already miles ahead of the average cosmetic buyer who bases her (or his) purchase decisions on marketing hype.

The truth is, there's so much ambiguity and unknown factors involved in stem cells that not even the world's best scientists know how or if this stuff actually works. But from an observation point of view, let's take a look at the principles of stem cells.

Stem cells are "blank" cells. They are fully functioning molecular units, but they haven't "grown up" into a specific cell type. Just like all humans start out as a fetus, all cells start out as stem cells; this is true for every cell in the body, from skin cells to brain cells to bone cells. These "stems" have enough genetic programing in them to become whatever type of cell the body needs at the time. So the cells located deep in the brain came from the same cellular building blocks that toenail cells did.

It's kind of funny to think about, huh?

Stem cell cream is designed to take advantage of stem cells and make the reproduce and replace aging skin skin cells in the face or other parts of the body. Each company explains the process a little bit different, but the general idea is always the same: The cream supposedly taps into the body's supply of stem cells and "programs" them to become facial skin cells.

This supposedly refreshes the face, reduces wrinkles and creates an overall "more youthful" appearance.

I say "supposedly" because as of yet, there is no conclusive evidence that these products actually do this. That's not to say that they don't, it just hasn't been proven. So please don't take the side that I'm advocating against stem cell skin cream, because I'm not (as you may recall, I actually suggested that you try it yourself and then make your judgment).

Let's say, for the sake of argument, that your body does not translate stem cell cream into new skin cells - that doesn't mean that the products themselves don't work. Sure this sounds crazy, but there are plenty of other ingredients in those creams that might actually encourage desired results. As a comparison, many people feel increased energy after drinking decaffeinated coffee. Why? Not because of the caffeine (because there is none), but because the additional hydration and antioxidants in the coffee are often enough to create energy. Not to mention the placebo effect.

In Conclusion

If you take nothing else from this article, please take this: Test this stuff for yourself. Sure it costs a little more than the average skin care cream, but if it works, won't it be worth it? And if it doesn't, at least you'll know.

Everybody is different. Don't make assumptions before you've given any new product a fair chance (provided it's safe and guaranteed not to cause any health effects - and as far as I know, none of these creams have been linked to any medical conditions).

So if you're curious, I highly encourage you to buy stem cell therapy creme and try it out, the results might surprise you.


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