FSS Phyto-Biotics Apple
Apple Stem Cells
Immortality is the only true
form of anti-aging. The ability of tissues to regenerate declines as we become
older, making this one of the main causes of aging. The regenerative potential
of is directly related to the process of stem cells replacing damaged tissues
and cells, making aging, explicitly, dependent on the function of stem cells.
Cells are defined by which side of the “immortality line” they fall. The
Hayflick Limit is a phenomenon that proves cells can only endure a limited
number of divisions. When time is up, cell proliferation ceases and the cell
enters senescence. Cells can also enter into senescence prematurely because of
DNA or protein damage. However, stem cells are an exception to the rule. Not
subject to immortality, or Hayflick’s Limit of thirty-six total divisions, stem
cells are capable of replicating themselves indefinitely. In a biological
system, this is the ideal basis for a repair system. Unfortunately, this system
is one that cannot be incorporated into cosmetic systems. Yet, nature presents
an alternative strategy, which can be utilized for delivering the benefits of
stems cells into cosmetics.
The latest research shows that
plant stem cells can slow skin aging by defending against extrinsic stress,
keeping skin looking youthful longer. This discovery has opened the door in
cosmetic stem cell research and provided technological advances in the cosmetic
industry, as there are no ethical controversies over the use of plant stem
cells as there are embryonic stem cells.
Uttwiler spatlauber was discovered in the 18th century; however, today it
is an endangered species of apple. Initially, these rare Swiss apples were
dismissed due to their bitter flavor. Despite their flawless skin, Uttwiler
spatlauber apples have fallen victim to sweeter varieties of apples.
However, Uttwiler spatlauber still trumped other apples in one category;
the ability to be stored for an extended period without revealing spoiled or
shriveled skin. This quality of Uttwiler spatlauber was of great
interest to those researching the benefits of stem cells and anti-aging cosmetics.
Advances in technology
prompted researchers to use tissue from Uttwiler spatlauber to initiate
a plant cell culture. The mature variety of these apple trees contain potent
tissue stem cells with the ability to regenerate and proliferate plant stem
cells, producing a whole plant, only tissue, or just single cells in culture to
harvest. In addition to this discovery, stem cells from Uttwiler spatlauber have
presented the cosmetic industry with entirely new set of ammunition to combat
signs of aging. Incorporating plant stem cells in to cosmetic applications can
slow the signs of aging, promoting youthful skin with a more beautiful
However, instead of utilizing
these stem cells to protect other stem cells, a product was developed capable
of promoting the renewal of all types of cells. Stem Cell Technology is of
great interest due to stem cells being the building blocks of all cells. With
this knowledge, plant stem cells can be used to deliver specific nutritional
requirements for any number of cell lines. Just as the skin of fruit shrivels, becoming
less appetizing over time, the skin on our face wrinkles, becoming less
attractive with age. However, the cosmetic gap that existed between appearance
and age may have found its bridge. Uttwiler
spatlauber has demonstrated the ability to defend and repair its own skin
remaining fresh and flavorful for up to four months.
Looking to create a formula
capable of erasing years off the face? By incorporating FSS Phyto-Biotics Apple
into personal skin care products, formulators have the ability to promote a
regimen that feeds currently aging cells with nutrients that will result in
smooth, fresh, youthful skin, without cosmetic surgery.
Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture & Glycerin & Lecithin &
Xanthan Gum & Phenoxyethanol
White to Yellow Turbid, Viscous Liquid
Storage: Protected from
direct light and humidity at a temperature of 50°-77°F (10°-25°C)
Shelf life: 12 months, properly stored, in sealed container.
This product should be added to a formulation at
the recommended usage rate.