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By cultivating the rare and unique Uttwiler Spätlauber apple, scientists have discovered an innovative way to harness this unique plant’s stem cells to help prevent the look of aging skin by incorporating it into topical anti-aging skincare products. LifeCell’s breakthrough formula contains Malus Domestica Plant Stem Cells created to replicate the anti-aging effects of this rare Swiss apple.
New innovations allow us to see the skin preserving potential plant stem cells have to offer. Plant stem cells can serve as a sort of internal repair system, dividing essentially without limit to replenish other cells. One of their main characteristics is its ability to protect the longevity of skin by helping combat chronological aging.
What was keeping these apples alive?, What was the secret to such prolonged youth?
And, naturally, how quickly could this miracle ingredient be harnessed to stop the aging process - in people?
Scientists discovered that the key to the apple's longevity lay chiefly in its unusually resilient stem cells. Stem cells in plants function much as they do in people: Their job is to maintain and repair. Stem cells found in skin have a limited life span, and as we age and as we expose ourselves to inevitable environmental assaults - like UV light, i.e., sunshine - they decrease in number, as does their ability to regenerate tissue. The result is the familiar loss of skin elasticity and radiance, and finally wrinkles.
Welcome to the apple. New technology made it possible to replicate the cells of the nearly extinct Uttwiler Spätlauber in the lab. In clinical tests, the apple's stem cells appeared to be protecting the skin. Like a youth tonic, they were nourishing and stimulating them, defending them from UV radiation (like a natural SPF booster), even delaying their aging and death.
And so, this fairly tale has a happy ending. Today, the rare Uttwiler Spätlauber trees (there are now seven) are protected by the European environmental group ProSpecieRara. The apples themselves are so revered, in 2008, the Swiss government put them on a postage stamp. Maybe someday we'll even eat them. Imagine what that could do for you.
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