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SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH: Calecim is the cosmetics arm of the Cellresearch group, whose co-founder is Dr Phan (above). The brand utilises a brew of growth factors, cytokines and proteins secreted by stem cells to communicate with skin cells, sending them messages to shed their older selves, produce more collagen and behave like younger, more responsive cells.
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'SUPER APPLE': Homegrown skincare brand Skin Inc utilises the stem cell extract of Switzerland's rare species of Uttwiler Sp├Ątlauber apple, which has reportedly appeared to nourish and stimulate human stem cells in clinical tests.

Hard cell

Transcending placenta creams and illegal injections, the latest in stem cell technology developed by a homegrown company is the real deal in cutting-edge, anti-ageing cosmetics.
Jan 23, 2016 5:50 AM

FOR years, every other cream that claims to be "innovative" and comes with an astronomical price tag has boasted some form of stem cell technology; even if the concentration of stem cell matter in it is about as high as Donald Trump's EQ. The truth is, there isn't any beauty cream on the market