At SDIM & Spa, we use a highly effective serum from ProCell. Let me describe in more detail what the ProCell serums are and do. Bone marrow multipotent stem cells (BM-MSCs) migrate from the bone marrow to all parts of the body via the bloodstream. When they encounter an injury, they locally secrete cytokines and growth factors (bio-signals) that stimulate and direct the behavior of other cells called fibroblasts, white blood cells, and melanocytes (pigment cells).
ProCell products are scientifically advanced and highly effective in rejuvenating and improving the appearance of aging skin. They are formulated using only active ingredients with abundant scientific proof of efficacy and safety. Their hero ingredient is conditioned media from laboratory cultures of human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSC.) From conception until death, these are the cells that function as “command and control” of the healing process in all injured tissues including the skin.
Advanced proprietary techniques are used to culture these cells in the laboratory in order to harvest their potent bio-signals. This is explained below. When applied to the skin, the effect is as if the body’s clock was turned back to a younger period when more BM-MSCs existed. Only the bio-signals from the culturing cells (BM-MSCs) are used in ProCell products. There are no cells or cell remnants.
The human mesenchymal (pluripotent) stem cells are taken from an initial draw of bone marrow from genetically & health screened athletes at the university where Dr. Sanderson & Taylor were on staff in California. The cells are transported to an FDA-compliant manufacturing facility and isolated via centrifuge to be purified from other materials (DNA, blood, cells). They are then cultured and maintained in the lab, from which the full spectrum of human cytokines and growth factors is produced.
- Cytokines from bone marrow-derived multipotent stem cells
- Hyaluronic acid
- Recombinant tissue growth factor (TGF-β3) to reduce the inflammatory response
- Physiologic naturally occurring ingredients normally found in skin