Is This Skin Care’s “Smartest” Ingredient?
By Liz Ritter, Executive Editor |
of the most “intelligent” ingredients in skin care, stem cells work to repair
and rejuvenate skin for a more youthful look.
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Featuring human stem cells, FactorFive Eye and Lash Cream ($149) is a nonirritating solution for thicker brows and lashes.
New to the night cream scene comes MZ Skin Replenish & Restore ($410), a nourishing treatment with nutrient-rich placenta and phyto stem cells.
Obagi Clinical Kinetin+ Rejuvenating Serum ($95) hits all the hard-hitting anti-aging goals
with the help of Swiss apple stem cell extract.
Based on the latest stem cell research, Zelens Stem Complex Overnight Treatment ($315) makes skin supple and “plump.”
highly concentrated AnteAGE MD rejuvenates, heals and restores with growth
factors and cytokines.
Kindred Skincare Co. Serum Magique ($145) merges signature oils with apple and argan stem cells
for an antioxidant advantage.
C and plant stem cells take center stage in the velvety MyChelle Perfect C PRO Vitamin C+B Lotion ($45).
Powered by active plant stem cells (and it’s natural!), One Love Organics Botanical E Preservation Serum ($75) delivers a lightweight, glowy-skin solution.
Solluna Skincare Feel Good Moisturizer ($65) relies on a botanical retinol alternative, plant
stem cells, algae extract and argan oil to repair and prevent skin damage.
Korean-beauty brand Vitabrid C12 launches its powerfully hydrating Facial Boosting Water ($28) in Barneys this spring.
Fueled by stem cell growth factors, Root of Skin Revitalizing Face Renewal Serum ($78) is a big hit on QVC in Japan and plans to bring that same energy to the U.S. this summer.
Known as the “cult crème” in the UK, Skin Design London Alpine Rose Glow ($125) leaves skin looking positively radiant.