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Cosmeceuticals represent a marriage between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Like cosmetics, cosmeceuticals are topically applied, but they contain ingredients that influence the biological function of the skin cells. Cosmeceuticals improve appearance, but they do so by delivering nutrients necessary for healthy skin. Both professional cosmetologists and consumers alike are attracted to this new kind of skin care products.
Plazan cosmeceuticals based on placental cell extracts confidently takes a leading position in the market of revolutionary new cosmeceuticals and is the fastest-growing segment of the natural personal care industry.
- - Plazan cosmeceuticals specifically developed to cater for both "older" and "younger" skin
- - Plazan cosmeceuticals absorb deeply into the skin's lower layers improving anti - aging skin health by replacing 'aged' cells and optimizing cells' biosynthesis and performance
- - An absence of damaging male hormones and an optimum amount of nourishing female hormones
- - All products are further enhanced with Dibunol - a powerful antioxidant
- - Light, delicate and non-greasy texture
- - Beautifully fragranced
- - Visible results in just 4 weeks
The first cell cosmeceutical brands were developed in the second half of the last century.
(Historical facts for cell therapy)
Today many, more products are on the world market with a mark "cell cosmeceuticals". And we believe there are going to be more of them. Because of the fact that the expressions "cell therapy" or "cell cosmetics" captivates all women, who are trying to follow the latest scientific achievements in the beauty industry. Especially among a networking companies that offer cosmetics based on cell extracts (including cosmetics based on stem cells extracts) for its promotion.
However, which kind of cosmetics can be called "the cell cosmetics"?
Manufactures are still in dispute about this. Some of them assert that only products based on the animal origin cells can be called cell cosmetics. Others say that cell cosmetics can also have plant origin. Finally, some ones insist they are cell cosmetics as it works on a cell level.
From a modern cosmetology point of view, "cell" cosmetics (cosmeceuticals) should not just be different by its original source, it should perform well-defined actions. Not just, possess moisturizing and nourishing properties.
Cell cosmetics should remind the skin cells of all their responsibilities: to protect themselves, be renewed, restored or replace destroyed cells without assistance.
In general, cosmetics should revitalize human cells; support the organism's potential reserves, reducing the process of skin aging and excluding the "cessation" syndrome.
Obviously, native to organism cells of animal or human origin can only be equal to this task.
Cell cosmeceuticals- are the products based on cell extracts from organs or tissues, which are situated in the high stage of differentiation (allowing skin cells to normalize their division speed, reside to a young organism). They can only be biochemical substances taken from embryo tissues or placenta.
However, because of that you cannot dismiss the brands, which use plants as raw material. Living in an era of biotechnology it can be created anything you want. Especially if we take in to account the fact that not many companies use tons of embryos, (it is suppose to be too expensive) and a few of manufactures who do not include ingredients of plant origin along with their cell extracts.
Does it mean that expression "cell cosmeceuticals" - is a marketing policy?
Not at all.
The future is in cell extracts, only they can provide valuable revitalization of organisms. We are at a stage in time when in the future all cosmetic products will have cells in their structures, but they will be defined by the effective or ineffective influence on to the skin cells.