Stem cells in skincare and skin treatments seem to be everywhere. What are they and can they really help improve your skin? StemCell Revive Skin Treatment Program is a new at-home skin treatment program, developed by Majara Belisle, founder of Espri Laser Med Spa in Las Vegas, NV. This kit has everything you need for a complete in-home treatment. It’s easy. and exciting!
What’s in the Box?
When you open the StemCell Revive kit box, you’ll see three additional boxes. One includes StemCell Revive’s proprietary Intensive Allograft Skin Serum with growth factors and polypeptides. One has an applicator. The third holds the re-useable and re-chargeable electronic device that applies the serum. Plus you also get a 30-day supply of our Hyaluronic Essence for daily moisturizing aftercare.
Intensive Allograft Skin Serum:
I don’t want to get too technical, but the Intensive Allograft Skin Serum is derived from the amniotic layer of placental tissue. It contains a rich mix of growth factors, proteins, and other great for your skin ingredients.
When you hear placental tissue, you may be worried, or wondering where it comes from. According to the StemCell Revive website: “amniotic layer of placental tissue donated by mothers and fathers after live full-term Cesarean births. No fetuses, babies or mothers are harmed. Donors are healthy women between the ages of 18-45 years. A careful medical and social history is collected in advance to ensure mothers meet all eligibility requirements. Donors are thoroughly screened for communicable diseases.”
Hyaluronic Essence Ampoules:
I really like the fact that the kit includes a 30-day supply of individually-packaged Hyaluronic acid ampules (so less risk of bacterial contamination) to lock in moisture and boost elasticity. Just open and apply.
The StemCell Revive Pen:
This is really the heart of the kit. The pen simultaneously delivers the Intensive Allograft Skin Serum to your skin. The StemCell Revive pen is re-usable and uses nanotechnology to apply the Intensive Allograft Skin Serum to the skin.
Again, not to get too technical, but the pen has an oscillating cartridge that creates microscopic channels in the epidermis (the outermost of the three layers that make up the skin). The microscopic channels allow the solution to penetrate deeply and thoroughly. Natural collagen and elastin production occurs as the microscopic channels heal.
Video: Here’s How to Apply StemCell Revive
If for some reason you can’t see the video above, here are the basics:
Step One: mix the serum, Step Two.: Transfer the serum into the cartridge and insert the cartridge into the Pen, Step 3: apply to your face. Step 4: apply moisture!
StemCell Revive touts the kit as being the ” first of its kind in-home facial and skin treatment kit uses stem cell science to treat skin at cellular level.”
I don’t really have any issues with this claim. However, the jury is out about what stem cells human or plant can do for you. Both plant and human stem cells contain proteins and amino acids, These signal the body’s cells to rejuvenate and may result in younger-looking skin, but these are not live cells and cannot generate a new human skin cell. That said, stem cells have ingredients that can enhance your skin, especially in conjunction with other ingredients and products.
As with anything new, it’s not just wise to read the instructions thoroughly and carefully, it’s essential. StemCell Revive is easy to use once you understand the process. It’s not really difficult, but the various pieces could possibly be baffling if you don’t read the information thoroughly. In a world where “all-natural” is in high demand, a tech device using non-embryonic stem cell derivatives and a proprietary cocktail of all-natural peptides is appealing.
DIY treatment kits like this can make your skin look and feel better. Keep your expectations reasonable. A (primarily) topical product of any type will not turn a 50-year-old skin into a 20-year old skin. Consider too that this is not a medical device and the treatments available in medical offices and spas are likely to be more potent, and of course, more expensive as well.
The bottom line is that I enjoyed using StemCell Revive and my skin looked and felt better too. But my skin isn’t yours, or anyone else’s. Your own skin condition, and how often and how properly you use StemCell Revive will determine your results. I received my kit as an editorial sample. The StemCell Revive kit retails for $499 (the regular retail is $700). So it’s a pricey product. If you have the budget for it I’d say give it a try!
StemCell Revive is hypoallergenic, not tested on animals, and is a Food and Drug Administration regulated biologic. The kit is also available in a commercial-grade for medical spas.
Buy StemCell Revive: Visit https://stemcellrevive.com/treatment-kit or https://stemcellrevive.com/.