Anti-Aging Skin Care
Don’t just feel younger on the inside. Cenegenics’ skin rejuvenation technology leads the industry in reversing the signs of aging. Our leading product FactorFive smooths out wrinkles, tightens skin, reverses sun damage, and fights blemishes.
- Promotes human dermal fibroblast proliferation, a primary cell type that makes up the skin.1,2
- Increases proliferation and migration of human keratinocytes, a primary cell type found in skin, as well as stimulates production of collagen and a variety of growth factors and cytokines involved in cell migration, increased blood flow, vascularization, and cell renewal.3
- Increases collagen and hyaluronic acid synthesis in human dermal fibroblasts, proteins associated with healthy, youthful skin, skin remodeling, and healing.4
- Reverses the damaging effects of UV radiation, fights wrinkle formation, increases cell proliferation, increases collagen production, and decreases expression of MMP1, a gene linked to scar formation.5
- Inhibits proliferation of melanoma cells (skin cancer), protects skin cells from chemical induced oxidative stress, and boosts collagen synthesis and cell motility, showing that these factors may help fight skin cancer and the effects of photoaging.6,7
- Reduces healing time after laser resurfacing and catalyzes production of collagen and elastin.8
Healthy living starts today
Promote cell renewal, stimulate collagen production, and reduce healing time after laser resurfacing.
Plant Stem Cells vs. Human Growth Factors
It’s simple – You’re not a plant. Human derived growth factors work best on human skin.
Stem Cells from Ethical Sources
We only use stem cells exclusively from ethical sources. Our fresh human adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs) are acquired with consent from lipoaspirate.
KEY BENEFITS AND INGREDIENTS
1. What is the actual mechanism for skin remodeling? What role do growth factors play in the process?
2. Plant Stem Cells vs. Human Growth Factors
3. What type of stem cells are used to make FactorFive? Are they ethically sourced?
FactorFive sources stem cells exclusively from ethical sources. We only use fresh human adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs) that have been acquired with consent from lipoaspirate, the fat from liposuction that is typically discarded after surgery. Also, our human ADSCs have been through multiple, rigorous safety, and efficacy checks. No embryos, human eggs (oocytes), bone marrow, or other controversial tissues are used to produce FactorFive.
4. What’s the difference between fibroblast conditioned media and ADSC conditioned media?
Human skin is made up of a variety of cell types that work together to maintain elasticity of the skin and protect you from external sources of damage. While fibroblasts are a primary cell type that makes up skin, there are also keratin producing keratinocytes, melanocytes (which give the skin its pigment), fat cells (aka adipocytes), as well as a variety of support cells that feed the layers of the skin with blood and nutrients.
Adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs) are involved in catalyzing healing within the body and are capable of turning into all the cell types that make up the skin. Fibroblasts, on the other hand, are typically sourced from fetal foreskin obtained during circumcision and only produce a fraction of the beneficial factors that ADSCs produce. While fibroblast conditioned media is capable of providing some beneficial factors, FactorFive provides a wider, more complete profile of healing factors to support all the cell types the make up your skin.1,3,4,5,7
5. I thought only my own stem cells could work?
6. Does FactorFive contain any cells?
FactorFive does not contain any cells, only proteins derived from cells. The stem cells are carefully removed and filtered out through a multistep process, leaving only purified AND concentrated stem cell derived factors in the final product.
7. If ADSC factors are so good, why do you also add peptides?
We designed FactorFive to be the the best skin serum on the market. We did not aim to be marginally better, we formulated FactorFive from the ground up to provide the best ingredients from the best sources so that you could benefit from the latest in skin rejuvenation technology without having to compromise or purchase multiple products. While stem cell derived factors are the primary active ingredient in FactorFive, we have also added a selection of vitamins, antioxidants, peptides, and skin remodeling support factors to ensure that you get immediate and long term benefits as you continue to regularly use FactorFive.
8. Is FactorFive safe? Do growth factors increase the risk of cancer?
9. Will the effects from FactorFive be lasting or immediately go away when usage stops?
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