The Grape Stem Cells contain special epigenetic factors and metabolites which are able to protect human stem cells against UV radiation and therefore delay aging.
Henderson, NV (PRWEB) October 07, 2014
Stem cells from plants are becoming an increasingly popular way to turn the clock backward on skin aging. Hylunia's own light and silky Moisure Infusion contains plant stem cells and peptides that are thought to delay aging, making skin look softer smoother and younger.
Plant stem cells like the ones found in grapes are undifferentiated cells from the meristems of plants. Like human stem cells, they can replace damaged cells and renew themselves. Plant stem cells are cultured in labs, allowing scientists to have more control over the quality, quantity and purity of a plant's anti-aging substance.
Skin care stem cells are extracted from various plants, including tiny white Edelweiss flowers, a swamp plant called gotu kola, swiss apples, and raspberry cell cultures. Lilac and algae may also be used. Most of these products contain antioxidants and other chemicals that make skin look younger.
Hylunia's unique product features grape stem cells cultivated from the Gamay Teinturier Fréaux grape from Burgundy, France. Their ingredient list explains that these grapes are "high in powerful antioxidants and [have] free radical scavenging capabilities."
The site adds that "The Grape Stem Cells contain special epigenetic factors and metabolites which are able to protect human stem cells against UV radiation and therefore delay aging." UV damage is responsible for up to 80% of skin aging.
Hylunia Moisture Infusion also contains peptides, which can boost collagen and block the neurotransmitters that contract the muscles that form wrinkles. They stimulate epidermal skin cells and increase skin healing and repair.
Hyluna's product contains Palmitoyl Trypeptide-5 (patented), which stimulates collagen synthesis to "strengthen skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles."
Hylunia is currently putting together a webinar about plant peptides for their professional customers like spa and salon owners. The webinar will be available soon.