Stemology Anti-Aging Line Leverages Stem Cells From Humans, Plants
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
“Healing peptide” from adult human stem cells, plant stem cells and an intercellular communication enhancer make up the proprietary StemCore-3 technology in Dermatech Research’s Stemology skin-care line. Products in the collection range from $189 for Cell Revive Serum Complete to $19 for cleansing items.
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