"This active has been shown to protect skin stem cells and delay the senescence of hair follicles.
"Mibelle Biochemistry has combined nature and science to create an active based on apple stem cells. Using a novel, patent-pending plant cell culture technology, the company introduced its PhytoCellTec (INCI: Malus domestica fruit cell culture (and) xantham gum (and) glycerin (and) lecithin (and) phenoxyethanol (and) water (aqua)). The company reports that dedifferentiated callus cells from a rare apple were developed for incorporation into the active ingredient. This active has been shown to protect skin stem cells and delay the senescence of hair follicles.
According to the company, apple stem cells are rich in epigenetic factors and metabolites that assure the longevity of skin cells. The application of plant cell cultures to maintain the function of skin stem cells is a breakthrough in antiaging."
"PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica is a liposomal preparation of apple stem cells produced by a novel, patent pending plant cell culture technology.
PhytoCellTec™ - a novel plant cell culture technology has been invented to cultivate dedifferentiated callus cells from a rare Swiss apple. These apple stem cells are rich in epigenetic factors and metabolites, assuring the longevity of skin cells. PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica has been shown to protect skin stem cells and delay the senescence of hair follicles.
PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica provides a revolutionary anti-aging performance for real rejuvenation."
The new substance „PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica“ from Mibelle Biochemistry was investigated in various
experiments. In-vitro experiments showed that the substance promoted the growth of human mesenchymal stem cells
and protected them against UV attack. In further experiments with hair follicles, it was shown that the apple stem cell
extract delayed the senescence of the follicle cells and so led to a rejuvenation of the cells”
It’s supposed to be launched either this month or next. Who knows how long it’ll take to get into a product and unto the shelves. Not that that I’d get my hopes on this…or anything else :lookaround: