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Stem Cell Treatment for Cosmetic Rejuvenation:

Wrinkles, Laser Damage, or Aging are Currently Available at ASCI

Stem Cells for Cosmetic RejuvenationAs a Pioneer in Stem Cell Based Cosmetic Procedures, ASCI continues our Tradition by providing Total Body Rejuvenation Packages with your Stem Cell Therapies.

Stem Cell Total Body Rejuvenation Package includes:

  1. Anti-Aging IV Stem Cells for Total Body Rejuvenation
  2. PRP Stem Cell Injections
  3. Botulinum toxin fine-wrinkle injections
  4. Custom-Compounded Autologous Facial Creams for the Patient (must be a patient)


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Stem Cell Treatment for Cosmetic Rejuvenation



Solubilized Amnion Membrane Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogel Accelerates Full-Thickness Wound Healing. Stem Cells Transl Med. 2017 Sep 23;: Authors: Murphy SV, Skardal A, Song L, Sutton K, Haug R, Mack DL, Jackson J, Soker S, Atala A Abstract The early and effective treatment of wounds is vital to ensure proper wound closure and healing with appropriate functional and cosmetic outcomes. The use of human amnion membranes for wound care has been shown to be safe and effective. However, the difficulty in handling and placing thin sheets of membrane, and the high costs associated with the use of living cellularized tissue has limited the clinical application of amniotic membrane wound healing products. Here, we describe a novel amnion membrane-derived product, processed to result in a cell-free solution, while maintaining high concentrations of cell-derived cytokines and growth factors. The solubilized amnion membrane (SAM) combined with the carrier hyaluronic acid (HA) hydrogel (HA-SAM) is easy to produce, store, and apply to wounds. We demonstrated the efficacy of HA-SAM as a wound treatment using a full-thickness murine wound model. HA-SAM significantly accelerated wound closure through re-epithelialization and prevented wound contraction. HA-SAM-treated wounds had thicker regenerated skin, increased total number of blood vessels, and greater numbers of proliferating keratinocytes within the epidermis. Overall, this study confirms the efficacy of the amnion membrane as a wound treatment/dressing, and overcomes many of the limitations associated with using fresh, cryopreserved, or dehydrated tissue by providing a hydrogel delivery system for SAM. Stem Cells Translational Medicine 2017. PMID: 28941321 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]