Recent research has discovered that there are very specific cells in the body that do replenish, repair, renew and replace the cells that die. This happens every second, every minute and every hour of the day. The name for these very specific cells is Adult Stem Cells. These cells have one purpose only and that is to maintain and renew the body. They are the body's life! Unfortunately, these cells diminish in amount once a person reaches their 30th birthday. That is when the body starts to age slowly but surely. As these specific cells decline, the skin will loses it freshness, elasticity is lost and facial skin starts to wrinkle. The aging face is the first to show the body's decline.

Since the lack of adult stem cells causes the body to age, would not the answer to anti-aging be to increase the amount of these special cells circulating in the body? According to recent research on anti-aging, adult stem cells therapy and adult stem cell nutrition, the answer is yes. Therefore, to achieve a more youthful look, it is important that these special cells will be refurbished in both the body as well as a person's skin care routine.

Currently there are two industries doing research on anti-aging and adult stem cells; the cosmetic industry and the science research communities

The cosmetic R & D communities continue to seek ways to develop new beauty care products and beauty creams that will be the solution for an anti-aging facial cream. They advertise their products with the promise that eternal youth is just around the corner. The next time you see an ad promoting a certain skin care product for women note how smooth and fresh the models faces look, giving the promise that 'yes, you too “can have flawless skin.

However, these models are usually young and already have naturally smooth skin. So if you are a woman 35 and older, will these beauty products be the solution for your anti-aging desires? Yes and no. If you choose a treatment that includes the ability to increase your adult stem cells in your skin, then probably yes. But that kind of treatment can be expensive. If the product or treatment does not produce more adult stem cells in your skin, then the answer is no.

On the other hand, the scientific community through its research on adult stem cells has more promising news. Recent research completed by a company that specializes in adult stem cell nutrition, has developed a beauty serum that does increase the adult stem cells in facial skin. They have tested this serum on both men and women over the age of 35 and possible results are very positive. Does this mean a product has been found that will reduce wrinkles? Yes. And set back the hands of time … anti age so to speak? Only time can answer that question. However, the prognosis is promising.