Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells for Facial Rejuvenation


Beauty means having healthy skin; the ability to fight injuries and diseases quickly and effectively. Throughout our lives, our skins will change constantly. In Thailand, we are surrounded and inundated by contaminated air and water, pollutants, and UV radiation every day, which can cause skin damage and accelerate skin aging. To date, stem cell aesthetics is a revolutionary new therapy that can potentially help regenerate damaged skin. However, some people may wonder whether stem cells from umbilical cord blood can really be used for facial rejuvenation.

According to the results obtained from studies on efficacy of stem cell therapy on skin, it can be concluded that cord blood stem cells injection can help promote skin regeneration and increase collagen production. This could result in fewer lines and wrinkles, improved skin texture and tone, and youthful and hydrated skin.



The use of umbilical cord blood stem cells is shown to be safe for facial rejuvenation without any significant side effects; however, stem cell aesthetic treatments should be performed and monitored by experienced doctors and specialists. Moreover, cord blood stem cell banking should be operated by professional service providers at GMP-qualified facilities. Stem Cell for Life Company Limited has provided umbilical cord blood banking service for many years with international certifications and accreditations. For decades, our team of qualified medical experts including doctors, researchers, and scientists has worked to ensure an international standard of care. At Stem Cell for Life Company Limited, you can rest assured that we will do our best to provide you with the highest safety and quality and most reliable umbilical cord blood banking service.




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