RE'JUVEL® is a 14 day 3-D skin renewal system that counters the effects of aging by utilizing a NASA* patented technology that triggers the multiplication of human fibroblast skin cells that rebuild and tighten your skin for a firm, healthy and youthful appearance.
As we age, elasticity decreases, blotching & wrinkles appear and our skin shows uneven skin tones and discoloration. RE'JUVEL®'s products counteract the effects of time with ingredients that restore its youth and resiliency.
The key ingredient of RE'JUVEL® product is the formulaic composition consisting of polypeptide growth factors and immunomodulating agents derived from 3-D cell culture of human dermal fibroblasts grown using NASA* patented technology in a bioreactor simulating microgravity environment.
Fibroblast skin cells are naturally found in the layers of human skin, mostly in the hypodermis layer. The fibroblast cell function is to biosynthesize the connective tissues (extracellular matrix) that provides structural support and play a critical role in healing. Fibroblasts cells are responsible in making collagens, glycosaminoglycan, reticular, elastic fibers and glycoprotein.
RE'JUVEL®’s formulaic composition stimulates the growth of fibroblast cells. Skin tissue damage stimulates the fibroblast cells, which induce the creation of the skin extracellular matrix (healing) in the human body. The human body generates less fibroblast cells as it ages, thus creating wrinkles, sagging, and blemishes. Replenishing these cells allows the skin to repair itself naturally.
When applied to your skin, your skin absorbs RE'JUVEL®’s formulaic compound and stimulates the repair of your skin naturally from wrinkles, looseness and sagging that comes from age. RE'JUVEL® makes your skin healthier and look younger, firmer, and smoother. Results may vary; depending on skin type and absorption rate, on average results can be seen within 3-5 days of use.
* Licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund under U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498