Put the WOW into Your Skin Treatment
You have done your homework looking up the best skin procedure. But do you know that what you use during and after is just as important?
There is a buzz among the aesthetic clinics in Singapore. One aesthetician had declared that “something revolutionary” was happening to her treatments. The spotlight wasn’t on the treatment itself now; but what was being used during the treatment that was making the big difference. More than 50 med-spas across Singapore are now on-board with this revolutionary technology, called CALECIM Professional Serum: a mixture of active growth factors, cytokines and proteins uniquely derived from cord lining stem cells. This potent composition is being directed deep into the skin during the latest in-office treatments, such as lasers, LED, microneedling and hydrafacials, to allow targeted rejuvenation to take place beneath the surface of the skin. Patients that frequent clinics for their monthly or annual skin boost have noticed a change in their treatments
with the application of the stem cell serum. At first, they were just raving about how much faster they could ‘return to work’; especially noticeable after intensive procedures such as ablative laser treatments. Larry Yeo, Singapore’s foremost celebrity makeup artist, reported that CALECIM Professional Serum, managed to “calm skin down and help accelerate my down time” after undergoing a laser treatment for improving skin texture and decreasing acne scarring. Doctors also noticed that patients were happier, not only because they could recover faster after their treatments, but also because the positive results of the procedures were becoming more consistent. Dr. Mitchel Goldman, a renowned dermatologist and a skin laser expert in San Diego, reckons that it is improved healing that is the basis for the better results. “CALECIM which comprises protein growth factors secreted by Umbilical Cord Lining Stem Cells… contains anti-inflammatory cytokines like Interleukin -10...and improve flibroblastic function when applied to the skin after skin resurfacing therapy,” says Dr. Goldman in an article he submitted in the medical journal PRIME. Doctors who specialise in anti- aging have long been aware of the connection between healthy, youthful skin and its ability to heal. In fact, most in-clinic treatments work on the premise of ‘controlled injury’ so that skin is compelled to ‘recover’ by producing new cells — the basis of an improved aesthetic result. Simply said, boosting the skin’s recovery through the application of powerful stem cell proteins leads to better aesthetic outcomes because your recovery is now super-charged and accelerated.