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?

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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.

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