There is an apple that has a unique and bizarre quality.
If you cut into it, it heals itself.
I’m not talking about the kind of apple on your supermarket shelf.
I’m talking about a sour apple that grows in Switzerland, called a Uttwiler Spätlauber apple.
And I’m telling you because I’ve discovered a way of transferring the quality of this self-healing apple to your skin.
But it goes further than simply adding an apple extract to a cream. We figured out how to isolate special “signal molecules” that trigger this apple’s healing ability within your own aging skin stem cells.
You probably think of stem cells in terms of the political controversy over embryonic stem cells. But your skin has stem cells, too. When you’re young, they help replenish moisture within the skin tissue and make new, healthy firm skin.
But as you age, not only does the number of skin stem cells decrease, but they don’t have the same ability to replenish your skin.
Add in environmental damage from overexposure to the sun, pollution, and toxins, and you get loss of skin vitality, and inevitably, wrinkles.
As it turns out, our cells and plant cells speak the same language. They speak a language made up of signal molecules.
Sounds complicated, but it’s pretty simple.
To get the stem cells, they cut the apple, and just as the apple starts to re-grow the new skin, they take those cells and let them multiply. So they “capture” the cells at the moment they are spreading the word to rebuild and renew.
So you not only get regenerative stem cells, but you also get the signal molecules that tell cells to renew.
The next step was to see what would happen to human skin stem cells when they were exposed to ultra-violet light like you might get from a day in the sunshine.
Would the apple extract protect them from the damaging rays?
When exposed to UV light, 50% of the human stem cells died.
But when they added the apple extract, over 90% survived thanks to the apple extract.
In another study, the apple stem cells stimulated skin cell growth by 80%.1
The researchers told the media, “We could show that the apple stem cells have a positive influence on the vitality of the skin stem cells, they made them more efficient and they can live longer.” 2
That’s because plant stem cells have the ability to divide over many generations and the unique capacity to stimulate and protect human stem cells. So when you use them, you reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, reverse collagen loss and reduce the appearance of other common signs of aging, too.
With all the evidence in, I’ve developed the most powerful skin renewal serum you’ll find anywhere. I call it Renew SCII.
Renew SCII shows your skin how to ward off the ravages of the environment like heat, pollution, wind and sun. So your skin looks radiant and fresh no matter your age or the environment you live in.
The beautiful thing about the Renew SCII approach is that it works with your skin, nourishing it and guiding it to better health.
1. Schmid D, et. al. “Plant Stem Cell Extract for Longevity of Skin and Hair.” International Journal for Applied Science. 2008;30-35.
2. “A Swiss apple a day keeps wrinkles at bay.” Swiss Broadcasting Corporation. www.swissinfo.ch. Nov 28, 2009. Retrieved Sept 16, 2013.