How Does Swiss Apple Make Skin Look Younger?
October 25th, 2013
It’s apple season again! The nourishing stem cells of the unique variety of apple found solely in northern Switzerland (Uttwiler Spätlauber) have become popular in top skin care because they have been proven to diminish the signs of aging. Vogue has called this highly sought after fruit the ‘super apple’ because of the enduring resilience it stimulates when applied topically for age-reversing effects.
There’s no denying that with the changing seasons we need to step up our face care routine to protect it from the elements. Botanical ingredients like swiss apple stem cells are a natural and proven way to prepare for harsh climates.
What anti-aging results can I expect from apple stem cells?
Like any realistic skincare regime the results are cumulative with regular use. If you’re dedicated in applying swiss apple stem cell extract daily, wrinkles begin to noticeably fade in areas they are most likely to appear. Laugh lines and crows feet will become more shallow- replaced with a smoother more taut surface.
What’s happening is the skin becomes firmer as the dermis is strengthened with each application. This is because swiss apple has inherent regenerative abilities that actually heal and jumpstart otherwise atrophied cells. When this occurs there is renewed buoyancy that gives the face a natural lift, so you look more youthful as a result.
What other natural ingredients offer these youth-enhancing benefits?
If you have discriminating tastes and are willing to invest, serums that contain 100 % argan oil diminish the signs of aging as reliably as swiss apple while providing abundant moisture. Neroli oil is another skincare marvel that reenergizes cell function for a radiant appearance on par with Swiss apple.
Jojoba oil is also offers powerful moisture retention that is essential for faces that tend to become dull and ashen as winter sets in. It is actually a wax ester that mimics the skin’s natural oil production to inhibit acne and inflammation while enhancing cell turnover.
How do I know Swiss apple stem cells really work?
Research conducted by Mibelle Biochemical scientists revealed that skin cells treated with Swiss apple stem cells were fortified and had greater longevity. During the trials there was a 15% reduction of wrinkles in those who applied face care with the “fountain of youth” Swiss apple extract.
Worldhealth.com, a trusted health information site, recognized that leading ‘skincare companies creating products with specialized peptides and enzymes or plant stem cells which, when applied topically on the surface, help protect the human skin stem cells from damage and deterioration or stimulate the skin’s own stem cells.’
Deanna Lane has a BFA from Pratt Institute and a Masters degree in cultural anthropology from New Mexico State University–now writing health and wellness articles for Joanna Vargas Skincare Sanctuary in NYC. Otherwise-trekking the national museum scene…