Pharmicell’s stem cell culture media is published in the world renowned journal for its ‘outstanding effectiveness’ in moisturizing and anti-wrinkle care
Pharmicell(005690, co-headed by Kim, Hyeon-Soo and Kim, Seong-Rae) published its research to prove its stem cell culture media is effective in skin moisturizing and anti-wrinkle care in the world’s top journal in skin condition.
The research is titled as ‘Conditioned Medium from Human Bone Marrow-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC-CdM) Promotes Skin Moisturization and Effacement of Wrinkles in UVB-irradiated SKH-1 Hairless Mice’ on the latest edition of the Journal of Photodermatology, Photoimmunology & Photomedicine’.
The study was carried out on photoaging cells and animal models by prof. Kim Beom Joon from the Department of Dermatology of Chun-Ang University using stem cell culture media produced by Pharmicell.
“The effectiveness of Pharmicell’s stem cell culture media cosmetics has been proven by anti-wrinkle care effect and safety evaluation on humans conducted by several medical colleges. Notably, people can get a sense of how effective Pharmicell’s cosmetics is from the fact that the research findings are published in a world’s top class journal,” said Pharmicell.
The study shows that overall wrinkles notably decrease after administering the stem cell culture media to UVB-irradiated mice. In particular, its effects in reduction of skin water loss and hydration prove that the medium is effective in moisturizing, and histologically anti-wrinkle effects and collagen increase are observed as well.
Pharmicell runs a luxurious premium cosmetic brand, ‘By Pharmicell Lab’, and recently launched low-medium priced cosmetic line, ‘Stem-c’ using the stem cell culture media from the research. The cosmetic products are available at local/overseas, online/offline markets including Lotte Internet duty free shop and Pandakorea.com, the overseas direct online shopping mall, targeting Chinese customers.