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Proteins and Stem Cells Applied Topically

Size matters. Big molecules cannot go into your skin. You cannot rub in stem cells and hope they ‘take’ like new grass seed. Applying stem cells to skin in hopes of turning back the clock is like pouring gasoline on your car to make it run.

First of all, the cells are way way too big. The openings into normal skin are not larger than 750 daltons molecular weight/size/mass. That’s real small. Stem cells are about 10 million daltons. Can you fit your significant other down the kitchen disposal? Drive you car through a sewing needle?

Proteins (like stem cells) are too big to get down to the dermal/epidermal junction and do metabolic things. But the skin will nevertheless respond to what is happening on the surface. It knows what you are doing.

The skin can identify the skincare product molecule in milliseconds. If it ‘knows’ the ingredient it will respond as it has in the past. Most often this means the skin will turn on the metabolism machine and start cranking out more skin cells. Even though the ingredient is just sitting around up on top.

Now this capability begins to degrade around age 30 unless truly active molecules of low molecular weight (and most truly active metabolites are about 300 daltons) are introduced and find their way to the junction.

But it remains true that applying about anything to your skin will probably increase the overall quantity of skin cells. You will bulk up like The Rock.

This has been known for many decades. If you are after quantity, big molecule or small molecule it just doesn’t make any difference – they are all going to increase the amount of skin cells. Look at plump little old baby faced ME!

But! There is a catch, a joker in the deck. You knew there would be. The QUALITY of those cells is very much in doubt. Their staying power usually is very short – easy come, easy go. You increased the mass of tissue in your skin but it is an unhealthy blob of nothing. In fact there was a notice sent out to the immune system that bad dogs are loose. The immune system swoops in and all sorts of bad things can happen.

And all you did was apply a great feeling stem cell moisturizer. Because about anything will increase mass – but you will go from The Rock to Elmer Fudd in a week – you need to focus on cell QUALITY, not bulk.

Improve the cell environment. Check out the TRAINING MODEL and the REPAIR MODEL discussions and get the facts.

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REFERENCE TOPICS

Proteins and Stem Cells Applied Topically

Size matters. Big molecules cannot go into your skin. You cannot rub in stem cells and hope they ‘take’ like new grass seed. Applying stem cells to skin in hopes of turning back the clock is like pouring gasoline on your car to make it run.

First of all, the cells are way way too big. The openings into normal skin are not larger than 750 daltons molecular weight/size/mass. That’s real small. Stem cells are about 10 million daltons. Can you fit your significant other down the kitchen disposal? Drive you car through a sewing needle?

Proteins (like stem cells) are too big to get down to the dermal/epidermal junction and do metabolic things. But the skin will nevertheless respond to what is happening on the surface. It knows what you are doing.

The skin can identify the skincare product molecule in milliseconds. If it ‘knows’ the ingredient it will respond as it has in the past. Most often this means the skin will turn on the metabolism machine and start cranking out more skin cells. Even though the ingredient is just sitting around up on top.

Now this capability begins to degrade around age 30 unless truly active molecules of low molecular weight (and most truly active metabolites are about 300 daltons) are introduced and find their way to the junction.

But it remains true that applying about anything to your skin will probably increase the overall quantity of skin cells. You will bulk up like The Rock.

This has been known for many decades. If you are after quantity, big molecule or small molecule it just doesn’t make any difference – they are all going to increase the amount of skin cells. Look at plump little old baby faced ME!

But! There is a catch, a joker in the deck. You knew there would be. The QUALITY of those cells is very much in doubt. Their staying power usually is very short – easy come, easy go. You increased the mass of tissue in your skin but it is an unhealthy blob of nothing. In fact there was a notice sent out to the immune system that bad dogs are loose. The immune system swoops in and all sorts of bad things can happen.

And all you did was apply a great feeling stem cell moisturizer. Because about anything will increase mass – but you will go from The Rock to Elmer Fudd in a week – you need to focus on cell QUALITY, not bulk.

Improve the cell environment. Check out the TRAINING MODEL and the REPAIR MODEL discussions and get the facts.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFERENCE TOPICS

Proteins and Stem Cells
Applied Topically

Size matters. Big molecules cannot go into your skin. You cannot rub in stem cells and hope they ‘take’ like new grass seed. Applying stem cells to skin in hopes of turning back the clock is like pouring gasoline on your car to make it run.

First of all, the cells are way way too big. The openings into normal skin are not larger than 750 daltons molecular weight/size/mass. That’s real small. Stem cells are about 10 million daltons. Can you fit your significant other down the kitchen disposal? Drive you car through a sewing needle?

Proteins (like stem cells) are too big to get down to the dermal/epidermal junction and do metabolic things. But the skin will nevertheless respond to what is happening on the surface. It knows what you are doing.

The skin can identify the skincare product molecule in milliseconds. If it ‘knows’ the ingredient it will respond as it has in the past. Most often this means the skin will turn on the metabolism machine and start cranking out more skin cells. Even though the ingredient is just sitting around up on top.

Now this capability begins to degrade around age 30 unless truly active molecules of low molecular weight (and most truly active metabolites are about 300 daltons) are introduced and find their way to the junction.

But it remains true that applying about anything to your skin will probably increase the overall quantity of skin cells. You will bulk up like The Rock.

This has been known for many decades. If you are after quantity, big molecule or small molecule it just doesn’t make any difference – they are all going to increase the amount of skin cells. Look at plump little old baby faced ME!

But! There is a catch, a joker in the deck. You knew there would be. The QUALITY of those cells is very much in doubt. Their staying power usually is very short – easy come, easy go. You increased the mass of tissue in your skin but it is an unhealthy blob of nothing. In fact there was a notice sent out to the immune system that bad dogs are loose. The immune system swoops in and all sorts of bad things can happen.

And all you did was apply a great feeling stem cell moisturizer. Because about anything will increase mass – but you will go from The Rock to Elmer Fudd in a week – you need to focus on cell QUALITY, not bulk.

Improve the cell environment. Check out the TRAINING MODEL and the REPAIR MODEL discussions and get the facts.

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