Stem cells in Skincare

Stem cells in Skincare

Why we use the frequency of Adult Stem Cells of human cells? The FUTURE of SKINCARE today! 

We take the frequency of an Adult Stem Cell of human cells and use the frequency to reproduce skin cells in their purest form. Stem cells have been proven to cure disease by reproducing the cells of the body, regenerating and forming almost any cell type in the body.
Most skincare lines use the stem cells of plant or animals. This has not been proven to produce the same results as human stem cells. When we take the frequency of a human stem cell the body cannot tell the difference between a physical form of a cell and the frequency of the same cell. This is because the body is made of energy and it exist in a vibrational form. When a frequency is introduce to the body, it will receive the information the same way. The more the frequency is delivered to the body the more the body will use it to deliver results.  
Jeanette Jacknin, MD, a dermatologist in San Diego and author of Smart Medicine for Your Skin says, “To perform their functions, stem cells, unlike other cells, are able to produce copies of themselves over long periods of time.”

Stem cells support the growth factors of the skin, which play a role in cell division, the growth of new cells, and the production of collagen and elastin; and proteins, which regulate that stem-cell division. When applied to your skin, they help firm wrinkles and slow the development of new lines.

When the frequency of Adult Stem Cells is added to Ormus Elements the delivery system becomes an anti-aging agent. Ormus has the ability to take on the resonance of a substance as if it were the substance itself. For example, if a bottle of Ormus is left by a sage plant the Ormus will become the same makeup as the sage plant. It will even start to smell like sage! Infynite Gold Conscously creates each of its products carefully selecting each frequency and ingredient to help the skin regenerate and heal. It is partially reversing aging by repairing the DNA and regenerating cell growth. This is the future of skincare!

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