Stem cells are the parent cells of other cells.

Stem cells are the parent cells of all other cells. They are at the origin of the regeneration of all the tissues in our body.

They self-renew by a cell division process in which each stem cell gives rise to another stem cell, creating a daughter cell that will differentiate into an effector cell. Unfortunately, with aging, the number of cells decreases.

This lack of cell division and the decrease in the number of stem cells is one of the characteristics of the aging of tissues and particularly of skin tissues of the epidermis.

"As its name suggests, the stem cell activator serum contains ingredients that stimulate stem cell renewal, but at the same time protect them owing to their fragile nature and because their DNA is sensitive to the effects of UV rays and free radicals produced by our body."