September 05, 2018
Stemology Skin Science™ - How It All Began
The Very BeginningIn 2005 – 2007, Dr. Hal Simeroth was supervising a research project at the University of Texas which had applications in producing artificial skin for burn victims and other serious wounds. From this initial effort, he began to work with two other medical researchers, both medical doctors, to develop other potential solutions for skin renewal and regeneration.
A Scientific Solution for Skin Repair and RegenerationOne of these potential solutions involved the application of stem cell technology. Out of this research work, a promising solution using important signaling peptides from human stem cells appeared quite feasible. A large body of scientific work was being done in the area of stem cell renewal of tissues, and this research work coupled with the discoveries above, led to a scientific solution for skin repair and regeneration that proved very promising. In 2009 the first clinical tests were initiated, supervised by a medical doctor, two experienced aesthetic nurses, and Dr. Simeroth. The results of these first tests were impressive.
And So it BeganThe skin care products resulting from this scientific research became the very first Stemology® products. Each product was designed based upon scientific studies and or clinical testing. Dr. Simeroth established a design criteria which required all actives used in Stemology products to be scientifically verified with studies or tests, and the concentrations of these actives to, at least, be equal to that used in these tests or recommended by the particular scientific study. Each product was designed to address primary skin problems and issues such as … thinning skin, loss of collagen and elastin, uneven skin tone, loss of firmness, loss of skin radiance, protection from exposure, or lack of hydration. Each of these problems was addressed from a skin science perspective.
- What was skin research telling us about how to mitigate these problems?
- What unique ingredients were proven by studies to be efficacious in addressing these problems?
- How could skin science restore aging skin with a healthy and youthful appearance?