IntrodUCtion to SCalpa plant cell serum 

 

Our extremely rich and impressive anti-aging infusing serum provides a genuine anti-aging emergency boost for skin damaged by environmental factors, stress, compromised immune systems, pH imbalance or by simple exhaustion. Scalpa Plant Cell Regenerative Renewal Serum repairs cellular damage and DNA for an intensive anti-aging treatment. This serum can be applied topically as an amazing skin tissue renewal daily serum, but when infused into the epidermis tissue through microneedle or hyaluron pen infusion treatments, this serum visibly, instantly, and aggressively reduces the signs of aging, including fortifying new skin tissue for younger and healthier-looking skin. 


Plant cells encourage the skin's elasticity by enforcing the production of healthy collagen, an advanced technology that improves your skin and smoothes fine lines and wrinkles.

IDEAL FOR

  • Aged Skin
  • Rough Textured Skin
  • Damaged Wrinkled Skin
  • Problematic Skin
  • Thin Skin

FORMULA FACTS

  • Paraben-Free
  • Mineral-Oil Free
  • Fragrance-Free

RESULTS

  • Strong skin
  • Reduces the sign of aging
  • Healthier skin

ORGANIC INGREDIENTS

Deionized water, Apple (Malus Domestica), Active fruit cell culture, moroccan oil, betaine, thistle, spinach extract, aloe extract, wild ginseng extract, tranexamic acid, hyaluronic acid, mushroom dextran, cellulose

STORAGE

Store at room temperature. Once opened, store in a cool dry place, or refrigeration if product use is minimal. Shelf life is 3 years 

ABOUT

  • Professional Usage: Infusion through microneedle or hyaluron pen. 
  • Daily Usage: Topical application twice a day; morning and night 
  • Shelf Life: 3 years

BENEFITS

  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles with instant results. 
  • Improves skin texture
  • Collagen increase by 119%
  • Improved skin elasticity 
  • Controls the activation of melanin, resulting in whitening & spot diminishing 
  • Anti- oxidant benefits
  • Increases moisture retention 
  • Protects skin cells against UV damages 
  • Improves skin firmness 

getting started with plant cell therapy

Now that you have become acquainted with our Scalpa Plant Cell Regenerative Renewal Serum, you will now learn how to infuse our serum into the epidermis tissue as an aesthetic procedure. We will introduce you to both the microneedle and hyaluron pen application through video modules. Having experience already in using both of these devices will serve you better, but we will provide adequate information on both devices for you to successfully and confidently administer our plant cell serum using either the hyaluron pen or the derma pen. Both of these devices can be purchased through scalpashop.com. Before we get into the devices used for infusion, let's take a deeper look at the benefits of plant based cell therapy.

Plant Cells for Skin Care

While natural skin care companies have long used plants and fruits as ingredients in their products, scientific advancements have upped the ante. Technology now allows for the extraction of plant cells―literally, cells from the stems of plants―to be used in cosmetic products.


Applying plant cells, or extracts from the plant cells, to your skin may encourage the growth of your own skin cells. This is considered a holistic approach to healthier skin and well being. 

Plant Cell Therapy and Extracts

There are two ways that plant cells are used in natural skin care: active cells, a laborious and expensive process; and inactive extracts. Most companies use the inactive extracts. Ferulic or ellagic acid, the chemicals that the cells produce when they are grown in a culture, will often be seen in ingredient lists. Scalpa Plant Cell Regenerative Renewal Serum uses the best ingredients from both active cells and inactive extracts.

History Behind Plant Cells

Plant cell extracts appeared on the scene in 2008, when extracts taken from a Swiss apple cultivated for a long shelf life provided protective effects on human skin cells. The apple displayed the ability to heal itself when the skin was cut while on the tree.

The study, published by the International Journal for Applied Science in 2008, found that a product containing the extract decreased “crow’s feet” wrinkle depth by an average of 8 percent after two weeks and 15 percent after four weeks. This was from topical application alone. Further case studies revealed that through deeper infusion into the epidermis tissue through microneedle, hyaluron pen and even application after microdermabrasion, increased visible results of collagen production, decreased hyperpigmentation, decreased wrinkles and overall softer tissue texture.

Sources of Plant Cells

Other sources for stem cell extracts include edelweiss, a herbaceous plant with anti-inflammatory properties, and gotu kola, a plant used in traditional Indian medicine to heal wounds and burns. In addition, grapes and rosebuds are known sources of antioxidants and can protect skin and diminish signs of aging. Moroccan, is said to accelerate skin repair.

Are Plant Cells Good for You?

While science has yet to offer definitive proof that plant cell extracts can help reverse the effects of aging, the promising results of initial studies and the extracts’ already-proven antioxidant properties are encouraging. This is why the fact that YOU are learning now, the benefits of plant based cell therapy, sets YOU ahead of the pack by incorporating alternative and holistic remedies and approach to healthier skin, preventative aging measures and skin repair and renewal as a plant cell therapist.

Malus Domestica is a liposomal cosmetic ingredient that contains apple cells developed by a novel, patent-pending plant cell culture technology. These apple cells are rich in epigenetic factors and metabolites. 100% of clinical participants saw improvement in their skin. 

Benefits:

  • Revitalizes the look of dull, aging skin 
  • Helps to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • The tone and texture of your skin will look more youthful
  • Good for all skin types 

Preserves the ability to form new epidermal tissue

Young, vital epidermal cells can form a complete, multi-layer epidermis in laboratory conditions. When this experiment is conducted on older cells, these no longer multiply and no epidermis is formed. These cells are depleted and have reached the end of their lifecycle. If, however, Malus Domestica cell extract is added to cultivate the cells, even old cells can still generate a stratified epidermis. Under the influence of Malus Domestica cell extract, the epidermal cells retain their vitality longer and are capable of forming new tissue and renewing the skin.



WANT TO LEARN MORE & BECOME CERTIFIED? 

If you are looking to get further training in how to properly infuse the plant cell serum so you can become certified and perform these procedures, you will need to purchase the Scalpa Plant Cell Serum. 

We teach how to infuse through microneedling and through hyaluron pen injections. If you have already purchased, you can proceed below with your login information.
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