Introducing DMK StemZyme™
“The most unique and innovative treatment in the history of aesthetics.”
This is no small statement, but it was made by DMK’s founder and principal, Danné Montague-King in reference to StemZyme™, a new treatment programme that has been nearly a decade in the making, and is set to truly revolutionise facial aesthetics.
Blush Skin Clinic is excited to introduce DMK’s most advanced treatment, STEMZYME™. This is a 50-day programme that represents the most advanced age management solution in the world today.
STEMZYME™ is the ultimate Age Management treatment that reduces the effects of impaired stem cell function. Effects include fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, uneven skin tone, discoloration, uneven texture, dullness, sallow complexions, enlarged pores, dry skin, and hyper-reactive skin.
Utilising biomimetic methods and a rich array of bioactive botanical ingredients, this highly-specific and targeted treatment programme works to stimulate the activation of a person’s own existing epidermal stem cells.
The skin’s regenerative properties imply the existence of stem cells, able to differentiate into many cell types for the skin’s distinctive needs. STEMZYME™ therapy helps refine the skin cell life cycle at every stage. It aids the process of:
Adult epidermal stem cell renewal
Successful stem cell differentiation into various skin tissues
Skin age management and more
STEMZYME™ is particularly beneficial for men and women with fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, uneven skin tone, discoloration, uneven texture, dullness, sallow complexions, enlarged pores, dry skin, and hyper-reactive skin.
If this is something that interests you, come in and see us for a consultation to see if this is right for you.
What is a stem cell?
A stem cell is the most profound and nascent type of cell within an organism. It is entirely unspecialised, and represents the first ‘stage’ in the development of a cell within the human body, into its final purpose/specialism. As specialist cells in any of our major organs reach the end of their lifespan, it is stem cells that develop into these cell types and replenish them. This is the process of repairing and rebuilding the human body, and in the case of the skin, cell replenishment is the very essence of ‘age management’.
So, in theory, the route to perfect skin is as simple as ensuring that the epidermal skin cells remain healthy and continue to multiply. Easy, right? Well, sadly not. Because, as a person chronologically ages, epidermal stem cells decline in number. To put this into perspective, when you’re born, you could have 1 billion stem cells in your body. But by the time you’re 80, this figure has fallen to just 100-million. That’s 10% of the original figure!