Glam Slam: The Next Big Trend In Skincare!

Amanda Seyfried attends the 'Lovelace' premiere at The Museum of Modern Art on July 30, 2013 in New York City Amanda Seyfried attends the 'Lovelace' premiere at The Museum of Modern Art on July 30, 2013 in New York City

If you’re skin doesn’t look good, chances are you won’t feel confident. Radiant skin is the ultimate sign of health and natural beauty.

Celebrities, like Amanda Seyfried and Halle Berry, both have gorgeous skin that makes you stop and wonder what their secret is. Of course, good genes and a healthy lifestyle are important, but so is having a solid skin care routine. Women need one that helps them not only look good today, but also 20 years down the road.

In other words, we need to fight back time with the right products at the right time! The beauty world is now buzzing about using non-embryonic stem cells in the Lifeline Skin Care. Before you freak, Lifeline uses unfertilized eggs.

Glam Slam was curious about this new phenomenon and attended Lifeline’s product event in New York City with esteemed dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Hale. Dr. Hale tells Glam Slam she stumbled upon the product organically and started to use it on herself and then on hundreds of her patients. She claims the results were incredible. “I was using it for a month and never noticed such a dramatic change in my skin. They say it takes two full cycles (about 2 months), but you really start to see results sooner. The stem cell extracts recruits growth factor to stimulate collagen and elastin, so you see plumping up of fine lines and over time the collagen remodels and you see improvement in aging skin.”

Stem cells are especially good for sun damaged skin, adding, “Stem cells are the repair system for the body. They sit back and wait for the need to replace the cell. The stem cell recognizes the need for damage repair and replaces the damaged cell with a healthy one.

Dr. Hale suggests human stem cell skin care is good for anyone concerned with gaining skin. And, it is Dr Hale’s belief that in two months, your skin will see real improvement in texture, fine lines and less wrinkles.

“Stem cells are the next wave in medicine and with skincare I think they will have a huge role,” states Dr. Hale.

The Lifeline Skin Care line is on the pricey side, but it’s a lot cheaper than any Botox or other non-invasive treatments. For more information, head to www.lifelineskincare.com.

-- Terri MacLeod

(Glam Slam’s Ryan Patterson is on maternity leave. Terri MacLeod is filling in.)

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