Stem Cell Therapy for Anti-Aging

Anti-Aging Stem Cell Treatment

The Aesthetic Stem Cell Localized Treatment is a non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure used to improve the appearance of aging skin and restore hair. This all-natural approach includes skin injections of stem cells and growth factors obtained from umbilical cord, bone marrow, and adipose tissue, as well as intravenous (IV) therapy.

doctor checking woman's skin
Anti-Aging at Stemwell

Is it possible to slow down premature aging?

Evidence suggests that to lead a “healthy life,” we must balance appropriate sleep, a balanced diet, adequate exercise routines, and stress reduction. However, as research progresses, we discovered the benefits of Orthobiological therapies, a new area of Regenerative Medicine that employs the body’s own cells and healing elements to support healing, and halt premature aging.

Signs of Aging:

  • Wrinkles and deep expression lines
  • Loss of facial volume
  • Memory loss or loss of concentration
  • Decreased sexual desire, erectile dysfunction, decreased intensity of orgasm
  • Loss of energy, fatigue, depression
  • Heart disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Poor sleep quality
  • Increased cholesterol levels
  • Polyarticular pain
  • Loss of muscle mass and increase in body fat
man getting injected with anti-aging treatment

Stem Cells

Localized therapies with mesenchymal stem cells and intravenous (IV) therapy are utilized to improve the aesthetic look; these cells produce collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. Treatments with stem cells produced a better response with longer-lasting effects than other products.

We use Treatments with stem cells in concert with PRP and IV therapy to maximize the advantages and ensure that the cells remain in the area to be treated, which has another significant advantage; stem cells have immunomodulation and inflammatory control properties, which speed up the healing process and ensure that the physical appearance does not alter abruptly.


Another emerging area of skin therapy is the use of growth factors (PRP) to stimulate keratinocyte and collagen proliferation. In a localized technique, plasma-rich platelets are applied intradermally in the area to be treated.

Growth factors are peptides that participate in both cell-to-cell and intracellular signaling processes such as chemotaxis, division, and differentiation.