Stem Cell Medium

Special Skin Serum is formulated from what stem cell scientists call a “conditioned medium”.  The medium is conditioned by ethically collected human stem cells from placentas and umbilical cords, which release cytokines and other skin regenerating proteins that become available for skin repair.

Blue Horizon invented a proprietary process that stabilizes the liberated cytokines, rendering them safe and accessible for aesthetic skin improvement.  An independent skin test on twenty individuals aged 46 to 81 found a 23% reduction in skin roughness, including a decrease in the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and scars.  

An English translation of the test is, here.

Dermatest Skin Care Test Results (Translated into English) Dermatest Skin Care Test Results (Translated into English) (132 KB)

The original German test results are, here.

Dermatest Skin Care Test Results (German) Dermatest Skin Care Test Results (German) (1907 KB)


Cytokines are one of today’s most exciting captured biological processes, because they govern so many regenerative functions.  The cytokine group of chemical regulators includes a diverse assortment of interleukins, interferons and growth factors that control anti-aging and activate the body’s immune system.

Cytokines stimulate, propagate and regulate new cell production in human skin.  These “messaging” molecules mobilize cell division to help heal age related damage.  Cytokines have powerful influence over skin texture and quality because they regulate cell shape, metabolism and migration from one location to another.

Several stem cell skin care ranges claim cytokine-style benefits.  However, human stem cell cytokines are more biologically compatible with human skin than cytokine proteins from other sources.

Human Growth Factor (HGF)

Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) in skin care activates the body's natural healing power to the degree that many call this remarkable peptide a natural “beauty factor”.  Since the discovery of EGF and its role in cell growth, researchers have been enthusiastic about it as an ingredient in top anti-aging and skin rejuvenation formulations.   Scientific studies provide evidence that EGF in harmony with cytokines and other growth factors help halt the aging process.

Decreased epidermal cell turnover and reduced collagen production make skin look older.  When you’re young, skin cells proliferate faster.  Rapidly replacing cells are what give the skin its youthful radiance.  Also, collagen and elastin fibers are well maintained in youth.  These structural elements display as elasticity, resilience and plumpness.

With age, the rate of cell proliferation decreases.  This results in skin thinning.  Collagen production also drops, which leads to the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the skin. Damaged elastin fibers make skin sag.  Continuous EGF application results in the improvement of lines and wrinkles.

Short and Long-Chained Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a glycosaminoglycan molecule which is a complex polysaccharide with high molecular weight. Being a glycosaminoglycan, hyaluronic acid is highly hydrophilic (a chemical affinity for water) and has a capacity to absorb water up to 1,000 times its weight.  As a result, hyaluronic acid is often referred as ‘nature's moisturizer’.

The production of hyaluronic acid is at its highest during adolescence and early adulthood. However, the body’s ability to produce hyaluronic acid decreases with age. Lower hyaluronic acid production makes skin lose volume, appear rougher and become dehydrated. This decrease is a direct cause of the development of lines, folds and wrinkles.

Hyaluronic acid is present all over the dermis (which is the layer below the surface of the skin). Its role is to attract water and maintain the moisture balance in the extracellular space to yield a livelier, vibrant and more youthful skin appearance.  In humans, hyaluronic acid is particularly found in connective tissues and synovial fluid.

Long-chained hyaluronic acid penetrates the skin and becomes part of the anabolic cycle, which moisturizes skin deeply through natural metabolic processes.  It improves skin by retaining water and healing connective tissues.  These plump surface skin and smooth superficial lines on the epidermis.  Short-chain hyaluronic acid penetrates deeper into epidermal layers where it binds moisture internally to plump wrinkles from the inside out.

People Are Saying-

“My skin is just amazing.  My face, my legs, my hands and my feet…everything got so smooth."

Janice Dickinson, the world's first supermodel at 58.

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