Why Does Health & Beauty Start With the Cell?
To better understand why cellular medicine forms the foundation of health and beauty, consider your bed: if you get a surgical facelift, you get a tighter sheet. If you use cellular medicine to make the skin healthier, you get a new sheet (epidermis), a new mattress (dermis) and new box springs (fatty tissue and bone).
There’s a time to tighten the sheet (many of our members are cosmetic surgeons) but every surgeon will tell you that, even if you have surgery, the healthier and younger the tissue (new sheets) the better the results.
This group of scientists, physicians, and nurse-practitioners (members of the American Cosmetic Cellular Medicine Association) works to discover and to become expert at the best uses of cell biology to improve health and beauty.
Current research sponsored by the CMA
The methods include stem cells, peptides, glycosaminoglycans (like Juvederm and Restylane), retinoic acid, platelet rich fibrin matrix (and other blood derived growth factors), hormones, nutritional strategies, and cosmetic peels. But, other methods are on the way.
CMA Sponsored Activities…
1. Vampire Facelift (R) procedure training
Our staff at CMA headquarters…
Left to right…
Taylor (in the front)-Fulfillment
Erin-Education/workshop co-ordination (we have over 70 distinguished teachers world-wide)
Samantha (in the back)-Business Consultant
Hannah (in the front)-Business Consultant
Dr. Runels (in the back)
Steve-Intellectual Property manager
Join us now in the exciting task of finding and implementing ways to use cellular medicine for health and beauty.
Thank you very much for your interest.
Charles Runels, MD