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3 Things You Need to Know About MFDc19

3 Things You Need to Know About MFDc19

You've probably heard us talk about MFDc19 or Adult Human Bone Marrow Derived Stem Cell Conditioned Media, the youth-preserving, and anti-aging force super powering RESCUE's biocompatible Serum Concentrate and Ultra Moisturizer. But do you really know what it is? If not, we're here to help. Below, let's get up close and personal with this potent ingredient that's changing the skin game.

 

What's in a Name

MDFc19 is short for Mesenchymal Derived Factor Complex 19. It's produced by human stem cells from adult human bone marrow. Stem cells are incredibly valuable cells because they are unspecialized, which means they start out neutral and can morph into specialized cells the body requires. They can also divide and renew themselves, perfect for skin, which needs to constantly renew and turn over in order to stay strong, full and supple. Stem cell usage in skin care is groundbreaking, and RESCUE is focused exclusively on how stem cell science can help keep skin healthy and youthful. MDFc19 is a product of that research using stem cell derived cellular components like peptides, proteins, and enzymes. It helps support your skin by speaking its unique language. That's also why it works for everyone.

 

We Go Deep and Provide Unparalleled Skin Support

Most skincare products target the epidermis (the outermost layer of skin), but RESCUE uses lipid-soluble MDFc19 to penetrate deeper, all the way to the dermis where collagen and elastin are made. It helps skin from the inside out. Because MDFc19 supports skin both topically and at a cellular level, it's equally effective for all skin types, skin colors, and ages. That means it's custom tuned for your unique skin whether you're just embarking on preventative measures, or you're already in a long-term relationship with your anti-aging routine.

 

Prepare for Blast Off

MDFc19 naturally supports and aids in dermal fibroblast production. Fibroblasts are cells in connective tissue that help skin recover from injury. We can consider injury to mean something serious like a burn or chronic skin condition, or the everyday pollution, irritants, and stress our skin is up against. Fibroblasts also produce collagen, one of the key structural proteins that keeps skin youthful and supple, and reinvigorates thinning, creased skin. By supporting fibroblast production, RESCUE contributes to a stronger, healthier latticework of skin and natural cellular turnover that you can see with your own eyes.

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