Plants are ultra-important to humans. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to breath. And of course we know of the nourishment certain plants provide when incorporated into our diets.
Going deeper, plant stem cells are a potent source of antioxidants and can serve to encourage the proliferation of human stem cells.
As we get older, we become more susceptible to lifestyle and environmental factors which can hinder stem cell replenishment: poorer nutrition, UV exposure, and lack of sleep are just some of those factors that muck things up for us.
That’s where beauty brand Enbacci comes in – and all with the aid of a humble fruit..
Thanks mainly to the ingredient of fruit cell culture extract of the malus domestica (that’ll translate to ‘domestic apple’), Enbacci offer an array of products that can help replenish the skin.
Enbacci’s Age Revitalising Eye Defence has been formulated with apple stem cell technology for its ability to promote the reduction of fine lines, wrinkles and dark circles by providing optimum hydration to the eye area.
It’s easy to apply: just a small pump to your fingertip and gently massage below and around the eye, morning and night, and you’ll see results in a matter of weeks.
Continued topical use of plant stem cells – and in this case, beauty products that contain plant stem cells – can aid in collagen synthesis and skin rejuvenation, extending skin stem cell longevity.
So, when they say ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’, perhaps we should consider the positive benefits of the productive stem cells in them apples!
Enbacci Age Revitalising Eye Defence retails at $88.00 15ml.
Manufactured locally, all products in the Enbacci range are available online or via their flagship store in Prahran, Melbourne.
To try and win one of five (5) Enbacci Age Revitalising Eye Defence creams, simply email your name, address and the Subject heading ‘Enbacci Eye’ to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm AWST, Monday 21 December, 2020. Winners will be drawn 9am AWST, Tuesday 22 December with prizes to be sent out before the Christmas break.