Want to fight wrinkles? Some south Floridians are trying the “stem cell makeover”

It’s fairly widely known that stem cells can mean life-saving treatments for deadly diseases. Now, they are being used in the fight against wrinkles – and more and more South Floridians are turning to the “stem cell makeover.” Donna Pritchit is one of them. The 64-year-old headed into the operating room recently, wanting to turn back the hands of time without it being totally obvious.

“Well, stem cells in general are the cells in your body that regenerate tissue and heal tissue, and they make the skin look beautiful and younger,” McQuillan explained. “And they also the fat to remain alive so that the volume that we create stays, which has been a problem with fat transfer in the past.”

View the original article here: More South Floridians Turning to the “Stem Cell Makeover” – NBC 6 Miami

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