We have chosen to partner with DNA Skin Institute, a local Ventura company. Not only are the products certified organic, but they are backed by Dr. Noel Santana Aguilar, a recognized and respected pioneer in biological skin therapy research. Dr. Aguilar is the creator of DNA CryoStem Technology and the DNA CryoStem Skin Therapy System. Not only do the products look good and feel good, you will actually see results!



As we age, our skin regeneration becomes increasingly compromised, whether induced by stress, pollution or the multitude of free radicals that our skin encounters. Stem cells have been a popular method to heal and repair damaged skin tissue. DNA Skin Institute is now introducing the next generation of skin repair with its Signal Plus Serum, specifically designed to stimulate growth of human dermal fibroblasts, hence new skin cells. The more fibroblasts available, the stronger and more youthful your skin will look and feel. This will now replace the previously used bovine stem cells with extracted proteins from silkworms.

Derived from silkworm proteins, the organic fibroblast materials are cultured together. Is this process safe? Yes! The protein is derived from silkworms and no harm is caused during the extraction process. The benefit to you will be the high-level combination to stimulate enzymes, mono and polysaccharides, proteins to promote growth of dermal fribroblasts for your skin to rejuvenate and regenerate. After just a single session of the treatment, there will be an immediate change within 24 - 48 hours. After each treatment, the benefits of skin growth and repair will increase over a minimum of 144 days and is beneficial for all skin types.


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