What are stem cells?

What are these stem cells
we all have in our bodies?

Our body contains about 60 trillion cells. The core of these are stem cells. Stem cells have the ability to differentiate, to change into to different parts like the organs and blood, in the formation of the human bodies. Taking advantage of this characteristic, stem cells are promising as an ingredient in the field of regenerative medicine to treat tissues damaged by injury or disease.


Re:A’s unique stem cell
supernatant fluid,
offering both safety
and effectiveness.

When cultured, stem cells release a variety of bioactive proteins called growth factors. It is said that there are more than 500 types of growth factors. Promotion of tissue regeneration by sending these bioactive substances into the skin and body is the theory of beauty that Re:A focused on.