ReCell Spray on Skin
Recell involves having a biopsy to harvest your own cells which are made into a solution that can be sprayed onto the skin. It is particularly good for treating skin that has been traumatised by burns, and acne scarring as well as smoothing uneven skin tone.
What is ReCell Cell therapy?
Cell therapy involves transplanting cells from either your own body or a donor to rejuvenate the skin on the face or body and to repair skin damage. The transplanted cells encourage collagen production to restore the skin’s structure. The specialised cells in the skin responsible for forming collagen are called fibroblasts, so these are the specific cells which are harvested in a laboratory and injected or sprayed into the damaged area to boost collagen production.
ReCell produces a ‘Spray Solution’ that contains all of the skin cells necessary to promote healthy skin growth. This includes keratinocyte cells that form the basis of healthy skin and melanocyte cells that produce skin colour (melanin). The cells are processed while the doctor prepares the area to be treated and are then sprayed on to the skin by the doctor. Once applied on to the wound, these cells multiply and spread throughout the skin, resulting in increased healing.
Unlike previous forms of such treatment, the Recell approach allows for the whole array of skin cells to be incorporated in to the damaged area of skin, these are wholly taken from the patient thus there is no risk of rejection/infection.
ReCell is used to treat
Vitiligo, skin affeced by sun damage, or Hypopigmentation, resulting from trauma, acne scarring, skin cancer or surgery.
I Thought That Vitiligo was Incurable?
Vitiligo so far cannot be cured, however the distressing symptoms of Vitiligo are that causes white patches on skin, especially face and hands. These can now be treated with Recell. Excellent results have been shown, much work is being done in this field at present.
Can Recell Really Help My Keloid Scarring?
I Have Had Other Cell Transplant Treatments that have Failed Does Recell Really Work?
YES it does!
Recell was not developed for cosmetic use. Its initial use and indeed main use at present is in the treatment of serious 3rd degree burns, or where large areas of skin have come off during accidents and skin graft is not an option.
Recell is used by Major Burns Centres in the NHS, you can be sure that if it was ineffective, in these cash strapped times, it would be dropped like a lead balloon!!
The Recell Kit