We really are in the future now, huh? From the ancient methods of using snail slime to using cutting-edge technology to use nanotech and stem cells, skincare science has come a long way from its humble roots.
When we hear the words “stem cells” or “nanotech,” you may imagine science fiction concepts that can only be seen in comic books or movies. But friends, this technology is no longer stuck in the pages of a comic book or a movie screen. The folks over at Cel have been hard at work to deliver you the future of skincare right in the comfort of your own home.
Before you rush to the beauty store and get one of these babies, let’s talk about its features, benefits, pros, and cons.
Now while the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask is the sheet mask of the future, this product won’t hold your wallet back. This sheet mask is so futuristic. In fact, it makes your skin look ten years younger. It’s like a time machine for your face!
To combat wrinkles and enhance skin turnover and overall appearance, dermatologists have switched to stem cells. Yep, you’ve heard correctly. Stem cells, the same ones used to treat Alzheimer’s and some forms of cancer in groundbreaking medical studies, are now being marketed over the counter in the form of creams, serums, and other skincare products.
But don’t worry, there aren’t any human or animal skin cells on the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask. Instead, the scientists over at Cel use the stem cells from Panax Ginseng to give you an ageless glow and to reverse the effects of age, pollutants, and UV radiation.
The natural compound extracted from vegetable oils or animal fats is glycerin, also known as glycerol. Glycerin is a moisturizing agent, a type of moisturizing agent that draws water from deeper levels of your skin and air into your skin’s outer layer. Glycerin is widely used in skincare products to capture the moisture that it draws into the skin.
The Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask maximizes the moisturizing effect of glycerin by applying nanotechnology. This allows the glycerin to penetrate your skin much more effectively and efficiently. This moisturizes your skin more, giving you that lovely supple glow you desire.
Another powerful moisturizing agent being used by the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask is the hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a sugar that retains water and helps keep it hydrated and plump, occurring naturally in our skin. The amount of naturally-occurring hyaluronic acid in our bodies reduces as we grow older, much like collagen and elastin.
The nanotechnology of the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask helps replenish the hyaluronic acid you lose throughout the day. Cel’s nanotechnology helps the hyaluronic acid from the serum penetrate deeper into the skin, effectively giving your hyaluronic acid reserves a refill.
Now that we told you all about the features of the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask. It’s time for you to know how this product can help you.
We recommend taking the excess serum and reusing it. Slather it on the spots of your mask that may have dried out or on other problem areas on your body. Your neck, your arms, maybe even your chest if you have enough to spare. The serum isn’t only for your face but also for all parts of your body that need that extra boost.
As we’ve discussed before, the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask is an amazing anti-aging mask. All the ingredients listed above are perfect for clearing away fine lines and wrinkles on your face.
This is accomplished by nourishing your skin and revitalizing it. This causes your skin to plump up and fill in the fine lines that may have developed due to pollution, radiation, or stress. This happens because of the nanotechnology in the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask. It allows for better skin penetration. Couple this with ginseng stem cells, and you will have ageless skin.
Gives you more glowing skin.
The key to radiant skin is moisturization. And the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask gives you that in spades. With two ingredients, hyaluronic acid and glycerin, enhanced by nanotechnology, you’re sure that your skin is moisturized all the way through.
When your skin is fully moisturized, it forms a protective barrier from dirt and bacteria that may cause dark spots. And dry skin can look lifeless and dull. The Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask can turn that around for you giving you a rich youthful glow.
It helps in healing acne scars.
If you have stubborn acne scars from when you were younger or from last week, the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask is the perfect sheet mask for you. Because of the ginseng stem cells’ skin tightening properties, this sheet mask can tighten and smooth out those stubborn bumps and holes.
Because of the other ingredients like hyaluronic acid and glycerin, your skin will be moist and plump. After healing your acne scars, the serum will infuse your skin with hydrating substances and other nutrients to keep your skin acne-free.
Now that we’ve discussed the benefits of the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask, it’s time to discuss its pros and cons.
- Naturally made.
While the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask sounds like it came out of a science fiction novel, the ingredients are purely natural. The scientists at Cel believe that their mission is to combine the most effective skincare ingredients from nature and combine it with cutting edge science to give you the best skin you deserve.
Unlike the other product that uses chemical ingredients to make skincare masks, the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask is environmentally friendly—giving you beautiful skin that doesn’t hurt the earth.
- It helps you relax.
After a long day of work, wouldn’t it be nice to lie down and put on a Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask to rejuvenate and revitalize your face? Just lying there in the comfort of your own couch, watching your favorite tv show, and just absorbing the nutrients.
The Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask’s nanotech hydration technology is perfect for washing away all the skin’s pollutants and providing you with naturally glowing skin while relaxing with a bottle of wine or a book in your hand. It’s so handy. It’s almost unbelievable.
- Detoxifies effectively.
Not only does the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask moisturize and protect your face from harmful elements, but it also deeply cleans and detoxifies the skin. The nanotech improved moisturizing serum replaces the dirt on your pores after a long day. Because it’s been enhanced by nanotechnology, the serum goes under the dirt and washes them from the inside out.
Useful after a long day of wearing make-up and being outside. All those nasty pollutants can cling to your skin, creating acne, blackheads, and whiteheads and destroying your naturally smooth and beautiful skin.
No product is perfect, and that includes the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask. Now that we’ve shown you its pros, it’s time to look at its cons.
- Not suitable for sensitive skin.
Glycerin and hyaluronic acid are pretty strong ingredients that may cause severe damage, especially if you have sensitive skin. Since they pull moisture out from the air around you and from your skin’s lower levels, it may cause blistering and even rashes if used in low-humidity environments.
Because of this, we recommend using the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask in humid areas. You make sure that you consult your local dermatologist about using a sheet mask with glycerin and hyaluronic acid as ingredients. It’s also advisable to conduct spot tests on your skin to see any adverse effects.
- Becomes a breeding ground for bacteria.
Your hands are touching many different things throughout the day. This means that you may have bacteria on your fingers without even knowing it. If you open a Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask and not use it right away, you may be unknowingly spreading bacteria through the serum, especially if you touch it with your bare fingers.
We recommend washing your hands before touching the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask to stop bacteria’s spread. And more importantly, to use the face mask as soon as you open it to prevent contamination from foreign contaminants. If possible, find a small pair of plastic tongs or tweezers to safely and cleanly remove the mask from the packaging.
- It can get very messy.
The most common problem when using sheet masks is the mess it makes after you use it. There’s always too much serum in the packaging, and the mask is over-saturated with the stuff. Leaving you with a pool of serum everywhere. And clean up is no joke.
Now that we’ve presented you with all the facts, pros, and cons, we hope you have formed an informed decision on the Cel Nanotech Stem Cell Face Mask.