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What Apple Stem Cell Does to You

Stem cells sounded scary when it was first introduced in 1998. Then, stem cells were derived from human embryos grown in labs and applied in humans for anti-aging benefits. The procedure seemed risky and anyway one web article said that few treatments of this nature are safe and effective.

And then came apple stem cells.

It started in the 18th century when a certain kind of Swiss apple, called Uttwiler Sp├Ątlauber, were noted to degenerate very slowly when sliced, unlike other apples. Consequently, after studies, the apple's epigenetic factors and metabolites were found to promote the long life of human skin cells. So today, it's becoming a popular alternative treatment for skin care, complexion enhancement and anti-aging benefits.

It's safer, as well. It's easy to imagine how apple stem cells can pose no harm or dangerous side effects to humans regardless of whether it is applied topically or ingested as a health supplement. How can eating green apple be bad for you? And that's where this stem cell is derived.

So, with apple stem cell mixing and enhancing your body cells, you can achieve a fresh and smooth glow on your skin and young radiant overall look.  And since it boosts cell health and production, even prolonging its lifespan, aging is controlled. And because it has to do with cell regeneration---and the organs and body are made up of cells---it can also boost the immune system.

Veron Cell contains Malus Domestica, which is its apple stem cell ingredient, and works in synergy with other natural healthy ingredients to give you powerful health and skin care benefits. With as little as Php 1,800 you get a bottle of 30 (veggie) capsules and enjoy the benefits of apple stem cell.

Below are the health benefits of Veron Cell:

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