Reluma is a consumer cosmetics line featuring groundbreaking products that recapture the luminosity of youthful skin and hair. Formulated with growth factors and matrix proteins derived through the application of PEM technology, our products consistently deliver age-defying results without the unpleasant side effects sometimes associated with other cosmetic therapies.
Reluma was created by Invitrx Therapeutics, a leading pioneer in Regenerative Medicine. Founded by microbiologist Habib Torfi in 2003, Invitrx began as a developer of skin grafts for burn patients. Over the years, Invitrx’s breakthrough technologies have become instrumental to the creation of numerous life-changing skin care products, including Reluma. In fact, every Reluma product, from facial cleanser to shampoo, is formulated with growth factors and matrix proteins produced using Invitrx’s proprietary PEM technology. This scientific approach to skin care has yielded remarkable results and earned Reluma a passionate and loyal customer base across the globe.
The body’s ability to maintain and replace healthy cells declines over time, and noticeable aging is the result. Reluma helps recapture the skin’s natural firmness and luminosity by actively working with your body’s repair mechanisms to help manage the aging process.
Reluma cosmetic products were designed utilizing PEM technology to rejuvenate skin and hair to a lustrous glow. The entire line of Reluma products are formulated with conditioned media containing cytokines and growth factors (along with interleukins and matrix proteins) to restore the skin’s structural framework and promote a smoother appearance. Notably, Reluma’s active ingredient is the conditioned media itself – there are no live stem cells, organisms, or any kind of DNA in our products.
About Stem Cells
What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells serve as the body’s repair system. Unlike other human cells, they have the unique ability to develop into many different cell types within the body. This makes them highly valuable to scientists and doctors since they can be used to test new drugs for effectiveness and safety, create new cells and tissues (regenerative medicine), or even treat disease.
Where Do Stem Cells Come From?
There are several sources of stem cells, but the two most common include embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells. Embryonic stem cells have historically been the most coveted since they can potentially become any cell in the body. However, they’re also the most controversial because they’re extracted from human embryos, which has raised ethical issues. Adult stem cells, on the other hand, present no ethical challenges as they come from adult tissues. And while they can’t give rise to all cell types, emerging research has revealed that adult stem cells are far more versatile than previously imagined.