Stem Cells in Dermatology and Cosmetology
The skin has several groups of stem cells present in its layers. Cutaneous stem cells have been experimentally explored to demonstrate their potential and plasticity, besides being autologous cells, thereby avoiding complications such as graft-versus-host disease. The exogenous application of stem cells for wound healing can be considered a promising solution because of their intrinsic capacity to self-renew and differentiate into various tissues necessary for wound healing. The session of the conference strives to unravel the potential diversity of stem cells for the best of dermatological and cosmetic applications. The features discussed here will be Stem Cells and Melanoma, Stem Cells in Wound Healing, Stem Cells in Cosmetology and Stem Cells in Anti-Aging Sciences.
- Stem Cells in Anti-Aging Sciences
- Stem Cells in Wound Healing
- Stem Cells in Cosmetology