Skin cells four weeks after injection with filler
Adding more filler to the fiber-filled area around the cells could slow the decline of aging tissue (Photo: Shutterstock)
The latest development in the quest for eternal youth concerns that most visible sign of aging – the skin. Scientists at the University of Michigan (U-M) have found that it might be possible to slow the decline of aging tissue by focusing not on the cells but on the stuff that surrounds those cells. By adding more filler to the fiber-filled area around the cells, they were able to make the skin cells of senior citizens act like younger cells again.
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