Preserving Skin Cells

Cell Storage

CellBank is a bank for your cells.

We make effective anti-aging treatments possible at any time by carefully preserving healthy skin cells. Regenerative skincare can even treat patients in their 60’s with healthy cells preserved in their 40’s.

Preserving Youthful Cells

Our cell storage service works by preserving youthful cells in liquid nitrogen at -196°C. Liquid nitrogen makes effective long-term cell preservation possible because water can’t exist below -130°C. Cells preserved at conventional temperatures like -40°C or -80°C still retain their water content, so biochemical processes can happen in these cells even during cryopreservation, giving cells a lower survival rate.

Preservation in liquid nitrogen eliminates water content so these biochemical processes are completely stopped, effectively freezing cells in a time capsule. This ensures a high survival rate and more effective treatment.


Collagen that gives skin its elasticity is made by dermal fibroblasts (skin cells) found in the inner layer of skin (the dermis). These cells gradually decrease and lose their functionality from age and exposure to UV rays, causing wrinkles and sagging.

Regenerative skin treatment can improve these signs of aging by injecting healthy cultivated skin cells into affected areas.

These healthy cells provide collagen that visibly reduces signs of aging and gives skin new elasticity.

Cultivation & Storage

Our CPC is equipped with a special Bio-Clean Room where our highly trained Cultivation Specialists manage cell cultivation and storage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Skin cell samples taken at our partner clinics are carefully sent to our CPC where we cultivate dermal fibroblasts (skin cells) that produce collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.

※ CellBank is an accredited cell processing company licensed under the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. We provide a wide range of cells for regenerative treatments at clinics across the country, including skin cells, cardiac stem cells, peripheral blood stem cells, endometrial stem cells, adipose-derived stem cells, and more.