Dermal Fibroblasts


Dermal Fibroblasts Are Production Centers For Our Skin

Dermal Fibroblasts

Dermal fibroblasts are just one of the many types of cells that make up our skin. But what do dermal fibroblasts do? How can skin cells be used in regenerative treatments? First, let’s take a look at our skin.

Our skin has 3 main layers: epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue.


The epidermis is the visible outer layer that protects our skin. 90% of the epidermis is made of cells called keratinocytes. Every month new keratinocytes replace old keratinocytes. Those old keratinocytes then become corneocytes that make up the top layer of the epidermis. Our bodies periodically shed these old cells for natural skin renewal.


The dermis is the middle layer that makes up most of our skin tissue. This is where dermal fibroblasts do their work. Dermal fibroblasts make proteins like collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, which help give skin its structure and elasticity.

Subcutaneous Tissue

The hypodermis is the bottom layer of skin. Subcutaneous tissue has a high fat content that helps regulate body temperature and acts as a shock absorber. This layer also helps protect blood vessels, nerves and sweat glands.

Dermal Fibroblasts

Dermal fibroblasts are our skin’s special production centers. These cells produce the 3 essential proteins that keep our skin healthy: collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. These proteins help our skin stay flexible and moisturized.

When we’re young our body has plenty of healthy cells to keep our skin flexible and moisturized. But as we get older those cells lose their ability to self replicate. Once most of us reach our 50’s we’ll have only a third of the healthy skin cells we had in our 20’s. This causes our skin to lose its elasticity.

So, how can you keep skin healthy in old age? There are plenty of options for anti-aging, but conventional treatments can come with lots of potential side effects. Regenerative skincare offers a safe and effective treatment method using dermal fibroblasts to visibly improve aging at the source.

Regenerative Skincare

Recommended For Patients Who…

  • ⇒Want to reduce visible effects of aging
  • ⇒Want to get rid of persistent dark circles under their eyes
  • ⇒Want to heal scarring from acne or other injuries

How Does Treatment Work?

Regenerative skincare (or supplemental skin treatment) works by injecting healthy cells into damaged or aging skin.

Injected cells produce collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid that improve skin elasticity and reduce effects of aging like wrinkles and sagging.


Tissue & Blood Sampling

Tissue and blood samples are taken after patient consultation with a physician. Only a small amount of cells are collected from behind the ear to prevent extensive scarring. After sampling, tissue and blood samples are sent to our specialized CPC for cultivation.


After a few weeks cultivated skin cells are carefully injected back into the patient’s skin using a syringe.

Supplemental Treatments For Long-Term Care

Supplemental treatments can help patients achieve more effective long-term results. Results can vary from patient to patient, so consistent follow-up care is recommended.


Regenerative skin treatments are 100% natural. Each treatment is fully tailor-made using the patient's own cells with no additives. But because every cell-based treatment is unique, it can take a while for results to appear. For most patients it takes around 3 months to see desired results after injection, but these results can last up to 2-3 years, and yearly maintenance can help anti-aging effects last even longer. Our cell storage service makes supplemental treatments possible at any time by carefully preserving healthy cells at our specialized CPC.


Regenerative skin treatments are risk-free and have almost no potential side effects. Treatments are tailor-made for each patient using their own unique cells, carefully cultivated and stored at our accredited Cell Processing Center. Here at CellBank we always provide our partner clinics with the safest, highest quality cells for treatment with the highest standards of quality management outlined in the 2015 Act on the Safety of Regenerative Medicine.

Conventional anti-aging treatments like hyaluronic acid injections can come with many risks and unpleasant side effects like foreign body reactions. But unlike conventional options, regenerative skin treatments are safe and effective.