Introstem Skincare Review: Is It Worth The Price?

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Two Worlds Collide and A Star Is Born

If two worlds were set to collide, we could only hope they would be the worlds of luxury and science. The price tags of each are quite high, but then so too are the benefits.

For example, the relatively new world of stem cell research has opened a new realm on many biological and medical fronts.

It was only a matter of time before that technology was harnessed for the cosmetically inclined.

Now we can introduce Introstem (available here), a stem cell skincare regimen unlike any other.


We’ve all heard of stem cells having the potential to regrow organs or clone living beings in order to save lives. That same principle can save your skin, too—without the moral controversy.

Stem cells are the building blocks of your skin; they renew and replace the damaged skin cells.

Age slows down the renewal process, as our bodies’ own stem cells become less potent.

Introstem claims that adding plant stem cells into a skincare regimen helps the body regenerate and renew aging skin, creating increased collagen production along the way.

Introstem takes these powerful plant stem cells (that divide and multiply just like human cells) and adds them to classically efficacious skincare ingredients, dense with natural compounds.

The result is one of the most luxuriously delicious and scientifically sound skincare lines imaginable.

I tried six of the items from Introstem’s skincare line.

Introstem Skincare Review


(Clockwise from top left)
Stem Cell Activation Serum is a gel serum that aids in reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It’s meant to be used before the day moisturizer or with the Energizing Mask to boost performance.

Stem Cell Energizing Mask is a self-heating mask that is infused with Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin E. The heat is relaxing, and skin looks plumped and glowing immediately after its use.

Stem Cell Defining Eye Serum is a gel that helps plump skin around the eyes.

Stem Cell Dark Circle Eye Cream is infused with caffeine and vitamins to reduce the appearance of under-eye circles. There is a touch of Titanium Dioxide that gives a reflective quality to the cream that helps brighten as well. This cream was most dramatic for me, instantly erasing discoloration and, after weeks of use, smoothing out my “chicken skin” under the eye.


Stem Cell Vibrant Day Moisturizer is quite light and quickly absorbed. Skin seems immediately refreshed, creating a great base for makeup application.

Stem Cell Night Rejuvenation Serum is a thick gel with an eyedropper retrieval. A drop or two smoothed on your skin before bed makes for a very soft face in the morning.

Introstem Skincare Swatches

Introstem-review-6Stem Cell Dark Circle Eye Cream, Vibrant Day Moisturizer and Energizing Mask

One click to their site and price tags may jump out at you.

No, those aren’t typos, they really are between $400 and $1000.

The extraction of stem cells, even from plants, is a pricey process.

The potential of these stem cells to stimulate and protect our own skin is an invaluable discovery for anti-aging skincare. And to have it, we must pay for it.

Though we realize, those prices will limit who will be able to try these.

Introstem Results


Used in conjunction with each other, these products dramatically (emphatically so) improved the texture and plumpness of my skin in three weeks.

In some cases, the improvement is immediate.

Worth noting: these products don’t have sunscreen, and none of them reduce the redness associated with my mild rosacea.

Skincare enthusiasts throughout the world, a protocosmetic has formed, the result of the collision of the worlds of luxury and science.

It is called Introstem and it is going to be a star.


  • sherrishera

    Sherri is a writer, dog lover, old movie fanatic, history detective, political junkie, fashion pundit and social media consumer advocate. “A fancy dinner and expensive champagne are better than writing a rent check any day of the week.” skin tone: NC 25 skin type: oily/sensitive favorite beauty product: anti-aging anything

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  1. You’re so lucky, @sherrishera! The plant stem cell basis for Introstem is so intriguing to me, I’m heartbroken that I can’t afford these products. I hope the technology will become less expensive before too long.

    The packaging is really cool in a sci-fi kind of way!

    1. I imagine that will happen. These do seem to work quite well, but I couldn’t spend this money either. I will look for products that have some of the other ingredients, though, since they are quite capable in their own right.

  2. WOW! The Guardian Angels of Beauty and Science are singing at such a luxurious product. I am curious which one was your favorite?

    1. The Dark Circle Cream was my favorite, mostly because that’s where my aging troubles lie. If I were going out totally barefaced, this would make me look fresh and instantly younger. Not only does it visibly plump up under the eye over time, it’s caffeine and titatium dioxide give added and instant boosts.

  3. Really if you consider the price of Botox, The amount of time it lasts, how unnatural the results can sometimes look and the fact that Poison is being injected, by a Needle – well I’d be happy to pay for these stem cells serum any day of the week!! The results are long-lasting & and it’s nothing drastic- like going to the doctors office is! Thank you so much for bringing this skincare line- and hopefully on my bathroom shelf- in the very near future!! What a wonderful review!!

  4. Oh boy, you got the mother-load,@sherrishera!
    Lucky you!
    This looks like an amazing line, if only money was no object! It would seem we are all in the wrong business. This line is super pricey, I’ll start saving up for it, it may take awhile but, it looks worth it. I’m a fool for the finest skincare, and have saved for pricey lines before! Would you buy it?

    1. I’m not ready to invest that kind of dough…literally “not ready.” My forty-sixth birthday is coming up in a few weeks, but oddly enough, I don’t really have any wrinkles. I do get a little scaley, and I do have a bit of sagging that the collagen replentishing helps with tremendously, but I think I can wait for this. Then again, I should probably start saving for when 50 rolls around…

  5. If I ever win the lottery, I’m gonna buy this line for all we heartsters–it looks amazing. I’m especially intrigued by the Dark Circle cream.

  6. Although it would take me months of saving, if this line truly delivers, price really isn’t an option. Stem cell technology is having such amazing breakthroughs and I love trying new products.

  7. Does the dark circles go disappear after usage and how long before one sees results?

  8. I need the serum for wrinkles and dark bags under eyes

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