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Stemology Expands Its Distribution

May 20, 2014

Now available in doctors' offices and select retailers.

Stemology—a skin care brand incorporating the features of both human adult and plant stem cells, along with a stem cell communicator that greatly enhances the benefit of stem cell "signaling" growth factors in an all-natural formulation—will now be available in physician's offices and select retailers nationwide through Doctors Beauty Group, formerly Doctors' Choice, Inc., the premier distributor of high-end aesthetic products to medical and retail communities.  The seven-figure deal marks the largest single business deal for DermaTech Research, LLC, parent company of Stemology.

According to the company, Stemology is committed to the ethical collection and use of stem cells in an FDA approved laboratory, and only uses adult human stem cell technology gathered from FDA certified, volunteer human bone marrow donors. Stemology contends it never uses human or animal embryonic stem cells, is never bioengineered, and no human or animal is harmed during stem cell harvesting.  Stemology products are all natural, and intelligently organic wherever possible. They are also free of phthalates, parabens, gluten, GMO's and petrochemicals and the formulas do not contain any actual stem cells or DNA matter.

Stemology is available at salon and spa locations, medical offices and online at

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