Experience a scientific breakthrough with REJUVEL 3D, the first ever three-dimensional skin renewal system using NASA patented technology*.

The science behind our products originates from Space Certified Technology,  developed by astronauts and studied by doctors, formulated to provide highly advanced skin renewal results.




Fibroblast cells are crucial in the foundation of skin health. These cells are naturally found in the layers of human dermal tissue, performing a vital function by biosynthesizing the connective tissue that provides structural support and plays a critical role in the skin’s healing process. Fibroblast cells are also responsible for producing collagen, elastic fibers and glycoproteins, which are all critical elements of healthy, youthful skin. As we get older, the body produces fewer amounts of fibroblast cells, resulting in key signs of aging such as wrinkles, sagging and dryness.


The benefits of REJUVEL 3D products begins with a bioreactor, developed by NASA scientists and engineers, which creates a suspended microgravity environment by using a rotating vessel to grow cell cultures. Experts found that this stress-free environment allowed the cell cultures to grow in a three-dimensional state, much like how cells grow in the human body. Not only were these cells more equivalent to natural skin cells, but they were also exposed to an increased amount of nutrients and functioned in a more complete manner. These results unearthed a major skincare breakthrough when compared to commonly used two-dimensional methods, which force the cells to grow in a restrictive area, leaving them deformed and poorly functioning.


The biomolecules released by these potent 3D cell cultures are the key element in REJUVEL 3D’s formulas. Our products work on the cellular level to restore youthful volume by stimulating fibroblast cells that encourage skin renewal. Clinically proven results show increased hydration, visible reduction of fine lines and wrinkles and enhanced overall skin health.




*Licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund under U.S. Patent Nos. 6,730,498 and 6,485,963 B1 and 6,673,597 B2.