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Save your cells
from aging

Preserve your best cells for the future of regenerative treatments.

We’re at the beginning of an anti-aging revolution

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Unlocking the potential for...

Hair regrowth

Skin rejuvenation

Injury recovery

Disease treatment

A regenerative revolution powered by your own cells

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8,300+

Active cell and gene based clinical trials taking place worldwide

240+

Stage III clinical trials currently active as of 2022

$26b

Expected stem cell market value by 2026

These regenerative treatments can drastically change our lives

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Look better

Replacing of invasive surgeries and harsh chemicals, our skin and hair can be rejuvenated with our own cells to fight the effects of aging.

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Stay active

An active lifestyle shouldn’t have an end date. With cell treatments, you’ll soon be able to repair wear and tear on the body and support stronger recovery from injuries.

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Age healthier

The effects of aging accelerate as we get older, leading to disease and frailty. Regenerative treatments can help replenish what we lose with age.

But there is a problem

As we age, our cells become less effective

As they age, our cells
become less effective

Stem Cell activity over time
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19%

decrease in the ability to regenerate stem cells with age

20-80%

decline in stem cell diversity after 70

Cell-based treatments will only be as powerful as the cells we use.

Longer telomeres
More stem cell activity
Better cell health
Fewer DNA mutations

Younger cells
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Older cells
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Shortened telomeres
Accumulation of radical damage
Reduced stem cell activity
Cellular atrophy

Younger Cells
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Longer telomeres
More stem cell activity
Better cell health
Fewer DNA mutations

Older Cells
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Shortened telomeres
Accumulation of radical damage
Reduced stem cell activity
Cellular atrophy

What if we could stop our cells from aging?

and leverage younger cells when we need them most?

Introducing

Acorn live cell preservation

The first non-invasive solution to preserving your younger follicle cells for use in future cell treatments.

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Harvest your best cells

Your hair follicles are plucked and collected in a non-invasive procedure, available at any age.

Confirm their viability

Cells are counted and analyzed for viability, providing you confirmation before storage.

Cryogenically freeze them

We separate your cells into multiple vials and freeze them at -196° Celsius to stop the effects of aging.

Access them in the future

Your cells are safely stored and ready to access for applicable treatments.

The ideal cell source

Hair follicles are multi-germ cell sources that can be collected non-invasively, replenishes naturally and features valuable skin cells and stem cells.

100k

Average number of hairs on the head

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50

Follicles collected for Acorn cell preservation

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100k

Average number of hairs on the head

20

Different cell types are found in the hair follicle

Keratinocytes

The primary cells that produce the surface level of your skin.

Fibroblasts

Sub-dermal tissue layer cells that play a role in producing collagen and elastin.

Stem Cells

Progenitor cells that can become a wide variety of cells in your body.

Save your best cells from aging now

The number 1

To get on the list for Acorn cell cryopreservation, request access below.

The number 2

Eligibility will be based on location, preferences and timing, with availability starting in select regions across North America.

The number 3

Once available in your region, you'll receive an email with next steps for getting started with Acorn.

Request access