There has been considerable attention paid to cutaneous stem cell in the area of regenerative medicine as a potential therapeutic goal for managing disorders of the skin and hair, possible use in quickening or supporting the process of wound healing, and numerous types of cancers related to the skin. Cutaneous stem cell plays an essential role in many processes as skin structures’ renovation in case of injuries. During hemostasis, the growth of hair follicles and melanocytes is reconstructed and produced. So, obtaining applicable and valid access to skin stem cells for cutaneous interventions, which often include active molecules, is a treasured accomplishment. However, the main hindrance for drug delivery through the topical route is the active barrier represented by the skin against most exogenous molecules’ penetration. Thus, this field's research is paying more attention to new strategies to avoid and by-pass this barrier efficiently. In this section, a summary of recent advancements made in stem cell and an investigation of their benefits.
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- stem cells
- wound healing
- Regenerative medicine