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Most people think when they buy a product
that contains some kind of stem cell, that they’re getting a top of the line product
that is definitely going to work. After all, we all know the benefits of stem
cells. They have been involved in countless medical
breakthroughs even up to this day. So yeah, consumers across the planet would
love to buy a product containing stem cells, but unfortunately there’s different kinds
of stem cells and that has now gotten one company, Peter Thomas Roth, in quite a bit
of trouble with a new lawsuit. Joining me now to explain this is Scott Hardy
with Top Class Actions and Scott, yeah, everybody wants to get their hands on products with
stem cells, especially in this case, anti-aging creams because you assume you put that on
your face with these stem cells, it’s obviously gonna do some really great things because
stem cells can do that. But as I mentioned, different kinds of stem
cells here. You know, this isn’t the human stem cells. This is something else, isn’t it? That’s right. You have Peter Thomas Roth and their anti-aging
products, which are promising, according to this glass action, some amazing results. And with these stem cells, they, you know,
like you said, you hear stem cells, you say, oh, I could rub this in. Stem cells are magical. They will make me look younger. It’ll be great. Well, in this they had their Rose Stem Gel
products, the Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Gel products, which have stem cells from roses. Now, I’m not quite sure how that helps us
as humans, but according to Peter Thomas Roth and their marketing agreements, these stem
cells can have anti-aging and restorative benefits. But as like a lot of these class actions,
the class action’s saying that there’s no science behind it that supports that. They also have their Water Drench line and
the Water Drench line says that it draws moisture from the atmosphere into the user’s skin. I mean, that is special and claims that the
product will hold a thousand times its weight in water and provide hydration up to 72 hours. But again, unfortunately according to this
class action, there’s just no science to back it up. So you have these folks that are buying these
products, hoping that it will help clear away their wrinkles, restore their face. You know, any age marks they’ll, that’s going
to help, that’s going to help them disappear with these Rose stem cells and this amazing
Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench. But the science isn’t backing it up is what
the plaintiff attorneys are saying. Well, and that, you know, makes total sense
because human stem cells work because they’re cells that are not necessarily programmed
for a specific function. So when you put them in the body, when you
put them in a certain part of the body, they will kind of take on the role that the other
cells in that area do. For example, you have a damaged liver and
you get injected with stem cells in the liver, they will become or can become, excuse me,
liver cells. So you would think if you’re putting stem
cells on your face, they’re going to become human skin cells. But you can’t do that with a different, I
mean, we’re not even talking about a different animal here. We’re talking about a different organism all
together. Roses, I’m sorry, but human cells cannot bond
with plant cells like that. I mean, that, that’s not a thing that is even
scientifically possible. Maybe somewhere in the future we’re going
to be able to merge with plants, I doubt it, but this company is saying, no, no, no. A stem cell is a stem cell, right? This is going to do well for you. And then I got to say with this Water Drench
product, this would be a miracle product all around the world. You know, help your body draw in moisture
from just the air. Oh my God, think of the problems we could
solve. This, this, this truly is snake oil in my
opinion, reading this, looking at these complaints, this stuff is pure snake oil, man. Yeah, I mean that’s what we’re seeing here. We’re getting a bunch of comments on this. People that have bought these products and
didn’t see any results, and that’s the big problem is that if you’re going to promise
these results, if you’re going to say that we have this special benefit, we have these
special ingredients that make our product amazing, then it needs to deliver. And you have to have studies that back that
up. You have to be able to say, hey, these are
folks that used the Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Gel and this is the benefits that they
saw and, you know, all of these claims about the stem cells and the extra hydration. There has to be some science instead of just
thinking, well maybe it’ll work and then putting on their box and selling it. Well and, you know this, this should be a
fairly easy one for the lawyers here to prove. I mean, they can look and see if there is
in fact any science to back any of this up. Obviously there’s past customers to see if
there’s anything here. So hopefully this is going to be a slam dunk
for the lawyers that’s going to result in a pretty decent settlement for the people
who’ve been using these products regularly. Again, when it’s based on science, science
is either there or it’s not. So again, hopefully this is fairly easy and,
you know, if it is, this could be one of those ones that settles probably long before it
actually makes it to a trial. Exactly. Now, unless your face is actually part rosebud,
then maybe that really would help have a, a real positive impact. But I don’t know anybody, even if they smell
nice, that it might help with. Right. For more information on this issue, you can
follow the link in the description of this video, head over to Top Class Actions, and
while you’re there, make sure you sign up for their weekly newsletter. Scott Hardy with Top Class Actions, thank
you very much for talking with us. You’re welcome. Thanks for your time, Farron.

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