Exosomes can be thought of as tiny messenger packages produced by our cells. They are very small, about 1/1000th the size of a regular cell.
Exosomes play a role in improving the appearance and health of the skin. They contain various important substances like proteins, lipids, and genetic material that help in cell communication and repair. When exosomes are applied to the skin, they may stimulate the regeneration and growth of skin cells.
Exosomes have the ability to transfer these helpful substances to neighboring cells, encouraging them to function better and promoting the production of collagen and elastin, which are essential for maintaining firm and youthful skin. They also have anti-inflammatory properties, meaning they may reduce inflammation and redness in the skin.
By enhancing cell communication and promoting healthy cell functions, exosomes contribute to the rejuvenation of the skin, making it look smoother, brighter, and more youthful.
Exosomes can help in creating more collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. For the scalp it can help to hydrate and nourish the hair follicles, helping the hair growth cycle. This can help make the hair look shinier and healthier. It can also be used on top of chemical peels or dermaplaning. This can help with appearance of firmer skin, more youthful, less fine lines, wrinkles, pigment and age spots.
In simple terms, the use of Exosomes has shown to:
- Promote skin regeneration
- Stimulate hair regrowth
- Reduced downtime
- Be Anti-inflammatory
- No blood draw required