Exosomes are quickly becoming one of the most innovative and transforming skin rejuvenation treatments available. Exosomes are extracellular vesicles implicated in cell-to-cell communication, the transmission of disease states, explored as a means of drug discovery, and are part of membrane-bound cells as tiny nanovesicles composed of proteins, lipids, and growth factors, mRNA, and miRNA (microRNA).
Exosomes are powerful elements that restore cells throughout the body in simple terms. Exosomes are carefully extracted from donated human mesenchymal stem cells and purified and prepared for use. Exosome therapy is a part of regenerative medicine that gives new growth to older stem cells. The treatment works well because exosomes are the healing and regenerative properties of the body, plus they contain various natural growth factors vital to the body’s healing processes.
Benefits of Exosome Technology
- Scar Remodeling/Softening/Size Reduction
- Tissue Repair
- Sun Damage Repair/Reversal
- Hyperpigmentation Reversal
- Collagen Stimulation
- Complexion Brightening/Renewal
- Softening of Fine Lines/Wrinkles
- Prevention & Treatment of Hair Loss
Exosomes are an integral part of the regenerative skin cell process and are the upgraded version of the natural growth factors in the body. They provide a potent, powerful combination of ingredients needed to repair skin, wounds, and skin. Exosome treatments can be administered as a standalone treatment, used with advanced laser treatment, or combined with microneedling.
Exosomes treatments last from six to nine months and scheduling additional maintenance treatments help you experience additional benefits and promote regeneration and healing.
GFaceMD integrates exosome technology into microneedling and laser treatments. We recommend 3-6 treatments, at least three weeks apart.
Exomes are a natural part of cells that regenerate injuries, the skin, and other cells.
Although the FDA hasn’t cleared exosomes for cosmetic use, they have proven safe and effective when used by professional skincare experts.
Most treatments last from six to nine months. You will need to schedule maintenance treatment to help you keep your young and healthier look.
For over 30 years, exosomes have been used to treat wounds, and now they are being used to treat skin issues such as aging problems.
It does take time for the exosomes to get deep into your skin to trigger natural growth factors. However, you will see improvement after one treatment.
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