Repair Damaged Tissue
Like PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and stem cells, regenerative medicine experts use exosomes to help the body’s natural healing powers to repair diseased and damaged tissue. We use exosome treatments to support facial rejuvenation.
The growth factors in exosomes significantly increase collagen and elastin production in the skin.
Collagen and elastin are responsible for your skin’s strength and elasticity. The production of these two proteins decreases as you age, contributing to the signs of aging.
How Do Exosome Treatments Work?
Exosome therapy can be administered through intravenous (IV) therapy or direct injection in the treatment area. Human cells are made up of various components called organelles. Exosomes form when these organelles fuse with the
cell wall creating tiny sacs that are then released and taken up by other cells. The exosomes carry important components within them like proteins, DNA, and RNA from one cell to another, modifying the function of the recipient cells.