Whether you want to fade acne scars or get bright happy skin, it’s time to discover Microneedling with Exosome Therapy!
What are Exosomes?
Before we discuss exosome therapy we should review what exosomes are, to begin with! Here’s how exosomes work: exosomes are micro-vesicles that are responsible for communicating from cell to cell. You can think of them as the cell phone of the cell. They essentially tell tissue and other cells what to do; for example, if they’re introduced to a wound, they can tell the skin to produce more collagen to speed up cellular turnover. Because exosomes are the center of cellular communication, we’ve learned to program them to perform specific actions that produce a client’s ideal results.
How Does Microneedling with Exosome Therapy Work?
Microneedling with exosomes treatment provides clinically-proven skin rejuvenation and regeneration of skin that has the ability to harnesses the power of over 2 billion stem cells. Exosomes are the cell communicators, they tell cells what to do and transfer numerous growth factors and cytokines and genetic materials that have shown signs of tissue repair and improving skin cells. Using exosomes in microneedling helps the skin become brighter and more hydrated. Redness and skin irritation will decline, skin lesions, scars, textures and pore size will be improved.
Think of it as a specific and direct impact on your biggest complexion concerns, including:
Skin tone & texture
The skin’s repair process results in improvement of the appearance of softer wrinkles and improved texture, more even skin color, and acne scarring can be diminished. Exosomes also improve the texture and color of skin, by encouraging the growth of new tissue.
The beauty of this treatment is that it doesn’t break down the epidermis (outer layer of the skin) so there is no scarring and no downtime. The body’s immune system simply goes to work repairing the perceived damage. All you see is fresher and younger skin within a week. Some redness after treatment is normal but subsides by the next day. Skin can feel dry and taunt over several days.