Exosome facial therapy is a regenerative treatment that works from within the skin. Exosomes (also known as extracellular vesicles or EVs) allow cells to communicate. These messengers help in the body’s response to injuries, inflammation, and overall healing.
As we get older, our skin loses its ability to effectively repair itself. This often results in the appearance of thinning, sagginess, wrinkles, and fine lines. Injuries also take longer to heal as skin ages. Exosome facial therapy helps to reverse the signs of aging by helping skin cells regenerate. They are clinically proven to improve the appearance of:
- Fine lines, wrinkles and age-related pigment
- Overall brightness and hydration
- Redness and skin irritation
- Skin lesions and scars
- Texture and pore size
How does an Exosome Facial Therapy treatment work?
Exosome facial therapy begins with a gentle skin cleansing in which dirt and dead skin cells are removed. Then, a topical treatment containing exosome particles is fully applied to the face. Lastly, heat is used to help the particles absorb into the skin. The exosomes encourage cell turnover, where new skin cells replace damaged cells. This painless therapy is often accompanied by a microneedling procedure, in which the treatment mask is deeply absorbed into the skin through tiny holes. Results are noticeable almost immediately, and they continue to improve with repeated sessions of therapy. After treatment, exosomes remain active for several months. There are few side effects, with the exception of skin tenderness.
Who can benefit from Exosome Facial Therapy?
This skin rejuvenating treatment is beneficial to anyone looking to improve their skin’s appearance. It is suitable for all ages and skin types. Since it is a non-surgical procedure done in-office, it requires minimal to no downtime afterwards.
How can patients prepare for Exosome Facial Therapy?
Patients should drink plenty of fluid the day before the procedure to ensure proper hydration. It is also recommended to eat a well-balanced meal ahead of time. Patients should refrain from taking anti-inflammatory medications in the days leading up to and after treatment.