What are Exosomes for the skin?

Exosomes, when delivered via one of our medical devices, have immense powers to increase cell turnover, improve the skin’s environment, and give the skin an enhanced ability to self-regenerate.

Exosomes are naturally present within the body and when they are extracted, they provide a kind of stem cell therapy – without using actual stem cells. They’re thought of as the messengers within the skin that increase cell-to-cell communication, sending signals to the surrounding fibroblasts, cytokines, peptides and growth factors, to release collagen and elastin strands… In short, they’re basically telling the skin to regenerate and renew.



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So, what can it do for the skin?

One of the best things about our Exosomes therapy is that each treatment floods the skin with 5 billion pure exosomes and high viscosity hyaluronic acid. These exosomes contain 10 types of growth factors, 6 types of peptides, NAD+, DMAE and glutathione, all which are the building blocks of the skin.

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Here’s a quick lowdown on what each thing inside our Exosomes vials does for the skin:

Peptides: short chains of amino acids which improve the skin barrier, helps to fight fine lines and wrinkles for more elastic skin and reduce skin redness and inflammation.

Growth factors: produced and secreted by the skin cells, plays very important roles in repairing the skin and in chronic and acute wound healing.

NAD+: Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) is a coenzyme. Low levels of this in the skin induce sun sensitivity, essentially speeding up the signs of ageing, so NAD+ is a bio-ingredient to increases cellular energy. Supercharging the skin to fight and delay the signs of ageing.

Glutathione: The master antioxidant in the skin. Detoxifies skin, improves skin health, protects against oxidative stress and the integrity of the skin cells

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So now you know what each treatment helps to promote once absorbed, here’s some more skin conditions it is suitable for…

The top things our amazing Aestheticians will use Exosomes for is for reconstruction of the skin – or the skin barrier mainly – but also reconstructing on a cellular level, to regenerate and enhance your skin’s ability to do so (the cells get lazy, just like we do! So this is why this treatment provides an amazing boost!). It also can reduce pigmentation, redness, and inflammation – making it perfect to be delivered via our skin or microneedling treatments.

It’s also perfect for sensitive skin, as it’s completely bio-compatible, and suitable for dull and dehydrated skin.


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Another amazing thing our Exosomes ASCEplus SRLV treatment can be used for is for soothing compromised, weakened or damaged skin.

This means alongside treating sensitive skin, as we mentioned earlier, it can also help eczema (yes Exosomes for eczema is a thing!), dermatitis or psoriasis.

Whatever your issue – whether you’re looking for a good treatment for when eczema becomes infected or an effective way getting rid of dermatitis, Exosomes can help improve the skin.

Of course, all suitability will always be confirmed during consultation, but for those suffering from an autoimmune disease causing skin irritation, Exosomes might just become your new obsession to:

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Awaken growth factors and peptides to improve skin quality
  • Diminish redness
  • Accelerate the healing process
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How are the Exosomes applied?

Our Exosomes are delivered topically, through the aid of mechanisms such as microneedling which create channels within the skin. Each medical device acts as a way of introducing the Exosomes deep into the skin, allowing them to infuse at different depths.

For more information on our Exosomes skin therapy treatment, contact our team here.


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