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EXOSOMES

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WHAT ARE EXOSOMES?


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.


Exosomes derived from the amniotic fluid. A vial contains on average 250-400 Billion EVs in 1cc, which is the concentration chosen by nature to be optimal.

They are between 50 -150 nm in size, which is about 100 times smaller than a cell. 


How Exosomes Affect The Function of Other Cells

Scientists found that when a healthy cell sends an exosome to an unhealthy cell, the damaged cell begins to repair and regenerate itself.

EXOSOMES HAVE A THOUSAND TIMES STRONGER REGENERATIVE POWER DUE TO NUMEROUS GROWTH FACTORS AS COMPARED TO PRP/PRF


Different Than Stem Cells

Often confused with Stem Cells, which are whole cells that have the potential to turn into any cell type in the body, exosomes are actually the biological messengers that are produced to transfer information between cells. Stem cells just happen to produce a lot of them for many different purposes, including youth preservation.

A specific bundle of information goes out of one cell and is digested by your body’s stem cells to tell them what to do. In fact, exosomes provide the necessary biological ingredients such as DNA, RNA, proteins and fats to allow the receiving cell to change in that specific way.


Biological Messengers

We’re starting to understand that exosomes are released from the cell with a specific purpose depending on what is going on in the body. They can be Involved in a wide range of processes related to both health and disease, so they can trigger or suppress inflammation, immune function, heart cell function and cancer among many, many other functions, some of which we don’t even know about yet.


How long does it take to see results from exosome therapy for hair loss?


Exosome therapy may begin promoting natural hair growth in as little as two to three months.  New hair growth can continue over the course of a year, with the most noticeable results usually being seen six months after treatment has been administered.

 

How long do I have to wait before another session of exosome therapy for hair loss?


We typically recommend waiting 3 to 6 months after the last treatment to re-evaluate and before potentially performing another treatment of exosome injections if it is necessary.


 How are exosome treatments different from PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatments?


PRP or platelet rich plasma begins with centrifuging the patient’s blood in order to concentrate the growth factors and platelets naturally present in the body. The drawback of using PRP is it does not provide any stem cells or exosomes because as we age our bodies contain less and less stem cells in our blood.


 How long do exosomes last in your body?


Exosomes are present 6 to 8 months after the final treatment.

 

Do exosomes prolong the hair growth cycle?


Yes, exosomes do prolong the hair growth cycle. Hair follicles stuck in the telogen phase (resting phase) convert to the anegan (growth phase) and prolong the cycle of such.

 

This is of critical benefit; as with every part of our body, hair follicles age. Different than many cells, however, follicular cells age with each cycle of growth. It typically requires decades, but as follicular cells enter and leave each phase they begin to change. Miniaturization, or the shrinking and growing brittleness of hair strands, initiates. From there, without treatment, hair strands continue shrinking after each telogen phase until growth ceases in the complete.

 

Many hair care products and treatments help prolong hair growth. Few, though, are as capable as exosomes. The hair growth cycle remains intact longer while hair strands become thicker and healthier.

 

Can the patient take NSAIDS?


No. It is ideal for the patient to stop taking NSAIDS for 72 hours prior to the injection and for 4 days after. NSAIDS will NOT destroy the injected cells but they can potentially lessen the effects.

 

Are there any contraindications for exosome injections?


There are no contraindications for exosome injections.

 

What preparation do I need for the day of the procedure?


Patients are advised to:



  • Drink a lot of fluid one day prior to the procedure


  • Have breakfast the morning of their procedure


  • Avoid Aspirin, Naproxen, Ibuprofen and other NSAIDs 3 days prior to the procedure and 3 weeks after the procedure.

 

Are there any restrictions after the procedure?


The only restriction is to avoid aspirin, naproxen, ibuprofen, and other NSAIDs for 3 weeks following the procedure.  Following the procedure, you may go home and shower. Be aware the treated area may be tender. Many patients return to work or their daily routine the same day.

 

Can exosomes be used for Alopecia Areata?


Yes. Clinical and anecdotal results have shown tremendous efficacy for when exosome therapy is utilized.


EXOSOMES FACIAL REJUVENATION


The future of skin rejuvenation has arrived, introducing Exosomes Facial Rejuvenation!


BENEFITS OF EXOSOME FACIAL REJUVENATION THERAPY

Exosome facial rejuvenation can increase skin collagen in the treated areas by up to six-fold and also increases elastin levels by up to 300%.

The increase in the collagen and elastin levels will result in:


  • Visible reduction of fine lines, wrinkles and age spots


  • Improved skin brightness and hydration


  • Noticeable decrease in redness and skin irritation


  • Improve the appearance of skin lesions and scars


  • Noticeable improvement in skin texture and pore size



The Exclusive exosome facial. An exosome is an extracellular vesicle that serves as a mode of communication between your cells. When your skin tissue ages, the exosome signals the cells to repair and regenerate your old cells. 

The facial treatment typically involves micro-needling in order to properly infuse the exosomes. This provides systemic rejuvenation which allows your cells to heal better and quicker. The results from the micro-needling gives off a regenerative effect that leaves your complexion dewy and vibrant.


The Exclusive exosome O~Shot


Put the “Oh” Back in your Love Life.

The O-Shot for women is used to treat urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, and even reduced sexual responsiveness in women. Both safe and nonsurgical, the procedure helps stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation.

Women often enjoy some effects of the O-Shot almost immediately, as the growth factors begin to rejuvenate and enhance sexual response. Women who receive the O-Shot procedure have reported an increase in their sexual response within days and weeks of the treatment, and, for many, the increase is dramatic.

What it Treats

  • Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation

  • Younger, smoother skin of the vulva (lips of the vagina)

  • A tighter introitus (vaginal opening)

  • More frequent orgasms

  • Increased sexual desire

  • Increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm

  • Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia (painful intercourse)

  • Increased natural lubrication


  • Deceased urinary incontinence


Enhance the results of the O-Shot with Exosomes. This revolutionary new treatment uses exosome therapy to repair nerves and boost blood supply, improving his patients’ sexual function, sensation and arousal.