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Exosomes are enriched with proteins, nucleic acids, and other bioactive molecules, and they play a vital role in intercellular signaling and tissue repair mechanisms.

In therapeutic contexts like PRP treatments, exosomes are utilized to augment the regenerative potential, facilitating accelerated healing and improved outcomes for conditions such as hair loss and skin rejuvenation.

While your body naturally produces exosomes, isolating and purifying them for therapeutic use can be challenging and may not yield a sufficient quantity or quality for effective treatment.  Therefore, using exosomes obtained from external sources is often preferred for clinical applications like PRP therapy to ensure the potency and effectiveness of the treatment.

This effective and NATURAL TREATMENT works by restoring growth factors that are naturally found in your blood.

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Exosome treatments require several key steps.  Our practitioners have completed several hundred PRP & Microneedling procedures, working with an experienced practitioner will directly impact your experience and results.

More questions? Visit the Exosome FAQ page.


Exosome Hair Restoration



If you've recently noticed thinning and/or hair loss, PRP with Exosomes might be the answer for you.
Exosomes, which are tiny vesicles containing growth factors and other signaling molecules, are often added to the PRP to enhance its regenerative effects. These exosomes further stimulate dormant hair follicles, leading to improved hair density, thickness, and overall hair health.

PRP is like fertilizer for your hair. Our recommendations usually involve a series of 3-4 treatments. Each treatment is separated by 4-6 weeks to allow for hair growth.
Optimal results can be achieved over a 4-9 month time frame.

Exosome Skin Rejuvenation



PRP is used in cosmetic procedures to improve the appearance of the skin. It can be applied topically or injected into the skin to stimulate collagen production and promote a more youthful, radiant appearance.
Exosomes, containing growth factors and other signaling molecules, can be added to the PRP to enhance its regenerative effects. Together, PRP and exosomes stimulate collagen production, improve skin texture, reduce wrinkles, and enhance overall skin tone and elasticity, resulting in rejuvenated and revitalized skin.

Scar Treatment



PRP is injected/microneedled to diminish the appearance of scarring from injuries,
stretch marks, or surgical procedures. You may need a series of 3-4
treatments for optimal results.

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