Heard of “vampire facials” (PRP therapy) or PRP hair treatment? While PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is the latest buzzword in aesthetic medicine, here’s a better alternative, especially for hair loss – Exosome Stem Cell Therapy.
Exosome Stem Cell Therapy is a hair regrowth treatment with rising popularity. Exomes are core substances that transmit messages between cells in the human body. Think of them as avatars or messengers for stem cells; they possess the regenerative effects of a stem cell and deliver stem cell efficacies to receptor cells.
When used on hair, exosomes transmit signals between epithelial and dermal papilla cells to stimulate dormant hair follicles growth and hair regeneration.
Exosomes also have 3x as much growth factors as PRP does and do not contain impurities from unnecessary portions of your own blood.
Instead of using actual stem cells, exosomes hair therapy is an innovative approach that uses communicating vesicles that stimulate the body’s own stem cells to release growth factors naturally. As such, exosomes pose a low risk of allergic reactions compared to actual stem cells. Its small molecular size (1/1000th the size of a stem cell) also makes exosomes more efficient and allows for effective skin penetration.
HOW IT WORKS
Exomes contain RNA and mRNA, the initiator of protein manufacturing. They promote cellular growth and inherit several useful growth factors, including those that:
Most notably, exosomes prolong the hair growth cycle by converting hair follicles stuck in the telogen phase to the anagen phase.
ASCEplus HRLV contains 10 billion exosomes, 10 types of different growth factors and 30 essential nutrients for scalp and hair nourishment. In addition, it contains miRNAs that have an anti-inflammatory effect on the scalp.
When used on the hair, exosomes from follicular stem cells can:
Both male and female patients suffering from hair loss and scalp problems can benefit from Exosomes hair growth treatment.
Studies show an approximate 30% increase in cell proliferation when patients are treated with ExoSCRT Exosomes.