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Exosomes are extracellular particles that are “manufactured” and released from cells to the blood to transmit information to a nearby cells or organs. These small or nano-particles contain lipids, proteins and nucleic acids including bits and pieces of DNA as well as segments of messenger RNA called microRNA (miRNA). We now know that the cells in our body are able to communicate constantly with others through the information contained in these exosomes.

To combat skin ageing, various technologies have recently been developed to produce controlled injuries to the skin, which in turn enhance tissue repair and skin rejuvenation. Devices such as radio frequency or lasers cause controlled tissue injury, which is followed by collagen remodeling and the synthesis of elastin and dermal collagen in the treatment area. To further enhance the repair process, exosomes can be applied topically after such skin procedures. Researchers have discovered that not only does the skin heal up faster with exosomes, the visible degree of skin rejuvenation is also greatly increased.


Exosomes treatment is suitable for both younger and more mature skin. For the younger population in their 20’s to 40’s, the treatment can target large pores, melasma, acne, rosacea, and acne scars. For the more mature population in their 40’s to 60’s, it targets the fine lines and wrinkles, crepey dry skin, mild laxity, as well as uneven skin tone.

Exosomes can help with the following skin concerns:

Skin brightening and hydration

Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Shallow scars, acne scars

Encourage the production of collagen

When will I see results?

Patient may start to notice results 4 weeks after treatment.

How often do I need treatment?

Every 4-6 weeks is generally recommended, depending on the individual's skin's recovery

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