What Are Exosomes And How Do They Restore Hair Growth?
The hottest, new therapy in skin rejuvenation and hair growth has hit the market at Flawless Hair Restoration in Melbourne. Exomide Exosome technology is widely used across South Korea and is now making a name for itself across the globe. Allow us to break down this amazing innovation and how it can help you on your hair growth journey.
What Are Exosomes?
Exosomes are building blocks for growth within the hair and skin. They are messengers for cell to cell communication to boost the production of all cells, therefore they enhance anti-ageing effects and stimulate hair growth effectively. They have been well documented in research.
When Multivesicular bodies (MVBs), intracellular endosomal organelles which are characterised by multiple internal vesicles that are enclosed within a single outer membrane, fuse with the plasma membrane, exosomes are released. MSC-derived exosomes can regulate the hair growth cycle, which can help to promote the growth of new hair and prevent hair loss.
How does Exomide Stimulate Hair Growth?
Exosomes are the building blocks, carrying RNA and mRNA for protein manufacturing. The hair growth cycle comprises distinct phases; anagen, catagen, telogen (and exogen). The anagen phase, spanning 2 to 6 years, involves the continuous proliferation of epithelial cells, leading to the formation of hair shafts.
The telogen phase, lasting approximately 3 to 5 months, serves as a resting period, culminating in hair shedding during exogen. The catagen phase, a transitional period lasting about 3 weeks, marks the end of hair growth between anagen and telogen. Exomide is clinically proven for both men and women, and when these beneficial signalers are injected into the sculpt, kickstarts the hair growth cycle.
There are two key cell types that are vital for the cycle and maintenance of hair follicles which are stimulated through the use of Exomide.
Mesenchymal cell differentiation is prompted by epithelial exosomes, while mesenchymal exosomes stimulate the production of basement membranes and other proteins essential for organ formation in epithelial cells. This suggests that exosomes, or the molecular cargo they convey, could play a role in the treatment of diseases or contribute to tissue growth and regeneration.
How Is Exomide Different?
Exomide contains 7 types of growth factors, 17 types of amino acids, 6 types of peptides and 8 types of HA. Just one vial contains 10 billion exosomes for the hair!
Results may begin in as little as two to three months, with the most noticeable changes after six months. There are no contraindications for Exomide and in case you are worried about just HOW stimulating Exomide is, studies suggest that exosomes, used to treat cancer, neither cause nor proliferate cancer cells.
Want more? Here are our top favourite reasons why you should invest in an Exomide Exosomes:
- No blood draw or centrifuge spinning
- Protects hair follicles, boosting their health
- Speeds up cell division for faster hair growth
- Acellular – no live cells involved
- Over 300 growth factors
- Contains Hyaluronic Acid for added nourishment
- Topical and sub-dermal application
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- No reconstituting or matrix needed
- Noninvasive holistic approach to hair regeneration
- Potential to increase the number of hair follicles in the growth phase
- Repairs damaged hair follicles
Before the procedure, hydrate, enjoy a hearty breakfast, and steer clear of certain medications (this will be discussed with you in your hair consultation). After, shower off and return to your routine – the treated area may be tender, but many patients resume their daily activities the same day!