Why We Think Exosomes Are A Revolutionary Skin Regeneration Treatment

By Dr. Raquel Amado on the 18th January 2024

Have you discovered the groundbreaking wonders of exosome treatment yet? What you might not know is that the key to regenerating your skin for a beautifully refreshed and radiant complexion already lies within your body. Let’s take a closer look at exosomes and what makes this treatment so incredible.

 

What Are Exosomes?

Exosomes, in the context of skin treatments, are like tiny messengers that come from our body’s cells. They hold the power to revolutionise your skin’s health and boast exceptional wound-healing properties. They carry special ingredients, such as proteins and growth factors, with the unique ability to find damaged or inflamed skin cells. Once they locate these areas, they stimulate regeneration and repair the skin, acting as a natural solution for various skin conditions. 

 

At Dr Raquel Skin & Medical Cosmetics, we use exosomes from EvoCyte, combining them with other beneficial elements like hyaluronic acid, vitamins and minerals. The treatment involves microneedling, a process that uses small needles to deliver this potent blend into the skin, promoting skin renewal and addressing concerns like fine lines, wrinkles, acne scaring and hyperpigmentation. Microneedling, often a standalone treatment, proves even more effective when combined with exosome therapy. The enhances results, offering a comprehensive approach to skin treatment. Optimal outcomes are achieved through a recommended series of three to five sessions, spaced every two to three weeks.

 

The remarkable results include improved skin tightness, reduced pigmentation irregularities and a radiant complexion, making exosome treatment an effective and natural way to enhance overall skin health.

 

The Benefits Of This Treatment

Unlock the potential of exosome treatment and enjoy a wide range of benefits, including:

 

  • Reduction in fine lines and wrinkles
  • Enhanced skin tightness and texture
  • Diminished hyperpigmentation (a common skin condition where patches of skin become darker in colour than the skin that surrounds it)
  • Accelerated wound and scar healing
  • Increased skin hydration and radiance
  • Effective treatment for dermatitis/eczema (common conditions that lead to irritation and inflammation of the skin)
  • Management of rosacea (an inflammatory skin condition, usually on the cheeks and nose, that causes a rash and some redness)
  • Addressing inflammatory conditions like psoriasis and lichen simplex

 

Exosome treatment is suitable for practically everyone. With no contraindications given their natural presence in the body. We take the time to check your medical history during the consultation process in order to identify rare allergies to specific ingredients, ensuring a tailored approach to each individual and minimising the risk of any negative side effects.

 

During the procedure itself, you might feel some mild discomfort, but it should get better within two to four hours. Afterwards, you might notice some swelling, redness or bruising, but this typically fades within 24-48 hours.

 

What To Expect Post-Treatment

Exosome treatment yields remarkable results, catering to diverse skin concerns. Noticeable improvements in skin tightness, texture, hyperpigmentation and scar healing can be seen within two weeks as a result of the hyaluronic acid component. The true magic of exosomes is seen around the three-month mark, leaving your skin visibly transformed.

 

While exosomes can’t halt the natural ageing process, regular treatment ensures lasting radiance. For sustained skin rejuvenation, we recommend top-ups every four to six months. This maintenance strategy allows you to enjoy the ongoing benefits of revitalised skin.

 

Book Online Or Get In Touch

Elevate your skincare journey with exosome treatment under the expert guidance of Dr Raquel. Book your consultation at Dr Raquel Skin and Medical Cosmetics today. Contact us at 01732 525875 or drop us an email at drraquel@skinandmedicalcosmetics.co.uk.