What are exosomes?
The cells in our body continuously release nano-sized vesicles called exosomes. The exosomes, which are the building blocks of stem cells, are responsible for facilitating RNA exchange, cellular communication, and delivery of essential proteins between cells. In addition, exosomes transfer potent cytokines, growth factors, and genetic materials known to support cellular regeneration and tissue repair.
What do exosomes do?
Exosomes communicate and transmit signals to unhealthy cells triggering them to regenerate in other words, prompt the body’s natural healing process. Exosome therapy also triggers the new formation of collagen and elastin fibers for sustainable skin volumizing and elasticity.
Are exosomes better than PRP?
Platelet-rich plasma is made by drawing up a patient’s blood and separating the plasma for treatment. If a patient’s plasma is unhealthy, you inject that plasma back into the treatment area and do not provide the best outcome. By contrast, exosomes are created in a lab with the benefit of adding an increased concentration of growth factors, delivering better results.
How do these work on the skin?
Exosomes are applied topically on your skin during your microneedling treatment and help to rejuvenate and regenerate dull-looking skin in women and men while enhancing tissue repair.
Microneedling followed by topical use of Benev Exosome Regenerative Complex reports:
96.4% of patients reported reduction in fine lines and wrinkles in just three treatments
98% of patients said general complexion is brighter after third treatment
87% of patients reported a decrease in redness and skin irritation after three treatments
What other procedures can I use exosomes with?
Chemical peels,laser skin resurfacing, and microneedling treatments benefit the most with the use of exosomes.
In fact, a single microneedling treatment with Benev exosomes can deliver outcomes equivalent to three standard microneedling treatments.