How do Exosomes Work?

Exosomes expose your cells to new growth factors. A growth factor is a protein, and it stimulates cells to grow, differentiate, proliferate and heal. Exosomes are basically a by-product of a stem cell. In your body, exosomes are released from certain cells, and then travel throughout the body carrying messages to other cells. They contain information and prompt cells to behave in certain ways.

In regenerative medicine applications, exosomes can be injected into the treatment area. The exosomes most often come from mesenchymal stem cells harvested from amniotic fluid. These young exosomes communicate with the cells in the treatment area, stimulating the healing process and reducing inflammation.

The unique benefit of EXOVEX is that they are MSC-derived and bring a wide array of growth factors to stimulate the body’s natural regenerative potential. When introduced into the scalp, the result is the appearance of thicker, healthier hair.

What Can I Expect From my EXOVEX Hair Restoration Appointment?

The day of your procedure, you should cleanse your hair well before your injections. Once you arrive, we will sanitize your scalp then inject EXOVEX using our micro injection technique. After the treatment, we recommend avoiding heavy exercise for 24 hours following your treatment. You may resume normal shampooing and use of styling products 24 hours following your treatment. Your initial treatment plan will include 3 injections in a 3-4 month timeframe, and will be scheduled 5-6 weeks apart. Touch-ups are recommend every 6-12 months, depending on your individual hair growth patterns.

Consult with your provider for more information.

Exosome Hair Restoration therapy works best for people with moderate to mild hair thinning or hair loss. Please consult with our provider to determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure.

The statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This is a completely elective and cosmetic procedure, not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Your provider can determine suitability and candidacy for this procedure at your consultation where an informed consent process is also performed prior to any treatment.