What is a Exosome ?
Exosomes are formed by every cell in the body by the inward budding of the membrane of the multivesicular bodies. These very unique types of exosomes are produced by stem cells of the connective tissue, skin, hair, bone, muscle and cartilage. When fused with cell membranes, the exosomes are released. Our focus is on the exosomes released by mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which carry important information to other cells, including messenger RNA, micro RNA, growth factor, proteins, cytokines and lipids. MSC exosomes are very different than those found in adult bone marrow or amniotic fluid because as we age the number and function of the MSC exosomes in our tissue declines sharply. This substantial difference in secretome confers a significant advantage of per-natal MSC exosomes over those from aged autologous or allogeniec progenitor cells.
Exosomes are considered central mediators of intercellular communication. They create their effects by transferring their contents to adjacent cells leading to a cascade of biological activities in the body. Exosomes are known to promote tissue healing, growth, reduce inflammation and modulate the immune system. Exosome therapy is safe, effective treatment to enhance the body’s ability to naturally restore health and function, especially in conjunction with stem cell therapies.
How does it work ?
The hair follicle is vulnerable to miniaturization and loss due to the genetic and hormonal effects of dihydrotestetosterone (DHT), as well as several other factors. By nature, regenerative cells work to repair, stimulate and restore cells and tissues. By getting cells to deliver mRNA, Exosomes can force other cells to manufacture proteins to repair damage or regulate genes. This enhances thetherapeutic effects of the stem cells.
Why Choose Exosome Therapy
For generations scientists have been trying to create the perfect natural way to rejuvenate and re-grow thinning hair. There have been improvements in the field in recent years, such as platelet-rich-plasma (PSP) treatment; autologous human stem cells that originate from adipose and bone marrow; and placental cell-derived stem cells. And now, here is the next step in the evolution of hair restoration: Exosome therapy. Thanks to recent innovations, stem cell treatments have shown great promise. But among the new treatments, Exosome therapy has shown the greatest potential.
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