Revitalize and Renew

Our skin’s youth-boosting collagen production reduces by one percent yearly in our 20s. At the same time, our skin’s cellular turnover rate dramatically declines after the age of 25. This leads to signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and overall dull skin that may appear in our late 20s or 30s and worsen over time. Exosomes in San Francisco promote regenerative activity within cells and can help repair damaged and aging tissues. Like platelet-rich plasma (PRP), exosomes are used in regenerative medical treatments for anti-aging skin rejuvenation.

What Are Exosomes?

Exosomes are classified as extracellular vesicles (EVs), which are particles naturally released by cells into the space outside the cell membrane. Exosomes can be found in multiple cell types in the body. These types of EVs have highly beneficial regenerative properties and aid in removing cell cytotoxins (substances with a toxic effect on cells).

What Can Anti-aging Exosome Therapy Treat?

Exosome therapy can help achieve firmer, smoother skin and improve the following concerns:

  • Wrinkles
  • Fine lines
  • Sagging skin
  • Enlarged pores
  • Facial hollows
  • Acne
  • Acne scars
  • Redness
  • Age spots
  • Dull skin
  • Dry skin
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How Do Exosomes Work for Skin Rejuvenation?

Aging causes our skin to lose collagen, a structural support protein that strengthens the skin and contributes to its elasticity and thickness. When applied to the target area, exosomes in San Francisco encourage the rapid production of fibroblasts in the skin, which are connective tissue cells that produce collagen and aid wound healing. By promoting the regeneration of healthy cells in the skin, exosome therapy allows the skin to look and feel more youthful.

Where Do the Exosomes Used for Anti-aging Therapy Come From?

Biotech companies harvest exosomes from the cells of donated human umbilical cord tissue and placental tissue.

We use bio-ethical exosome products manufactured by Vitti Labs under the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) guidelines and FDA regulations of human cells, tissues, and cellular and tissue-based products (FDA HCT/P 361 guidelines).

Will I Need Downtime After Exosome Therapy?

No, you will not need any downtime after your exosome anti-aging treatment; you can resume your regular routine immediately.

How Long Does It Take to See Results From Exosome Treatment?

Most patients see improvements in skin aging within three to four months after exosome therapy, with full results visible after nine months. However, the exact time until you see results will depend on your skin quality at the time of your treatment.

How Long Does Exosome Therapy Last?

The exosomes will remain active in your treated skin for six to eight months and continue to rejuvenate your skin throughout this time.

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Are There Other Uses for Exosome Therapy?

Exosome Hair Restoration

In addition to providing skin rejuvenation, exosome therapy can treat hair loss by strengthening and stimulating the hair follicles and even promoting the growth of new hair follicles. After exosome therapy, patients with thinning or balding hair can experience new growth for thicker, fuller hair.

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Learn More About Rejuvenating Your Skin With Exosome Anti-aging Therapy in San Francisco

As a board-certified facial plastic surgeon and the president of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), Dr. Maas is dedicated to providing the safest, most innovative treatments in facial rejuvenation. To schedule your exosome therapy consultation with him at The Maas Clinic™ in San Francisco, please contact us today.

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