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Exosomes for Skin

at Facelove Medispa

All treatments carry risks and benefits, which will be discussed in your consultation. All information is general. Patient results are variable case by case. All before and after photos were signed out in a release from the patient.

+ - What are Exosomes?

Exosomes are small extracellular nanoparticles that play a crucial role in intercellular communication. Extracted from human stem cells, exosomes contain a range of bioactive molecules, including growth factors, cytokines, and nucleic acids. These bioactive molecules contribute to the regenerative and reparative properties of exosomes.

+ - How does the treatment work?

Exosomes are designed to be incorporated with facial resurfacing procedures, such as laser treatments and micro needling. The serum-like liquid is topically applied to the skin immediately after your treatment and remains continually active for 6-8 months.

+ - Is there any downtime?

No additional downtime is experienced when exosomes are applied post resurfacing treatment. Exosomes help minimise downtime and help accelerate healing.

+ - What can I expect from the treatment overall?

There are many benefits to using topical exosomes including:


Anti-aging and Skin Rejuvenation: Exosomes promote collagen production and enhance skin elasticity. The growth factors present in exosomes can stimulate fibroblasts, which are responsible for collagen and elastin synthesis. This can contribute to reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Increased Wound Healing: Exosomes may accelerate the wound healing process by promoting cell proliferation, migration, and tissue regeneration. They can also modulate the inflammatory response, reducing downtime post resurfacing treatments.

Scar Reduction: The regenerative properties of exosomes may help minimize scar formation by influencing collagen deposition and tissue remodeling.

Pigmentation Disorders: Exosomes may play a role in regulating melanin production and distribution, making them a potential option for treating pigmentation disorders such as melasma or hyperpigmentation.

Hair Regrowth: Some studies suggest that exosomes may stimulate hair follicle growth and regeneration. This makes them a potential candidate for addressing conditions like alopecia.

Inflammatory Skin Conditions: Exosomes may have anti-inflammatory effects, making them a candidate for conditions like eczema, psoriasis, or other inflammatory skin disorders.


All treatments performed by a dermal therapist


Efficient equipment for outstanding results


15 years experience in the aesthetic industry

Treatment Plan

Step by step, holistic treatment plan to achieve the desired result