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Microneedling with exosomes

Microneedling with Exosomes

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) and Exosomes skin rejuvenation procedures are innovative techniques used in cosmetic dermatology to promote skin rejuvenation and address various skin concerns.

  • PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Skin Rejuvenation:
    PRP harnesses the power of the patient's own blood to extract platelet-rich plasma, which contains growth factors and beneficial components. After drawing a small amount of blood, the platelet-rich plasma is isolated and injected into specific areas of the skin.


PRP stimulates collagen production, enhances tissue regeneration, and improves overall skin health. This procedure reduces the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation. It also improves skin texture, tone, elasticity, and provides a more youthful and refreshed appearance.

  • Exosomes:
    Exosomes are small vesicles released by cells, including stem cells, containing bioactive molecules like proteins, growth factors, and nucleic acids. They have the potential to modulate cellular functions and promote tissue regeneration. Derived from sources such as mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), exosomes deliver their bioactive cargo to recipient cells, influencing cellular behavior and promoting tissue repair.


Combining PRP with Exosomes for skin rejuvenation enhances skin texture and firmness even further, as they synergistically work together. This procedure reduces wrinkles, scars, and enhances overall skin quality. It promotes the natural healing process of the skin, leading to long-term improvements in skin health and appearance.

Both PRP and Exosomes skin rejuvenation procedures are minimally invasive and generally safe. It's important to consult with qualified dermatologists or cosmetic surgeons who can assess your specific needs, discuss potential benefits and risks, and determine the suitability of these procedures for you. They will guide you through the treatment process and provide personalized recommendations based on your goals and skin condition.

Experience the power of PRP and Exosomes in skin rejuvenation by consulting with our qualified dermatologists or cosmetic surgeons. Achieve youthful, vibrant skin with these innovative techniques tailored to your needs.



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