Hair Restoration with Exosomes Denver
Our exosome-based hair restoration treatments in Denver can stimulate hair growth in men and women.
Scalp Microneedling with Exosomes
Microneedling of the scalp is a regenerative therapy that utilizes stem cell exosomes to stimulate hair follicles and trigger new hair growth.
Hair Restoration Experts in Denver
Our cutting-edge hair restoration therapy involves injecting the exosomes into the affected areas of the scalp to help stimulate hair regrowth.
What are Exosomes and How Do They Restore Hair?
Exosomes are extracellular messengers that are responsible for cell to cell communication and for facilitating the exchange of important protein between cells.
Stem cells produce extracellular messengers called exosomes.
Exosomes travel through the bloodstream carrying proteins across barrier that are inaccessible to most cells..
Skin Cells Communication
Once cellular communication is improved, hair follicles can be stimulated to trigger new hair growth.
Hair Restoration Success
Exosomes have been shown in clinical trials to be successful for hair restoration.
Keep the hair you currently have
One measure of success is utilizing Exosomes to stop the shedding and maintain current hair count and thickness
Regrow recently thinned areas
The second measure of success with Exosome therapy on the scalp is to increase the hair count and stimulate new/regrowth of hair
Frequently asked questions
Exosomes will cause natural hair growth in as little as two to three months, continuing throughout the year. The most noticeable results will be fully apparent after about six months
Every patient’s experience is different; however, you can expect little to no discomfort during and after your procedure. You may experience some tenderness to the touch immediately following your exosome’s treatment.
The isolated and purified exosomes in both products have been accepted by the PCPC, and International Cosmetic Ingredient Nomenclature Committee (INC), and the name ‘Human Adipose Stromal Cell Exosomes’ was given and published in the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook, known as INCI book. There are at this time no other cosmetic INCI name(s) assigned to exosome products in the market prior to this accomplishment. These products are not drug products. They are not intended to prevent, treat or cure diseases or medical conditions. They are not intended to be injected or delivered intravenously.