Microneedling with Exosomes
Microneedling with exosomes is a hair restoration treatment that combines the use of exosomes therapy with microneedling, a technique that uses tiny needles to create micro-injuries in the scalp to stimulate hair growth. Exosomes are extracellular vesicles that contain growth factors and other signaling molecules that can help promote hair growth and improve hair health.
Who is a good candidate? Who is NOT a candidate?
Good candidates for exosomes typically include individuals experiencing hair thinning or mild to moderate hair loss. Those who have noticed a decrease in hair volume, a receding hairline, or overall hair thinning may benefit from this treatment. On the other hand, individuals with severe or extensive hair loss may not be ideal candidates for exosome hair therapy alone.
How is the treatment done?
During a microneedling with exosomes treatment for hair, the scalp is first cleansed and prepared with a topical anesthetic. A handheld microneedling device is then used to create tiny punctures in the scalp, which allows for deeper penetration of the exosomes into the hair follicles. The exosomes are then applied topically to the scalp and massaged into the hair follicles to promote hair growth and improve hair health. This treatment is typically performed in a series of sessions for optimal results, with each session lasting around 30 minutes.
How long to see results?
The response varies. In general, it is recommended to wait 3-6 months in between sessions to see the full potential result.
Why do the procedure/benefits?
Exosomes have amazing regenerative capabilities that can be harnessed to fight visible signs of aging and restore hair loss. Injecting exosomes and growth factors into the scalp has been clinically proven to regenerate and regrow hair as a treatment for hair loss. This treatment is suitable for targeting early-stage male and female hair loss. Because exosomes form follicular stem cells, they facilitate hair growth and can help prevent hair loss
How long is recovery? What does it look like? (Bruising, swelling, etc.)
There may be some mild discomfort during the treatment, but there is typically no downtime associated with this treatment, and patients can return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment.
How often do you have to follow up/maintenance?
For optimal treatment results, single treatment every 6 months is the best.