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Exosome Hair Therapy: What are Exosomes and How they Help with Hair Regeneration?

Hair loss leads to different emotions such as embarrassment, frustration, and a complete loss of confidence. Our hair is a big part of how we look and feel every day, and losing it can impact us in many different ways. Before you completely give up on hair restoration and call it quits, there’s a
new advanced option called Exosome Hair Therapy. This incredible breakthrough in hair regeneration is now available and great for tackling hair loss on a cellular level. Let us learn what exosomes are and why this therapy makes noise in the entire hair restoration industry.

 

What Are Exosomes?

Exosomes are microvesicles, about 0.1% the size of an average cell. Think of them as messenger molecules in intercellular communication. These molecules play an essential role in facilitating cell communication processes among stem cells and controlling their behavior.

 

Hair Rejuvenation and Exosomes

You might be thinking, what does this all have to do with hair loss and regeneration? Well, Exosomes contain 200 plus growth factors, including those that directly contribute to healing, tissue regeneration, and hair restoration. With this unique benefit, exosomes stimulate your body’s natural regenerative potential, resulting in thicker and healthier hair.

 

The Process for Exosome Hair Therapy

People assume that exosome hair regeneration therapy is a complex procedure, but it’s quite the other way around. Others assume that the therapy is painful or ineffective. Surprisingly, many clients don’t
need topical or local anesthesia even though it is readily available for those with sensitive scalps.

As for the results, you’ll see the full effects between 6 and 12 months after your treatment, which is nothing compared to the time you spent without the therapy. Some people start seeing changes as early as in 4-8 weeks. The experience is not only simple but straight forward. To explain it better, we have broken it down into two stages. 

Stage 1

The first stage involves consultation in which the doctor will determine the density of hair follicles with a microscopic view of the scalp. A medical history will be reviewed and lab tests will be reviewed or ordered to look into some underlying causes of hair loss. Some before pictures will be taken for later comparison.

Stage 2

During the therapy, the doctor will inject the exosomes into the scalp which will stimulate the dormant hair follicles. By the time you are done, you will have up to 200 billion exosomes working to boost your hair growth. This process lasts an hour at most, and the doctor will concentrate in the individual areas that you experience the most hair loss. Other mechanical stiulatory treatments might be added.

 

The Bottom HairLine                                                               

Exosome Hair Therapy is a promising new treatment and may replace every hair regeneration therapy in the future, including hair transplantation. This non-surgical, all-natural hair rejuvenation procedure is offering great success for both men and women. If you are affected by hair loss or any form of alopecia, you no longer have to feel embarrassed by it. Exosome Hair Therapy can help restore your receding hairline and confidence. Call Lipogenex and Dr Karampahtsis to book your free 15 minute consultation and see if Exosome injection therapy is the choice for you.

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Dr. Karampahtsis

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