Exosomes are bioactive particulates that communicate cell information from every single cell in our body including stem cells.
The main focus of cell communication is for survival and for all cells to live in a state of homeostasis or harmony which promotes health and wellbeing.
Exosomes are the peace keepers so to speak, they communicate to create harmonious homeostasis.
These particular exosomes are extracted from the mesenchymal stem cell from umbilical cord lining stem cells, all of which are donated post birth, not extracted in utero.
The exosomes have then grown in a laboratory and been formulated in a cosmetic preparation that enables secretion of the bioactive components once applied topically to the skins epidermis.
The bioactive components being collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, all of which these exosomes promote once absorbed into the skin.
Due to the need for cell survival, exosomes are proving to powerfully heal wounded skin, especially wounds derived from burns and other inflicted cell wounds as exosomes are also being used intravenously as an infusion.
Hence how fast we are seeing skin recover post Fibroblasting when the exosome is topically applied immediately and continued at home during the wound healing phase.
Exosome facial rejuvenation can increase skin collagen in the treated areas by up to six-fold and also increases elastin levels by up to 300 times. The increase in the collagen and elastin levels will result in: Visible reduction of fine lines, wrinkles and age spots. Improved skin brightness and hydration.
Essentially, exosomes help to repair damaged tissues by transferring these materials between the cells. In cosmetic uses, exosomes are derived from stem cells and may be topically applied to the skin to encourage and foster cell turnover, resulting in rejuvenated and younger-looking skin.