Introduction of exosomes
The "Correct Cosmetology" clinic in Kharkiv presents an innovative method in the cosmetic industry - the introduction of exosomes. Exosomes are microscopic bubbles containing biologically active molecules such as proteins, RNA, and enzymes that can be transmitted between cells.
The use of exosomes in cosmetology is used to address various skin problems such as loss of elasticity, wrinkles, dullness, pigmentation, and more. Exosomes can stimulate cell renewal, increase the level of hyaluronic acid and collagen, improve blood circulation and overall skin condition.
Indications for the use of exosomes in cosmetology may include fine and deep wrinkles, pigmentation, acne, loss of skin elasticity, and volume. A course of procedures usually consists of 4-6 sessions conducted at intervals of 1-2 weeks, with each procedure lasting approximately 30 minutes.
The procedure for the introduction of exosomes is carried out by injecting exosomes into the skin. For maximum effectiveness, the course of procedures is recommended to be combined with other cosmetology methods such as mesotherapy or laser therapy.
Recovery after the procedure usually takes from 1 to 3 days. During this time, it is necessary to avoid direct sunlight, active physical exertion, and aggressive cosmetic procedures. It is also recommended to use sunscreen and skin care products recommended by a cosmetologist.
The introduction of exosomes is an innovative method that allows achieving high results in cosmetology. The "Correct Cosmetology" clinic in Kharkiv provides professional services for the introduction of exosomes that will help you achieve the desired result and improve the quality of your skin.
Improving hair quality and treating alopecia with exosomes
Alopecia is a condition characterized by hair loss and is usually associated with genetic and immunological causes. Exosomes containing a number of biologically active molecules can stimulate hair growth and improve scalp skin quality.
Recent studies have shown that the introduction of exosomes into the area of the scalp affected by alopecia can stimulate hair growth and reduce hair loss. Exosomes contain a number of growth factors that can promote hair follicle regeneration and increase the level of hyaluronic acid and collagen in the scalp skin.
The procedure for introducing exosomes to treat alopecia is usually performed by injecting exosomes into the scalp skin. The course of procedures may vary depending on the severity of alopecia and may include 4 to 8 sessions conducted at intervals of 1-2 weeks, with each procedure lasting approximately 30 minutes.