Exosomes are extracellular nanobubbles, secreted by human cells, especially stem cells. They are the most important mediator of intercellular communication and have a dual function: skin regeneration and anti-inflammatory.
They contain bio-molecules such as proteins, lipids and nucleic acids and act as a relay from stem cells to other cells. Research on exosomes has been awarded the Nobel Prize three times.
Indications for the use of exosomes are:
- skin with a poor ability to regenerate,
- skin out of balance, with large pores and redness,
- skin with acne scars,
- sensitive and thin skin prone to irritation,
- skin with inflammatory diseases such as atopic dermatitis, rosacea.
- reduction of wrinkles, improvement of skin tone, improvement of skin hydration and colour,
- treatment of atrophic acne scars, by shortening the patient’s recovery time,
- accelerating wound healing and reducing the formation of surgical scars,
- relieves severe skin inflammation in atopic dermatitis and promotes the restoration of the skin barrier,
- treatment of androgenetic and telogenetic alopecia in men and women.
Exosomes are used with treatments involving microneedle mesotherapy of the skin, micro-puncturing or treatments using fractional laser.
At Dr Stachura’s Clinic, treatments with exosomes are performed by:
Specialist in Surgical Nursing