What Are Exosomes?

Exosomes are small messengers (extracellular vesicles) that are released from stem cells. They convey genetic information and transport regulatory molecules from cell to cell.

Exosome therapy may be used for the following:

  • Cosmetic anti-aging treatments for the lips, skin, and hair
  • Arthritis and joint problems
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Muscle weakness
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Lyme disease
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Wound healing
  • Chronic inflammation

Dr. Mary Lynn Moran - Benev Exosomes In Depth

Dr. Mary Lynn Moran - Benev Exosomes In Depth

Why Are Exosomes Important?

Thanks to their innate intelligence and ability to travel through the blood-brain barrier, exosomes are invaluable in terms of their ability to prevent aging and offset damage, injury, and decay. They carry genetic information and proteins that tell other cells how to behave. If the immune system is overreacting, exosomes help regulate its response, reducing inflammation. By triggering cellular regeneration, exosomes can help to reverse the aging process, heal damaged tissue, and rejuvenate the skin and hair.

What is Exosome Therapy For Hair Loss?

Exosome hair therapy offers clients an excellent alternative to short-lived hair drugs and painful, expensive, time-consuming hair restoration surgery. Hair loss is commonly linked to DHT, a byproduct of testosterone, which causes the hair follicles to shrink and the hairs themselves to become thinner and weaker. Exosome therapy can help reverse this process, restoring thick, healthy hair. Like stem cell therapy, exosome therapy can help to regenerate damaged hair follicles and reduce inflammation that may be inhibiting proper hair growth.

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What Happens During The Procedure?

During exosome hair therapy, an exosome serum is topically applied to the scalp. PRP may also be used in conjunction to help the cells migrate to the hair follicles where they are needed the most. While patients will be able to return to normal activities right away after their session, they should take care to avoid activities that could result in excess sweating, such as going to the spa, running, or doing aerobics, for about one week. This will help to solidify the exosome therapy’s results. Benefits will start to become apparent within a few months.

    What is An Exosome Facial?

    An exosome facial can help boost collagen production in the skin by as much as six-fold while also improving elastin stores by up to 300%. This can help reduce sagging skin, lines, wrinkles, and creases, brighten and hydrate the skin, reverse sun damage, reduce facial redness, shrink enlarged pores, combat scarring, and bring a noticeable improvement in skin tone and texture.

    What Can I Expect From The Treatment?

    Your exosome facial will consist of topical application of exosomes to help reverse the signs of aging. The total treatment time is around one hour, and patients can expect to return to their regular schedule immediately afterward. While some improvement will be visible right away, results will evolve over the course of several months. As the body’s collagen levels increase, the skin will appear more luminous, hydrated, and youthful. An exosome facial will continue to impress for 18-24 months.

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    Mary Lynn

    Moran MD

    Why Choose Dr. Moran?

    Dr. Moran is certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology. She has been in practice for over two decades and is a member of the American Academy of Facial, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS). While always committed to a safe, conservative approach, Dr. Moran is passionate about uncovering new options for anti-aging, such as exosome therapy. She is a consummate authority when it comes to procedures that enhance natural beauty and attractiveness, whether they are surgical or non-surgical. 

    After completing medical school at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Dr. Moran pursued an internship in general surgery at Tufts Medical School. She also completed a residency in otolaryngology at Tufts and Boston University Medical School before being chosen for an elite fellowship at the American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery in Toronto.

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