Skin Resurfacing Treatmentswith or without Exosomes
We have 2 different options for complete skin resurfacing treatments. One is done by a plasma technology treatment called NeoGen while the other is done by CO2 resurfacing laser. Below we have further information on both treatments to help narrow down what would be the best option for you. We also have the option of adding on exosome Therapy to help speed up the process of healing.
NeoGen PSR is a cutting-edge skin rejuvenating treatment that uses the latest plasma technology to stimulate collagen in deep tissue to turn back time and restore your skin's elasticity. It is most commonly used to treat wrinkles, acne scarring and evening out the skin tone. NeoGen™ uses medical grade nitrogen gas from a pressurized cylinder, creating nitrogen plasma which is then pulsed into the skin. The Plasma emerges from the hand piece in controlled pulses and rapid heating of tissue occurs as it gives up its unique thermal energy to tissue. The pressurized pulse of nitrogen plasma helps stimulate skin growth from within, which speeds up cell turn over and in turn results in collagen production. We have the option of customizing the depth at which the treatment goes depending on the results needed.
CO2 Resurfacing Laser:
CO2 laser treats a large variety of skin disorders and aging issues simultaneously. Apart from dramatically tightening loose skin and smoothing deep wrinkles, it is also able to completely resurface the skin to remove acne scars, dark aging spots, uneven pigmentation, and sun damage. All of the top layers of skin are targeted with a carbon dioxide, ultra-pulse beam that eliminates damaged or aging skin cells. Blood vessels and nerve endings in the new layer of skin tighten as they heal, producing a beautiful texture and bright complexion. CO2 laser resurfacing costs more than other laser treatments as it gives the most dramatic results, but its benefits are evidenced for several years.
What are exosomes?
Exosomes are nanoparticles released by nearly all cells in the human body, and skin cells have their very own kind of exosomes. They contain various lipids, proteins, amino acids, peptides, growth factors, and genetic material. They work by communicating and transmitting signals between cells. You can think of them as messengers sending signals to unhealthy cells, triggering them to regenerate. In other words, exosomes prompt the body's natural healing process. How do exosomes benefit the skin?As we get older, our skin cells start to atrophy, and our bodies produce fewer exosomes — similar to how we experience a decrease in collagen production. This leads to sagging, fine lines, and wrinkles. Exosome therapy allows new exosomes to swoop in to help wake up inactive skin cells and older exosomes so they can get back to work to repair, strengthen, and rejuvenate skin. This can also reduce the recovery time of a treatment by half. Exosomes can be added on to treatments such as NeoGen, chemical peels, microneedling, Morpheus8, and laser resurfacing.