A New Generation Of Regenerative Medicine
Exosomes are extracellular vesicles secreted by eukaryotic cells, accopanied by growth factors and cytokines from stem cells. They serve as crucial regulators for intercelluar communication, containing a variety of growth factors, cytokines, messenger RNA(mRNA), and microRNA(miRNA).
5 Major Benefits of Exosomes
Novavida’s specialized formula to boosting the rejuvenation of your skin
Clinical trials have demonstrated that Exosomes derived from mesenchymal stem cells can secrete collagen, elastin, and matrix components, triggering a “revitalization” signal in the skin. This process repairs and enhances the skin barrier, providing hydration and brightening effects. It addresses various sensitive skin issues, rejuvenating youthful and resilient skin, while promoting anti-aging skin rejuvenation from the inside out.
- Reducing the formation of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Soothing skin redness and providing anti-inflammatory benefits.
- Enhancing skin texture and elasticity.
- Boosting skin’s radiance and hydration.
- Repairing damaged skin and scars.
- Promoting cellular regeneration and repair.
- Regulating immune responses and slowing down the aging process.
- Stimulating collagen synthesis and promoting blood vessel formation.
Characteristics of Exosomes
All cell types can produce exosomes. The difference among exosomes is the cargo they contain. Exosomes are vesicles with a size of 60 – 2300 nanometers originating from within cells that funcion to communicate with other cells. They include bioactive materials such as proteins, genetic materials, and various other molecules and move from cells of origin, flowing through blood vessels or other body fluids.
It’s formed by phospholipid biolayer with good biocompatibility. Exosome is cell free particels therefore without rejection issue.
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