Exosomes hair loss therapy vs PRP hair loss treatment.
Which one is better?
Whether it’s a receding hairline, noticeable bald patches on the back of the head, or a thinning head of hair that’s difficult to conceal with a trendy new hairstyle, you could be suffering from one of the many types of hair loss.
There are a number of different hair loss therapies available on the market these days. And it can be hard to decide which one is the best for you. In this article, we’re going to compare exosomes hair loss therapy and PRP hair loss treatment. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each approach so that you can make an informed decision about which therapy is right for you.
What is Exosomes Hair Loss Therapy and how does it work?
Exosome therapy is a hair loss treatment that uses your own-skin cells to regenerate hair follicles. This is especially useful for people with hair loss genetics who aren’t responding to other therapies. It’s also a great option for thicker hair types that aren’t interested in undergoing major hair loss treatments.
Exosomes are signaling molecules that take the form of tiny balloons called “vesicles.”
The vesicle cells send information to each other containing something that they want to communicate, like “grow” or “divide” etc. Exosomes are released by cells when they fuse. They contain a mixture of DNA, RNA, and proteins, and they influence cell behaviour. There are currently over 95 clinical trials investigating the effects of Exosomes. Exosomes are most interesting when they are derived from stem cells, as these signals may have more potent “stem cell”-like effects.
Exosomes used in hair loss therapy are isolated and purified using a proprietary process from donated human amniotic mesenchymal stem cells.
Exosomes hair loss therapy is a regenerative treatment that uses stem cell exosomes to stimulate hair follicles and encourage new hair growth. In this cutting-edge technic, exosomes are injected into the damaged regions of the scalp to encourage hair regeneration. They carry the instructions for cell regeneration and signals to initiate cell processes. Due to their small size of 20-100 nanometers, exosomes are thought to penetrate deep within the targeted tissue when injected.
What is PRP and how does it promote hair growth?
Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP for short, is a procedure that takes Platelet-rich fibrin in the form of a PRP gel and places it directly into the scalp. This is considered to be the top method for inducing hair growth for hair restoration. The concentration of the PRP is so high, over the used plasma, that it interacts with the vital proteins of hair to provide stimulation and a pro-growth effect that comforts the hair follicle. The primary or single most active compound in the PRP is the Platelet-rich fibrin gel. It contains many other molecules and also increases the presence of growth factors in the microenvironment. These growth factors play a key role in activating stem cell activity in the hair follicles. The major growth factors are platelet-derived growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor, and transforming growth factor-beta.
PRP hair loss treatment vs. Exosomes hair treatment?
PRP hair loss treatment is usually recommended monthly for the first three to four months, then every three to six months. This therapy schedule is optimal for increasing hair growth factors and stem cells, which are linked to reduced hair fallout. PRP has been shown to treat hair loss in more than 70% of instances. The PRP hair loss treatment can take up to 4 or 6 months before the hair begins to regrow.
Exosome hair loss therapy is a cutting-edge advancement in regenerative medicine. Exosomes boost not just hair growth but also hair quality. They’ve been demonstrated to promote hair density and strength.
While both exosomes and PRP use growth factors to encourage hair growth, they target different body components. Exosomes target existing stem cells in the scalp, whereas PRP stimulates tissue repair and regeneration.
In contrast to PRP hair loss treatment, users only need to go through one session per treatment cycle. Results are visible after 3 months when your medical practitioner will evaluate the effects of exosomes on your hair loss and may recommend a further session.
Furthermore, when compared to PRP, exosomes offer another advantage. The introduction of platelets and stem cells into the scalp also introduces unneeded substances that must be processed and eliminated by the body. The injection of exosomes is highly targeted and focuses on delivering the right ingredient in the right quantity.
Are there any risks?
Because PRP and Exosomes are collected from the patient’s own blood, the dangers are extremely low. After the therapy, the majority of patients have some irritation and redness at the injection sites, while a small percentage may develop slight swelling and/or bruising at the injection sites that can last up to a week. There is no risk of disease transmission, allergy, or immunological reaction because platelets and exosomes are derived from your own blood. You must undergo comprehensive screening, as with any cosmetic treatments, to establish if you have any health conditions that may preclude you from receiving this therapy.
If you would like to learn more about how hair restoration with secretomes or PRP in the Los Angeles area can help you, please contact us using the online form or call 07917 796064 to request a consultation.