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Exosome Dr Vivien Moris



Exosomes are indicated for tissue regeneration and rejuvenation, leveraging their natural cell-to-cell communication abilities

Hospital stay

This is a consultation procedure

Injection Technique

Exosome can be injected under the skin or with the micro-needling technique

Post-operative care

Avoid intense physical activities the same day


The procedure last around between 30 min to 1 hour in consultation.

Sports / Daily life

The patient should avoid lifting weights and physical activity only the day of the injections. 

Exosome Dr Vivien Moris

What is exosome?

Exosome injection treatment is a cutting-edge procedure in regenerative medicine, utilizing extracellular vesicles derived from stem cells. These exosomes are packed with growth factors, proteins, and RNA, which facilitate cell communication and promote healing and rejuvenation. When injected, they work by stimulating the body's own repair mechanisms, enhancing tissue regeneration and potentially slowing down aging processes. This treatment is gaining popularity for its potential in skin rejuvenation, wound healing, and hair growth stimulation. It's a minimally invasive procedure, typically well-tolerated, with patients often reporting minimal discomfort and downtime. As a frontier in anti-aging and regenerative therapies, exosome injections represent a promising avenue for non-surgical rejuvenation.

Is it painful?

Exosome injection treatments are generally considered to be minimally painful. The level of discomfort experienced can vary depending on the individual's pain tolerance and the area being treated. Most patients report only mild discomfort, similar to that of a standard injection or a slight pinching sensation. Local anesthetic creams or cooling methods may be used to minimize any discomfort during the procedure. However, it's important to discuss pain management and what to expect during the treatment with your healthcare provider

Can I combine exosome with botox and fillers?

Yes, exosome therapy can indeed be combined with filler injections and Botox for a holistic rejuvenation approach. Exosome therapy enhances skin quality and tone, while fillers add volume and contour, and Botox aids in muscle relaxation and wrinkle reduction. This synergistic combination allows for a comprehensive anti-aging treatment, addressing various aspects of facial aging for more pronounced and balanced results. However, it's crucial to have these procedures done by a qualified professional who can assess the appropriate timing and sequence for each treatment to ensure safety and effectiveness.

What are the risks of exosome?

While exosome therapy is generally considered safe, it's important to be aware of potential risks such as mild infection or inflammation at the injection site, and rare immune reactions. The long-term effects are still under study, emphasizing the need for careful consideration and discussion with a healthcare professional. Ensuring treatment from a reputable practitioner can also mitigate risks associated with the quality of exosome preparations.

Can I have exosome injections while I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?

It's generally recommended to avoid exosomes injections during pregnancy and breastfeeding due to the lack of extensive studies on their safety for the fetus or nursing infant. The potential effects on the developing baby or through breast milk are not fully understood. Healthcare professionals usually advise postponing such cosmetic treatments until after pregnancy and the breastfeeding period. Always consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice in such situations.

How long will last the results?

The results from exosome therapy typically emerge within a few weeks and can last for several months to a year, varying with individual factors like age and lifestyle. The longevity of the effects is still being studied, so regular follow-ups may be necessary for sustained results.

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