What makes EXO ELIXIR superior… our proprietary ingredient Polypeptide Enriched Media derived from Dermal Fibroblast Stem Cells. Contains a highly diverse variety of peptides and matrix proteins, paired with our proprietary blend of seven regenerative actives. EXO ELIXIR is designed to regenerate your skin at a cellular level, with exceptional wound healing and anti-inflammatory growth factors that promote tissue engineering and regeneration. Perhaps the most visible clinical improvements than any competitive Exosome product can offer.
THE REGENERATION OF SKIN
EXO ELIXIR Dermal Fibroblast Exosomes are derived from dermal fibroblast stem cells and contain 7 active ingredients, 30 forms of collagen, 380 growth factors, and cytokines.
EXO ELIXIR was designed to combat the effects of loss of dermal fibroblast stem cells in the skin. These cells are responsible for producing the extracellular matrix forming the connective tissue that prevents sagging skin and play a crucial role during scarless wound healing.
Did you know?
Every minute of the day we lose about 30,000 to 40,000 dead skin cells off the surface of our skin, and your skin will change constantly, for better or worse. In fact, your skin will regenerate itself approximately every 27 days. Between the hours of 11 pm and midnight, the process of cell mitosis of the skin is at its peak. Cell mitosis is the cell division that occurs in order to renew and repair skin – whether you're asleep or not. All skin types need to replenish these cells with fibroblast in order to keep the skin from aging.
What are Dermal Fibroblast Exosomes?
They are like "tiny messengers for your dermal fibroblast skin cells," because they facilitate the exchange of proteins like keratin, fibroblasts, and collagen between neighboring cells to bypass lengthy cellular division processes – skipping straight to the replenishment and regeneration of treatment areas!
Why EXO Elixir Dermal Fibroblasts (DF) Exosomes?
Fibroblast is a type of cell that is responsible for making the extracellular matrix and collagen of skin and contributes to the formation of connective tissue that prevents your skin from sagging. Fibroblast also plays an important role in hair growth and in helping skin wounds and scars heal.
Normal adult human skin contains at least three distinct subpopulations of fibroblasts—papillary, reticular, and follicular, with each playing a role in skin aging, wound healing, and hair loss.