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  • Writer's pictureRoger Schechter, MD

Case Series: Topical Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell-Derived Exosomes for Acceleration of Wound Healing Following Tissue Trauma and Aesthetic Procedures

In Aesthetics Practices, measures to accelerate wound healing and minimize downtime following procedures have been largely restricted to topical serums and PRP, which can have varying levels of success.


In a recently published Case Series, Marina Peredo, MD, and Shanthala Shivananjappa, MD, present patients treated in clinical practice using Exovex Exosomes. This Case Series illustrates the potential for exosomes to be a versatile and important part of clinical care, especially in situations where expedited healing is central to patient safety and/or satisfaction.


Exovex Exosomes: A Safe and Effective Treatment for Wound Healing

Exovex exosomes have emerged as a promising and safe treatment option for wound healing, offering distinct advantages over traditional methods like PRP. Unlike PRP, which requires complex processing and may yield inconsistent results due to variations in platelet and growth factor content, exosomes are prepared in a controlled laboratory environment according to stringent guidelines, ensuring consistent efficacy across patient populations.



Female treated with exosomes for wound healing
A 31-year-old female immediately after treatment with fractional non-ablative laser therapy for melasma (A-D) and 1 hour (E-H), 4 hours (I-L), and 24 hours (M-P) after topical exosome application.

Recent research has unveiled the therapeutic potential of exosomes in promoting wound healing and reducing scarring, potentially by inhibiting the expression of transforming growth factor-beta1 (TGF-beta1) within injured tissue. Clinical studies have demonstrated the rapid and significant acceleration of recovery times with exosome therapy, without any reported adverse effects. This novel approach not only minimizes downtime for patients but also holds promise for preventing post-surgical scarring, making it a valuable adjunctive therapy in wound management. Further clinical investigation is warranted to fully elucidate the potential of exosomes in modulating infection, inflammation, and wound healing across various clinical settings.


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