The Future of Anti-Aging Medicine Is Regenerative Aesthetics
What is Regenerative Aesthetics?
We are now in the rapidly evolving age of Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine and Regenerative Aesthetics. Regenerative Aesthetics can be thought of as an endeavor to effect the aging process of degeneration, scarring and damage in the human body. Think of it as a way to regenerate lost function of the body by integrating anti-aging, beauty, wellness, pain therapies and sexual function therapies into one concept.
Technology is moving forward at an increasing rate and people are looking for therapies that offer real results. They want their hair back, they want their sexual organs to work and they want to look and feel good about all of it.
And since regenerative medicine is based on the Science of your body’s natural ability to regenerate lost function, we can now use cutting-edge therapies to help the body replace, re-engineer, or regenerate human cells, tissues, and organs that have been damaged or injured and accelerate the pace to a clinically relevant time scale.
What Type of Regenerative Aesthetic Therapies Do We Offer?
At Rejuvenate 528 Regenerative Aesthetics Medical Spa we currently utilize the following Stem Cell based technologies for Hair Regeneration, Sexual Wellness, Skin Care, Facial Aesthetics and more:
PRP – Platelet Rich Plasma utilizes your own Blood Platelets and Plasma in a concentrated form to stimulate your own Stem Cell Growth factors for regeneration. A variety of growth factors in PRP have shown to help rejuvenate the skin, hair follicles, nerve tissue and sexual organs.
Stem Cell Growth factor & Cytokines – Sourced from Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells they act as “command and control” over processes of healing and inflammation. We know that daily use of skin care products containing growth factors and cytokines help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and improve skin tone and texture to name a few.
Exosomes – BioSignals that are involved in cell communication and direct cell signaling, they are considered by many to be the current new frontier in Regenerative Medicine.