The beauty and luxury aesthetics market are starting to adopt the powerful healing properties of this form of medicine, and using it to give patients safer, more effective cosmetic procedures.
Regenerative medicine is a branch of medicine that develops tools to repair or replace human cells, tissues, and organs to improve our physical health.
It usually involves:
Regenerative medicine has played a pivotal part in medical advances revolving around skin regeneration and some internal health issues.
It’s also being utilised by the luxury aesthetics and cosmetics industries to develop more effective cosmetic solutions to help combat ageing and allow customers to achieve a more youthful aesthetic.
Because regenerative medicine regrows, repairs, or replaces damaged cells, it’s able to give skin a smoother, more youthful appearance.
Furthermore, it’s able to be injected into a patient in a non-invasive way, with little to no recovery time needed after the procedure.
The most common areas patients use regenerative skin treatments are in the face, hands, neck, and décolletage.
The results are almost instant. You can expect to see a reduction in wrinkles, have smoother skin, and an overall more youthful appearance.
It’s important to note that regenerative medicine is very different from cosmetic products like dermal fillers. Dermal fillers are typically made up of hyaluronic acid, they do not repair tissues, rather they add ‘filler’ to the area being treated.
This can result in a plumper, more youthful appearance. But it doesn’t offer the positive health benefits of a regenerative procedure.
It’s possible that you may not get the volume you want from using Super Enriched Tissue if you’re used to dermal fillers. As it’s injected as a thin layer under the skin, you can also have a dermal filler for that ‘plump’ look, if you wish.
Super Enriched Tissue will then be stored at a cryogenic preservation facility for up to five years. This means that you can have repeat procedures using the same solution on-demand for the next five years.
The benefit of this is knowing that you have a consistent formula created from your own cells each time. Plus, you can call the treatment to any location across the UK where an experienced and trained cosmetic doctor is based.
Experienced leading and founding companies in cosmetic medicine, cosmetic medical device product development, sourcing, supply chain, logistics, sales, and marketing in over 30 countries including the UK.
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Consulting plastic surgeon and world renown expert on the usage of adipose tissue and stem cells for regenerative medicine.
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Director of Research with BAAPS/BAPRAS Aesthetic Fellowship at Cadogan Clinic.
Former Assistant to Professor Guy Magalon in Centre Hospital Universitaire de La Conception Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (Marseille).
Member of British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), French Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (SOF.CPRE) and The British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (BAHRS)
Molecular Neurobiology from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.
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