Exclusive: Hydrafacial Launches Anti-Aging Exosome Booster to Target Inflammation

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We know about the glow-boosting, pore-purging benefits of a traditional Hydrafacial treatment, but the in-office mainstay has also collaborated with top-shelf brands like JLo Beauty and Murad for an even more personalized experience. (The brand currently has 16 partner and three co-creation boosters.)

Announced today, Hydrafacial is rolling out a first-of-its kind exosome booster in collaboration with biotech company Organicell to address cellular inflammation. Set to launch early next year, the brand says the booster will leverage “Organicell’s novel exosome technology based on regenerative technology that will address signs of aging and inflammation unlike anything else on the market.”

Exosomes may be buzzing in the industry, but there is still confusion surrounding them. 

Executive vice president of global strategy & partnerships at The BeautyHealth Company, Jwala Karnik, MD, explains their magic simply: “Exosomes facilitate cell to cell communication. As such, they can give older cells the information they need to regenerate. The contents of exosomes are taken up by cellular receptors on remote cells, signaling them to enter regenerative and reparative pathways where they might otherwise have remained dormant.” With this booster, inflammation and signs of skin aging will be addressed at the source. 

The Organicell booster is still in development stages, but is set to benefit a wide range of skin types. “Once developed, we expect this exosome booster will provide amazing benefits to any skin type,” says Dr. Karnik, noting it will be of “particular interest” to those interested in addressing aging. “Most people forget that aging is an inflammatory state and the exosomes will aid in reducing inflammation and promoting an environment more conducive to increasing collagen and elastin to reveal a youthful-looking complexion.”

“We’re thrilled to officially announce this first-to-market booster, in collaboration with biotech leader Organicell,” adds BeautyHealth president and chief executive officer Andrew Stanleick. “Here at BeautyHealth, we view Hydrafacial as synonymous with cutting-edge innovation, and this new booster leveraging Organicell’s technology will deliver just that. This is just another example of how we’re always on the forefront of innovation to deliver unparalleled results.”

Stay tuned to NewBeauty.com for more information on this innovative collaboration.

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