THE FUTURE OF GROWTH FACTOR THERAPIES
Microneedling constitutes a cosmetic procedure wherein a device equipped with minuscule automated needles is employed to deliberately create controlled micro-injuries on the skin and scalp. These orchestrated micro-injuries set off a healing process within the skin, prompting the release of various anti-inflammatory growth factors and cytokines. This process essentially acts as a reboot for cellular function and heightens intercellular communication.
The introduction of these microchannels remarkably augments the absorption capacity of topical products, escalating the rate to 80%, in stark contrast to the typical 7-10% absorption rate without Microneedling. This creates an avenue for the deeper penetration of therapeutic substances that would otherwise struggle to permeate the skin's barriers.
Here's where the AnteAGE products come into play.
The fundamental objective of AnteAGE revolves around furnishing potent regenerative anti-aging solutions rooted in well-founded, evidence-based technologies. By harnessing the capabilities of stem cell growth factors and cytokines, AnteAGE has succeeded in crafting a range of skincare products that are not only secure and efficacious but also exude a sense of opulence. These products are meticulously designed to foster the aesthetic well-being of the individual.
CLINICAL STUDY RESULTS AFTER
30 DAYS PARTICIPANTS
Experienced skin tone improvements
Noticed smoother skin texture
Saw a reduction of fine lines
Reported an increase in skin brightness & tone
AnteAGE MD® Growth Factor Solution delivers powerful anti-inflammatory, rejuvenating growth factors and hyaluronic acid to the skin. This combination can achieve dramatic results with minimal discomfort and downtime. Microneedling is one of the only safe and effective treatments for those presenting high on the Fitzpatrick scale.
Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Specialized stem cells travel from our bone marrow to oversee the process of healing. As we age, our stem cells are depleted. The result in our skin is inflammation, redness, spots, wrinkles, and other signs of age.
Shallow micro-needles stimulate the top layers of skin, prompting a regenerative response and natural collagen growth.
The Hair Growth
AnteAGE MD Hair Microneedling Solution incorporates recent advances in hair follicle science. Specialized techniques influence bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell cultures to produce conditioned media focused on hair growth (Wnt-1a pathway) while twelve bio-identical growth factors and cytokines, each with proven efficacy in hair follicle stimulation, are added to make this the most scientifically advanced product of its type.
Stimulates hair follicles to encourage new hair growth
Increases appearance of hair thickness
Targets WNT-1a pathway
How does it work?
Microneedling involves the creation of minuscule punctures in the upper skin layers. These controlled, minor disruptions prompt the body's natural healing process, triggering the release of platelet and epidermal growth factors via platelet activation and skin wound regeneration mechanisms. This also activates stem cells in the hair bulge region and leads to an overexpression of hair growth-related genes like VEGF, B catenin, and WNT.
When combined with the AnteAGE® Hair Microneedling Solution, this procedure saturates the treated area with additional biological signals. This supplementation amplifies and optimizes communication and signaling pathways within the hair follicles. Depending on the treatment goal, needle lengths can vary from 1.0 mm to 1.5 mm. Immediately following the Microneedling session, the absorption of topically applied active substances is significantly heightened, underscoring the importance of exclusively utilizing bio-signaling molecules (such as AnteAGE® Cytokines and Growth Factors). These Growth Factors and Cytokines play a role in mitigating inflammation, encouraging protein synthesis, and fostering the generation of new cells.
Microneedling with needles measuring 0.5 mm and longer usually necessitates prior anesthetic application. Typically, this involves applying a local topical anesthetic for approximately 30 minutes before the procedure. For more intensive treatments, anesthetic injections might be employed to manage pain.