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$2499 - $4,499

Introducing Exosome IV Therapy, the cutting-edge solution to optimize your body's regenerative potential and unlock a new level of wellness. With Exosome IV therapy, you can experience the remarkable benefits of exosomes, tiny messenger particles derived from stem cells, to promote healing, rejuvenation, and overall vitality.

Exosomes are powerful cellular communicators that carry essential growth factors, proteins, and genetic material, allowing them to orchestrate the regeneration and repair processes within your body. By harnessing the potential of exosomes through intravenous infusion, we can target specific areas of concern and unleash their regenerative capabilities to optimize your well-being.


  • 15 Billion Cells – $2,499

  • 50 Billion Cells – $3,499

  • 100 Billion Cells – $4,499

  In lounge prices (location based concierge fee starting at $50)

Benefits of Exosomes

Improved tissue regeneration: Exosomes are small vesicles that contain a variety of regenerative factors, including growth factors, cytokines, and nucleic acids. When administered through intravenous therapy, exosomes can stimulate tissue repair and regeneration, making it beneficial for conditions such as chronic wounds, musculoskeletal injuries, and organ damage.
Reduced inflammation: Exosomes contain anti-inflammatory factors that can help modulate the immune response and reduce inflammation in the body. This can be beneficial for individuals with chronic inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and chronic lung diseases.
Enhanced immune function: Exosomes can influence the immune system and its response to foreign invaders. They can promote the activity of immune cells and enhance the body's defense against infections and diseases.
Improved cellular communication: Exosomes serve as messengers between cells, carrying important signals and transferring genetic information. By enhancing cellular communication, exosome therapy can support optimal cellular function and promote overall health and well-being.
Anti-aging effects: Exosome therapy has the potential to slow down the aging process and improve the appearance of the skin. The regenerative factors present in exosomes can stimulate collagen production, improve skin elasticity, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Neuroprotective effects: Exosomes can cross the blood-brain barrier and deliver regenerative factors to the brain and nervous system. This makes exosome therapy beneficial for neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and stroke, as it can promote neural repair and protect against further damage.
Enhanced athletic performance and recovery: Exosome therapy can support the regeneration of damaged muscle tissue, reduce inflammation, and improve overall performance and recovery. This can be beneficial for athletes and individuals engaging in intense physical activities.
Potential cancer therapy: Exosomes have the ability to target and deliver therapeutic agents directly to cancer cells. They can enhance the efficacy of cancer treatments and potentially inhibit tumor growth.
Mental health support: Exosome therapy shows promise in the field of mental health, as exosomes can carry bioactive substances that can regulate mood and improve mental well-being. They may have potential applications in treating conditions such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Safer alternative to stem cell therapy: Exosome therapy is considered a safer alternative to stem cell therapy, as it does not involve the transplantation of live cells. Exosomes can still provide many of the regenerative benefits of stem cells without the potential risks and ethical considerations associated with stem cell treatments.
It's important to note that exosome therapy is still a relatively new and evolving field of medicine, and more research is needed to fully understand its potential benefits and long-term effects. It should be administered under the guidance of qualified healthcare professionals.

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