Cosmeditech Ireland holding event to launch E50 Exosomes

Published 02nd May 2024 by Karina Corbett

Cosmeditech Ireland is launching E50 Exosomes and holding a special event aimed at beauty and aesthetic clinics, as well high-end hair salons and trichologists.  

Taking place in Cosmeditech’s centre in Ballymount, Dublin on 13 May, from 1pm to 5pm, the team will be on hand to demonstrate E50 Exosomes for skin and hair. New to Ireland, the regenerative skin and hair treatment was developed by South Korean manufacturer Primacure and plastic surgeon Professor Seob Lee.

The Cosmeditech Ireland event will include exosomes demonstrations on skin and hair; advice on how to sell and position exosomes into your business; and information on pricing, marketing, training and more.

Branding and marketing specialist Salon Solutions will also be in attendance to showcase its business, and give details about grants, marketing and incorporating exosomes into your salon.

Exosomes have been shaking up the beauty industry in the last year or so, with exosome therapy demos appearing on TikTok and other social media platforms, and the treatment also trending on Google searches.

According to skincare experts, exosomes are produced by cells and contain genetic information, proteins and growth factors that can communicate with other cells and stimulate healing. In terms of an in-salon treatment, exosome therapy promises to help repair skin and tackle fine lines, improve texture and strength, leading to a healthier-looking complexion. 

E50 Exosomes use a proprietary process, known as ENTR technology, to collect exosomes from salmon testes cells, which are then cultivated in embryonic stem cell media. Both the cell host and the cell media that are utilised in the creation of E50 Exosomes are fully salmon-derived, thereby promising low levels of free radicals and impurities.

Karina Corbett

Karina Corbett

Published 02nd May 2024

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