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Regenerative Aesthetics

What is regenerative aesthetics?

Regenerative aesthetics is a sector within aesthetic medicine dedicated to encouraging the natural regeneration and revitalization of tissues for cosmetic reasons. It integrates principles from regenerative medicine, which employs techniques to leverage the body’s innate capacity for repairing and renewing damaged tissues. Within the realm of regenerative aesthetics, the emphasis lies in applying these regenerative approaches to improve or revive the visual aspects of the skin, hair, and other aesthetic attributes.

Why does regenerative aesthetics matter?

Regenerative aesthetics is significant for several reasons as it merges cosmetic objectives with the principles of regenerative medicine.

  • This approach matters because it seeks to leverage the body’s natural regenerative abilities to enhance the appearance of the skin, hair, and other aesthetic features.
  • The emphasis on natural processes aligns with a growing preference for treatments that work in harmony with the body, offering minimally invasive options and personalized treatments.
  • Additionally, regenerative aesthetics explores advancements in technology, contributing to the continual improvement of procedures and outcomes.
  • Regenerative aesthetic medicine is a much more natural (since it mainly uses the patient’s own substances) and non-invasive way to improve the aesthetic attributes of your body.

What are some examples of regenerative aesthetics?

Some examples of regenerative aesthetics include the methods of:


1. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy:

PRP, derived from the patient’s own blood, comprises concentrated platelets and growth factors. Frequently employed in aesthetic procedures like facial rejuvenation and hair restoration, PRP aims to stimulate collagen production and tissue regeneration.


2. Stem Cell Therapy:

Stem cells, capable of evolving into various cell types, are used in aesthetics to foster tissue regeneration and enhance skin quality. These therapies may involve the utilization of the patient’s own stem cells or stem cells obtained from alternative sources.


3. Microneedling with Growth Factors:

Microneedling entails creating controlled skin injuries to induce collagen production. Combining this with the application of growth factors, often sourced from PRP, is believed to amplify the regenerative effects.


4. Fat Grafting:

In this procedure, fat is harvested from one part of the body and injected into another area to increase volume. The fat may contain regenerative cells contributing to tissue rejuvenation.

What are some treatments that use regenerative aesthetics?

Here’s a list of some treatments that use regenerative aesthetic medicine and a quick summary on what they do:

How is AccuTite different from other skin revitalization devices?

AccuTite allows for fat removal and skin tightening simultaneously. This removes the need for having separate treatments for skin tightening and fat removal. Additionally, AccuTite is precise–due to its small size– which allows the procedure to be done in small or delicate areas while minimizing damage to surrounding tissues.



Uses fine needles to create controlled micro-injuries, stimulating collagen production for skin rejuvenation. It improves texture, addresses wrinkles and scars.


PRP for hair loss

Involves injecting concentrated platelets and growth factors from a patient’s own blood into the scalp to stimulate hair growth and enhance existing hair follicles



Involves injecting PRP into the penis to enhance sexual performance, treat erectile dysfunction, and stimulate tissue regeneration for increased firmness and improved satisfaction



Involves injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the vaginal area to enhance sexual function and improve tightness. It stimulates tissue regeneration and improves blood flow for an overall rejuvenating effect


PRP facial

Involves applying platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to the face to stimulate collagen production and rejuvenate the skin


Other facial treatments

A lot of our facial treatments at Sleep and Wellness involve regenerative aesthetic medicine by stimulating the body’s natural healing process and stimulating production of collagen and other essential proteins and substances needed for healthy skin and body.


Other treatments

There are dozens of treatments at Sleep and Wellness that involve the body’s healing process. If we listed them all here, this list would be pages long. Please check out the other various treatments we offer.

What are the benefits involved with regenerative aesthetics?

Regenerative aesthetic medicine, as opposed to normal aesthetic medicine, offers a wide range of benefits which include but are not limited to:


Natural results

Uses the body’s natural regenerative processes, resulting in outcomes that appear more natural.


Minimally invasive treatments

  • Most regenerative aesthetic procedures are minimally invasive compared to traditional surgical options.
  • Leads to less downtime and less discomfort.

Tissue rejuvenation

  • Improves quality and health of tissues.
  • Results in a more youthful and revitalized appearance.


Can address various concerns such as wrinkles, scars, hair loss, and other facial/body/skin concerns.



Some of the regenerative procedures use the patient’s own cells or tissues, making treatment more personalized.


Long-lasting effects

Some regenerative therapies, like those utilizing platelet-rich plasma (PRP) or stem cells, could potentially offer sustained benefits by continually stimulating tissue regeneration over time.



  • Regenerative aesthetic procedures are generally safer than other traditional procedures when done by qualified healthcare professionals.
  • Usually results in minimal risk side effects.