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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Shares the Injectable Hair Growth Treatment She's Using

The Don't Be Tardy mom shares a full look at her latest cosmetic procedure. 

By Chantel Morel
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Kim Zolciak-Biermann is an open book when it comes to her beauty and body concerns and the cosmetic procedures she uses to treat them. The Don't Be Tardy matriarch has dished on everything from her good and not-so-good experiences with Botox to the laser treatments she uses to minimize redness. More recently, Kim opened up about her struggles with her hair. 

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On January 19, Kim visited Dermatology Consultants in Atlanta and she shared all the details of her visit on Instagram. "I'm going to do these shots around my hairline, especially right here where my hairline is kind of thin or thinning. I think it happens with age," she explained in a clip. The "shots" Kim was referring to are a part of a procedure called Exosome Injection Therapy, which is used to promote hair growth.

During her visit, Kim shared a full look at the procedure, which involves injecting exosomes directly into the scalp along the hairline. In the series of clips, Kim's aesthetician explained that exosomes are "extracellular vesicles that stimulate hair follicular growth." 

"Typically it takes two treatments and we see results really quite soon," the aesthetician added. 

While the procedure looked a bit frightening, Kim ensured that there's "no pain to it whatsoever." She explained, "The back of my head hurt a little worse I would say than the front, but it was totally manageable. Botox I feel is worse than these shots."

Kim Zolciak Biermann Scalp Treatment 1

Kim also shared that several of her friends have had "incredible" results from this exact treatment and she's "excited" to see her own results.

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