Mesotherapy electronic tap is a rejuvenation treatment in general, which helps us to correct or improve wrinkles, sagging, facial spots, seborrhea and acne, enlarged pores, different types of alopecia, cellulite, stretch marks and scars.
According to experts in dermatology , mesotherapy through electronic puncture the skin presents a clear improvement in texture, firmness and quality also unifying the tone of it. It applies to all skin types and recovery is immediate.
Mesotherapy technique of electronic lancing
Mesotherapy electronic puncture is performed through a minimally invasive device that induces electric puncture and regenerates skin collagen through a needle module electrically driven. This method can be associated with specific products for mesotherapy to increase efficiency such as hyaluronic acid, retinol or vitamin C, among others, depending on what the goal of treatment. These products lubricate the needles thereby decreasing pain and skin trauma treatment being perfectly tolerated.
This technique can be applied on the face, neck, chest, back of the hands and any other location where we want to improve sagging, stretch marks or cellulite. It may also be performed on the scalp to complement treatments for alopecia achieving improvements in a shorter period of time.
Treatment can take place on a monthly basis, but always depends on the patient and his pathology as it is individualized.
THE nanopore Turbo-roller is the device used for this technique. This device has a dual action:
- Increases transdermal penetration: microperforation stratum corneum permeability increases while facilitating the penetration of active. Device needles act as a vehicle for transporting applied topically to the deeper layers of skin solution.
- Physical-mechanical stimulus. The release of interleukins, cytokines and growth factors active production of collagen and elastin. It also improves communication between dermis and epidermis, encouraging signals via the dermal-epidermal junction.
Repairs the dermal matrix, increasing the production of collagen through natural self-repair mechanisms of the skin and stimulates angiogenesis by triggering endothelial growth factor (VEGF).