Based on the latest scientific evidence, a protocol has developed, demonstrating the extent to which the natural regeneration and protective properties of the epidermis can improve the skin condition of our patients.
This is the first protocol on the market that addresses the epidermis.
The protocol addresses the needs of different skin types. It is a treatment ideal for young people for whom this will be their first aesthetic medicine treatment and for those who want to prevent the first signs of skin ageing.
It is a combination of treatments using a specialized device, filler and professional care with cosmeceuticals. The moisturising effect and the levelling of colour are visible immediately after the treatment.
The treatment consists of a single session that works on the epidermis from within to visibly improve all skin quality parameters – hydration, pores, evenness of colour, skin thickness and density. It supports both skin barrier function and skin homeostasis for a fast and visible result.
During the session, a radiofrequency treatment is performed with a device, which comprehensively regenerates and rebuilds the epidermis. This is followed by a treatment with the non-cross-linked filler to improve the quality of the skin and deeply hydrate it. With this treatment, the skin’s vitality and radiance is restored. Deep hydration is made possible by the non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid and calcium hydroxyapatite contained in the filler.
As part of the package, the patient receives a home care kit to continue the treatment and reinforce the effects of the treatment. The post-treatment regimen includes products from the cosmeceutical line, whose action neutralises free radicals, deeply nourishes and restores radiance to the skin.
The treatment helps to:
- Increase hydration and negate dry skin
- Reduce UV damage
- Even out skin tone
- Eliminate skin roughness
- Temporarily correct soft tissue deficits
- Create an effective epidermal barrier
- Prevent skin thinning
- Maintain skin homeostasis to promote skin regeneration
The effectiveness has been confirmed by clinical studies in which it was observed:
- reduction in transepidermal water loss (TEWL) by 5.8%,
- increase in hydration by 23%,
- reduction in the severity of UV damage and pigmentation by 7.5%,
- reduction in enlarged pores by 15.6%,
- increase in epidermal thickness by 12%,
- increased epidermal density by 57.7%.
Treatments are performed by:
Specialist in Surgical Nursing