1. EMS ( Electrical Muscle Stimulation)
EMS is used to activate the skin cell, stimulating rejuvenation of collagen, to improve skin elasticity,soften wrinkles and leave skin looking smooth and healthy
The origin of Mesoporation comes from the combination of mesotherapy and electroporation.
Mesotherapy is a system of transdermal skin delivery in which microneedles puncture the skin to allowÂ the delivery of active ingredients to deeper layers of the skin.
Mesoporation works by disturbing the surface of the skin causing the disturbed cells to open temporarilyÂ to create tiny moisture channels or mesopores, which provide for the transport of high molecular agentsÂ into the skin.
Electroporation is a non-invasive electrical treatment which also carries active ingredients into the dermalÂ layers. Unlike mesotherapy, mesoporation does not require needles. Electroporation provides a means toÂ transport collagen and hyaluronic acid deeper into the skin. Electroporation provides t he means toÂ achieve higher results with your skin care products without the need for needles.
4. Radio Frequency ( RF)
Radio Frequency energy uses the tissueÃ¢ÂÂs natural resistance within the various layers of the skin toÂ transform the RF energy applied to the skin into thermal energy. RF energies can be used for patientsÂ of all skin types and allows for different depths of penetration allowing for increased collagen contractionÂ and production of new collagen.
5. LED Light Therapy
LED light is used to provide a painless skin-care treatment that plumps up skin by boosting collagenÂ production and treats mild to moderate acne.
LED light works by sending energy-producing packets of light into the deeper layers of the skin. LEDÂ treatments can minimize fine lines and wrinkles, treat sun-damage and stretch marks, and reduce
redness after more aggressive IPL or laser treatments.