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We are using the non-invasive skin remodelling system with 5 scientifically proven remodelling technologies all delivered simultaneously through one treatment head. The three major intrinsic factors can be corrected by this system. The three major intrinsic factors resulting in structural ageing are:
Factor #1: Integumentary System
Age-related changes: thinning of the epidermis, decrease in number of collagen fibers, decreased number of sweat glands, decreased number of sensory neurons in skin.
Associated functional changes: increased susceptibility of infection, decreased rate of wound healing (tissue easier to damage), decreased thermoregulation, decreased manual dexteritv.
Factor #2: Muscular System
Age-related changes: decreased ability of cell to be stimulated by neuron, decrease in number of muscle cells (type 2 / fast twitch), decrease in number and size of mitochondria.
Associated functional changes: decreased ability to respond to rapid movements, decreased ability for power, decreased strength, decreased function / impaired activity.
Structural Skin Aging is Muscle Atrophy. With age, due to repeated contractions the muscle gradually “elongates” or “shortens”. Structural aging takes please, becomes visible and with time, facial expressions appear more rigid.
Factor #3: Skeletal System
Age-related changes: protein and mineral in bone matrix change, bone more rigid and brittle, thinning of cartilage in joints, collagen of intervetebral joints becomes stiffer.
Associated functional changes: increased risk of fracture, decrease in height, decreased joint mobility, joint pain due to thinning of cartilage, increased rigidity of spine, postural changes.
Structural skin aging is bone loss. Facial bones loose density and thickness. This causes some minor changes in facial shape. Loss of bone along the bony rim under the eye and in the region of the nose-cheek junction.
How does the skin remodelling system work?
The skin remodelling system has 5 remodelling technologies.
1. High voltage pulsatile currents (HVPC)
High voltage pulsatile currents is a monophasic pulsed current consisting of a twin peak of high voltage current with a very short pulse duration. It is used to promote wound healing, muscle regeneration / repair and to accelerate bone healing after fractures (osteogenesis). HVPC restores muscle tone, promotes regeneration of muscle and bone tissue, stimulates fibroblasts activity, accelerates wound healing, increases blood and lymphatic flow, increases cellular functions.
2. Impulse microcurrents
Impulsed microcurrents increase the ability of cells to be stimulated by neuron, opens ionic pathway of cell membrane, insures better communication between cell nucleus and intercellular energy triggering DNA regenartion and cell repair and without this communication process DNA regeneration and repair is not possible. (Drs. B.Sakmann and E. Neher awarded nobel prize in 1991)
3. Ultrasound 1 MHz
Ultrasound frequencies found on most therapeutic units range from 1MHz to 3 MHz. Ultrasound also impacts bone regeneration, enhances bone healing after fractures, enhances bone formation after mandibular osteodistraction, stimulates the expression of bone protein (osteonectin (ON), osteopontin (OP), bone sialoprotein (BSP). Ultrasound waves generates heat within the dermis while sparing the overlying epidermis. This controlled dermal heating incites a “wound-healing” response that stimulate fibroblasts to synthesize and lay down new collagen. Ultrasound is used to restore dermal density, tighten skin and remineralize bones.
Iontophoresis drives charged mollecules into the skin by a small direct current (0.5 mA / cm2), excels in small molecular delivery and has limited penetration due to sratum corneum polarization.
Electroporation requires a large voltage intensity for a short period (10 to 100 microseconds) in contrast to low voltage iontophoresis. It allows the passage of macro-molecules, it differs from intophoresis by creating transient aqueous pores in the lipid-bilayers and as such it is able to penetrate high molecular weight compounds.
The “cutting-edge” technology of the skin remodelling system penetrates meso gel from 65 to 99% and approximately 6 cm depth. The RMD Meso Gel regenerates extra cellular matrix impacting dermal density in the epidermal junction, triggers DNA regeneration and repairs scavenge “free-radicals”.
Last Updated on Saturday, 22 September 2012 14:32
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