Electroporation unit Elettropor

electroporation unit
electroporation unit
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electroporation unit


Whenever the skin appears to be without any tone, malnourished, marked with wrinkles or with cellulite or other imperfections, the problem is often caused by dysfunctioning of the deep strata of the skin, the derma or the sub-cutis. The more superficial stratum - the epidermis is a real wall of bricks, which block the passage of substances through it. So….. is it possible to pass substances through the skin without using acid or needles? The answer is yes, thanks to transdermic vehiculation (electropores)! Transdermic vehiculation acts on the skin creating a transitory increase in the permeability of the tissue. This occurs when there is a transmembrane current between 0.5 and 1.5 volts in cell created by means of an electrical impulse. The double lipid layer of the cell is temporally re-set, creating watery canals in the cellular membrane called electropores. These electropores allow the passage of molecules, which otherwise would never pass the epidermal stratum! ELLETTROPOR, by means of micro-impulses controlled by a new generation impedance meter, transports even high molecular with active principles across the epidermis, thus avoid the use of injected medicine or surgery. This penetration of active principles is possible due to the application of electrodes on the cutaneous surface. This is a painless method with no collateral effects. The patient feels a slight sensation of muscular contraction that can be changes by varying the electrical impulse emitted. We have prepared a specific composition in order to face the problems formulated in our cosmeceutical laboratories.


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