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Synergistic approach

Multi-stimulation treatment platforms can have numerous benefits for skin-rejuvenation, collagen production and more

As standards of physical beauty continue to change over the decades, the importance of healthy, clear and smooth skin has remained. And, with aesthetic facial treatments continuing to increase in popularity, many practitioners are welcoming the opportunity to deliver multi-stimulation treatments, offering their patients shorter treatment times and elevated results.

The evolving approach adopted by the Pollogen Geneo and Geneo X (Glo2Facial) platforms offers multiple technologies, working in synergy with one another to trigger natural skin-rejuvenating mechanisms, enhance collagen production and improve the skin’s elasticity, appearance, and volume.

Four technologies working in synergy

Patented Oxygeneo technology provides stimulation of the blood microcirculation, based upon the Bohr effect. Oxygeneo exposes the skin to a CO2-rich environment, causing the body to react, increasing natural oxygen levels internally for improved circulation and tissue perfusion.

CO2 diffuses through the skin barrier at its highest when it is dissolved, and the skin barrier is thinner and more permeable. Oxygeneo technology exfoliates dead cells from the skin surface creating an optimal environment for the diffusion of CO2 – 200 times higher than through healthy, intact skin. Coupled with the increased absorption of active ingredients for each skin condition, this results in three benefits for the patient in one pass: oxygenation, exfoliation and infusion.

Combining Oxygeneo technology with tripollar radiofrequency (RF) induces evenly spread heat within the dermis for the stimulation of new collagen and elastin. Tripollar RF creates short-term skin tightening and long-term wound healing, with the regeneration of collagen improving the elasticity of the skin for a younger, fresher appearance.

Tripollar RF can be delivered as a single entity or combined simultaneously with a new proprietary ESA technology. ESA targets deep skin layers for activation of the natural healing mechanisms and re-activation of the senescent (sleeping) skin cells.

ESA is the first-ever technology to enhance skin elasticity through electrical impulses and RF energy. In addition, ultrasound technology improves blood flow and the absorption of active ingredients, and a full synergetic effect is achieved for the skin, providing immediate and long-term results for skin health in every age and skin type.

In conclusion

By combining multi-stimulation technologies safely, we reduce treatment times and increase treatment efficacy, we are able to treat multiple concerns in one treatment, increase profitability and productivity time and, above all, deliver ground-breaking clinical results for patients. Thus, an increase in patient satisfaction, client retention and lifetime value of client are achieved.

Contact Advanced Esthetics Solutions: 02920 231228

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