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Non-injection Mesotherapy (Ultraporation)

Ultraporation operates on the principle of increasing the permeability of cellular membranes to deliver microscopic doses of chemicals into the mesoderm under the influence of high-frequency electric fields. Lipid components of the membranes are particularly receptive to this. This process is reversible and is perfectly safe because it does not destroy the cell walls, but only temporarily changes their structure for the duration of the procedure and allows the delivery of chemical cocktails. Simultaneously, cells are stimulated to induce pinocytosis - the active absorption of large molecules such as dissolved proteins. The process proceeds as follows: tiny droplets of liquid become enclosed within invaginations of cell membrane, which in turn slowly detach from the membrane into the cytoplasm as tiny bubbles, called vesicles. The bubbles dissolve and their contents gradually permeate throughout the cytoplasm.

Since the process of pinocytosis is quite slow, the cosmetic products continue to affect the organism even after the procedure, on average for around 24-28 hours. Electroporation can be used in combination with ultrasound. This procedure is called ultraporation and provides more precise control over the penetration of chemicals into the skin. Ultraporation can affect cells up to 2 mm deep.

Ultraporation is an excellent alternative to the classic mesotherapy injections, as it gives an opportunity to avoid the associated side effects. A multitude of aesthetic problems can be solved by ultraporation treatments. Products based on hyaluronic can be acid used to fight hair loss, to smooth out wrinkles, protect the skin from dehydration, and to remove any undesired effects of environmental impact. L-carntine is used for non-invasive treatment of cellulite, one of the most common mesotherapy procedures.

Indications for ultraporation:

  • Vascular pathology (telangiectasia, cuperosis)
  • Aesthetic skin problems (acne, enlarged pores, scars, loss of elasticity, warts)
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Hair Loss
  • Shallow and deep wrinkles
  • Dehydration of the skin
  • Obesity/Cellulite
  • Stretch marks
  • Prepare the skin for plastic surgery (to prevent complications and optimize results)
  • Reduce the rehabilitation period after chemical peel or plastic surgery

Advantages of ultraporation:

  • No discomfort during the procedure
  • Ability to fully adjust the intensity of therapy according to the sensitivity of the patient
    No recovery period
  • Guaranteed effect