How is Triactive Derma applied?
During the session, solutions are applied to the treated area, which are usually a combination of active ingredients, depending on the needs of the skin. Basic options are high and low molecular weight cross-linked hyaluronic acid, biomimetic peptides, ascorbic acid in glucose stabilized molecular structure, Vitamins B & E, hydrolyzed RNA and DNA fragments, known as nucleotides, a-arbutynin, and other active ingredients.
The treatment is performed in three stages, totaling from five hundred amd twenty thousand to seven hundred and twenty thousand channels in the epidermis, from pulse stimuli ranging from two thousand six hundred to three thousand eight hundred per minutes, without using needles.
In the first step, the surface layer of the epidermis is exfoliated using a special non-traumatic head to remove the skin from the dead cells and prepare for the next phase of the treatment.
In the second stage, the solution with the active ingredients we want to deliver to the skin is applied to the epidermis. Using a special head that contains elastic ends, microscopic channels on the skin are created to allow diffusion of the treatment solution.
In the third stage, the treatment is targeted to the areas where we want volume recovery (mild wrinkles, fine lines, atrophic scars, acne scars, etc.). Using a special head design, fibroblasts are activated to produce collagen and elastin, causing the skin itself to improve its defects.
The result is a shiny, light, hydrated, uniform skin, free of discolorations and fine lines.
Treatment is completed in 4-5 sessions, with a two-week interval. It is painless, non-traumatic, applied to all skin types from the age of 30 onwards, all year round.
Contraindications are dermatoses in the treated area (psoriasis, vitiligo, inflammatory acne, etc.). Side effects do not exist, except for a mild erythema, which subsides in a short period of time and allows us to return directly to our daily lives.