Derma electroporation, also known as electro-mesotherapy, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that is used to deliver skincare products and nutrients deep into the skin using electrical currents. The procedure is often used to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging, as well as to address issues such as acne and hyperpigmentation.
The procedure involves applying a specially formulated serum or solution to the skin, which is then penetrated into the skin using electrical pulses. The electrical currents create tiny channels in the skin, allowing the solution to penetrate deeper than it would with traditional topical application.
The procedure is typically performed using a handheld device that delivers the electrical pulses to the skin. The device is moved over the treatment area in a specific pattern, delivering the pulses at precise intervals. The procedure is typically painless and does not require any downtime, although patients may experience some mild redness or swelling in the treatment area.
Derma electroporation is considered a safe and effective alternative to traditional mesotherapy, which involves injecting nutrients and other substances directly into the skin. Unlike traditional mesotherapy, derma electroporation does not require any needles or injections, making it a less invasive and less painful option for many patients.
However, as with any medical procedure, there are potential risks and side effects, such as skin irritation or allergic reactions to the solution used. It is important to discuss the risks and benefits of derma electroporation with a qualified healthcare professional before deciding to undergo the procedure.