What effects can you expect after the neckline redermalization?
Before treatment ultrasound scan shows damage to the epidermis. Dermal echogenicity is reduced. The fibers in the lower dermis are hyperechoic.
After treatment the smoothness of the epidermis is restored. The dermis becomes thicker, the acoustic density increases with the uniform distribution of the echo signal and the linear, concise arrangement of the fibers. No signs of leakage, no changes in the vascular system.
Ultrasonic, corneometric and profilometric tests of the skin have jointly confirmed the high efficiency of redermalization. After the second procedure, the distribution of the product in the dermis and around the application was seen with a moderate increase in the thickness and acoustic density of the dermis. Two weeks after the third procedure, the product administered was no longer visible in the dermis: increased thickness and density of the skin were detected along with the uniform distribution of the echo signal and the linear, concise arrangement of the fibers.
Redermalization around the neck and décolleté restores and increases the level of hydration and skin elasticity, smoothes and stimulates the synthesis of skin structural proteins.
Skin condition of the neckline before redermalization: Signs of reduced skin hydration, moderate hyperkeratosis.
Skin condition of the neckline after the second redermalization treatment: Improvement of skin firmness and hydration.
Skin condition of the neckline 14 days after the third redermalization treatment: Significantly improved skin firmness and hydration, improved skin vascular structures.