After one treatment
Courtesy of Prof. Cassuto, Italy
Lineae Albicantes are hard to treat. with EnerJet 2.0, it’s simple!
For many women who have given birth, or people who have experienced rapid weight changes, stretch marks are an aesthetic nuisance and challenge. Stretch marks are caused by dermal tearing due to high levels of cortisone and stretched skin. Over time, stretch mark appearance can diminish; but the marks will never disappear completely.
Stretch lines, white to pink or gray, that occur on the abdomen, buttocks, breasts, and thighs and are caused by the stretching of the skin and weakening or rupturing of the underlying elastic tissue. Once they have formed there is no clearly useful treatment, though various methods have been tried. Energy based devices and technology are been used to treat red stretch marks. Some show good results but none of them show promising results on white stretch marks or Lineae Albicantes. with EnerJet 2.0 true tissue remodeling and great results on Lineae Albicantes
A powerful jet injection blasts compounds into the deeper layers of the skin, inducing a deep volumetric micro-trauma effect with an optimal spread of the material. The jet stream disperses the skin enhancing agent laterally, covering 100 times the area of one 32G needle’s entry point while leaving minimal signs on the outer layer of the skin.
The synergy between two effects sets in motion a cascade healing processes, resulting in a natural healing and hydrating process that generates production of new collagen, ultimately generating skin thickening and tightening.
“This device is without a doubt, the best option for stretch marks on the market today. Outcomes are outstanding, even three years after treatment” Prof. Daniel Cassuto, Italy
But this is not all EnerJet can do…
This new, clinically proven non-thermal modality for aesthetic medicine enables a fast, safe and effective treatment for kinetic non-surgical facelift, dermal thickening and wrinkle reduction for the face, neck and décolleté, acne scars, keloid and hypertrophic scars, C-section scars, stretch marks and more.
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