Skin Rejuvenation Using Thermal Shock

Thermal Shock improves the general condition of the skin increasing oxygen and nutrient supply to the skin. Frequent thermal shock treatments tighten the skin and reduce wrinkles.

During TShock treatments the skin vessels and capillaries undergo a period of vasoconstriction (constriction of blood vessels) followed by vasodilation (dilation of blood vessels) during the session.

The intense cold improves collagen production, leaving your skin firm and tight. The heat reinvigorates elastin. Provoking a shock by cooling and or shocking (alternating cold and warm) the skin with TShock treatments around the face, neck or body, triggers deep layers of collagen and stimulates collagen production.

Treatments work towards the skin becoming smoother, more even toned with regained elasticity and improved overall "youthful" feeling

Benefits of Thermal Shock treatments on the skin:

- Enhanced production of collagen resulting in fuller, more youthful and beautiful rejuvenated skin.

- Reinvigorates elastin in the skin

- Benefits to the lymphatic system, flushing away built up toxins

- The effects of skin conditions like Rosacea and Acne can be reduced

- Metabolic rate increase, endorphin levels stimulated

Article from Electronica Pagani Medical Devices


Skin Rejuvenation Programs - Treatment once every 2 to 3 days.

        - To tighten loose skin, improve tone and build rejuvenated skin; the frequency of treatments matters. 

        - You need to build from one treatment to the next treatment.

                - Treat every 2-3 days until desired results are realized

        - What happens if you treat once a week?

                -  You will not build from one treatment to the next

        - Maintenance

                - 1-3 treatments a month; 14 days is average needed timeline.

        - What happens if you stop with no maintenance?

                - The collagen and elastin levels will start to recede and the effects of                         aging will start to resume.

         - Most common contraindications to consider on face (read                                  contraindications page for full list)

                 - Botox - wait 2 weeks ( 14 days)

                 - Fillers - wait 4 weeks ( 30 days)


Article from Electronica Pagani Medical Devices


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