December 21, 2020
1. ELECTROPORATION - The Low Level Laser Treatment (LLLT) technology includes a pre-treatment phase with electroporation that acts directly on the skin by creating electropores that, in relation to the length of the pulse, remain open from a few seconds to one or two minutes and permit a better permeability of the tissues in favour of a wide variety of hydrophilic molecules that otherwise would not be able to penetrate.
2. MUSCLE ELECTRO-STIMULATION - Muscle is a metabolically active tissue, so an increase in muscle tone by electrical stress leads to a parallel increase in basal metabolic rate. This particular exercise involves a subsequent indirect weight loss because, you will have an increased metabolic expense at rest. Studies in this regard have shown that this consumption occurs mainly in the vicinity of the region most affected by the stimulation, since the muscle, in the recovery phase, draws energy from the fat of the subcutaneous tissue, thus promoting localized weight loss
3. ELECTRO MODELING - Electro-modeling causes an ionic displacement capable of varying the permeability of the tissues with a consequent greater consumption of oxygen and an improvement in the microcirculation. It is also able to reactivate all the areas in which fat deposits accumulate by associating various factors, and to revitalize the cellulite areas in which the blood circulates badly. At the same time an electrolysis occurs which allows to have a beneficial effect on the skin texture. The polar effect generates multiple favorable effects on the skin.
• More toned
• More elastic
• "Orange peel" improvemen.
4. LLLT LASER 980nm - In recent years, there has been an increase in low-level laser therapy (LLLT) applications, including in the area of body remodeling. LLLT stimulates the mitochondria of adipocytes, increasing the synthesis of adenosine diphosphate (ATP-energy token for biocellular activity) with subsequent regulation of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP). The increase in cAMP stimulates the cytoplasm-lipase enzyme, which converts triglycerides into acid fats and glycerol, which can pass through pores formed in the cell membrane. LLLT is a treatment that promotes the metabolism of adipocytes with the consequent mobilization of intracellular lipids. However, if not properly metabolized, lipids tend to recover, invalidating the effects of the treatment in the long term, especially in the absence of a healthy and balanced lifestyle. The combination of vibrations with the LLLT treatment stimulates the basal metabolic rate and muscle contraction; in addition, the vibrational effect also has a toning effect on the skin.
5. LLLT MODULATION - Different modulations of the 980 nm Laser allow photon energy to achieve physiological objectives in different ways, diversifying the biological response to the LED. The first part of an impulse can contain enough energy to excite the chromophoric molecules of the most superficial tissue layer, opening a sort of "way" to continue to penetrate the fabric. Furthermore, greater stimulation and collagen production are obtained compared to continuous impulses.
• Mechanical effects: consists of a high-frequency micro-massage that stimulates the area to be treated
• Thermal effects: the thermal effect essentially depends on the characteristics of the tissues. The passage of ultrasound through the skin creates a slight rise in temperature by stimulating a remodeling effect.
• Chemical effetcs: the chemical action acts at the local pH level and on the natural absorption capacity of the skin due to the passage of the ultrasonic wave to which the tissue is subjected.

Treatment time: 60min