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Cavitation peeling

Cavitation peeling - a procedure which uses ultrasonic waves. Ultrasounds are vibrations of frequency which exceeds the audibility of the human ear (greater than 20 kHz), which affect the skin by pleasant vibrations and micro-massage. With the help of this treatment removal of excess of serum in the pores and hair follicles is possible, alongside getting rid of calloused skin, blackheads and bacteria.


After the treatment the skin is smooth, brighter, and more importantly, there is no risk of irritation. With cavitation calloused skin cells and excess sebum are removed, which comes to unlock the hair follicle. In addition, a bactericide and fungicide effect in achieved as in the case of acne skins it is an important part of therapy. Furthermore, ultrasounds act as a stimulant, stimulating cell metabolism and accelerating the renewal of cellular structures.


In order to introduce active substances into the deeper layers of the skin, you can perform sonophoresis just after peeling. This allows the compounds to be provided which usually poorly pass through the skin barrier.
Cavitation peeling can be performed to people with oily, dry and sensitive skin and dilated blood vessels. Frequent indication for this type of surgery is acne vulgaris, and even acne rosacea.



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