SCARS AND STRETCH MARKS PROTOCOL
INVESKIN EXTRA REPAIR - EGF
Indicated to improve the appearance of scars, post-acne marks, stretch marks, and keloids.
Frequency: 1 weekly session. Recommended 10 consecutive sessions. Subsequently, apply the maintenance sessions.
Preparation of an extemporaneous formula
INVESKIN Extra Repair is an extemporaneous formula for tissue regeneration and bio-stimulation with the aim of activating a process of cutaneous recovery, unifying skin tone, and addressing irregularities.
INTENSIVE DERMAL REPAIR:
- Extra Repair EGF 1 contains Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) in our patented formula.
- Extra Repair AQUA 2 contains Calendula and Hyaluronic Acid to promote the repair of damaged or cracked skin. The product contains natural extracts, so its color may vary.
Mix the ampoule of Extra Repair EGF 1 with the vial of Extra Repair AQUA 2 until an emulsion is formed.
Shake the mixture in the vial to emulsify its phases and place the silicone applicator for dosing.
Cleaning and preparation of the skin, which may include a superficial peeling to exfoliate dead cells.
Apply the extemporaneous formula using virtual mesotherapy or microneedling (any technology that does not produce heat), as usual. Do not remove.
The application of the extemporaneous formula is done zone by zone for 15 minutes. Treat each area individually, applying a few drops and working until complete absorption. Do not remove it and let it penetrate, assisting with an occlusive system if necessary.
Continue with INVESKIN Radio Laser, focusing on damaged areas with gentle massages. Do not remove.
Finish by applying INVESKIN Cover with gentle touches all over the face.
A DICTIONARY OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS FOR CUTANEOUS RECOVERY TREATMENT
EGF: Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF). Promotes dermal repair by increasing its rate of autoregeneration. Produces an increase in the proliferation of keratinocytes of the corneal epithelium, endothelial cells, and fibroblasts (increases protein and glycosaminoglycan synthesis). It has a high power of biostimulation and tissue regeneration. Its application reduces the healing time of wounds. It intervenes in the processes involved in the phases of wound healing, such as cell division, differentiation, protein expression, enzymatic production and cellular angiogenesis, and impacts the degradation and production of the extracellular matrix.
HYALURONIC ACID: Moisturizing and lubricating, it stands out for its capacity to retain water and restructure the biological matrix of the skin. It has a great filling capacity. Activates re-epithelialization, regulates the proliferation and migration of keratinocytes and fibroblasts, thus reducing the roughness of the newly formed epidermis. Repaired tissues are of better quality, and scars are less prominent. It stimulates the immune system and activates healing processes. In addition, hyaluronic acid has a bacteriostatic effect on the two species involved in the pathogenesis of acne vulgaris: S. aureus and P. acnes.
CALENDULA: It is a plant with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It inhibits the growth of several bacteria and fungi, including Staphylococcus aureus, P. acnes, and S. epidermidis. It is also emollient, re-epithelializing, healing, and an antioxidant. It reduces the inflammatory effect and leukocyte infiltration. It has important beneficial effects on the skin of people with atopic dermatitis and sensitive skin.