Best Skin Specialist in Delhi

Skin Electroporation (ERP)

What is Skin Electroporation?

Electroporation, also known as ‘non-injectable mesotherapy’ is a process that we use to intensify the effects of
our chemical peels. The treatment involves exposing skin to a light electrical field, which then reduces the cell
wall’s resistance, rendering it more permeable. This then allows us to transfer a wide range of naturally nurturing
solutions or oils into the skin cells, a treatment that is painless with no side effects.

Results of ERP

After the treatment, you may see tone and surface enhancements owing to an increase in the amount
of collagen and new skin cells which are created. Patients may some initial evidetnt changes
however, the eventual lifting and toning will be seen only 2-3 months after the treatment is

When carrying out electroporation, we use customised serums which have been derived naturally from plants to treat a
variety of problems, from hydrating very dry skin to reducing the redness associated with acne or rosacea. Depending
on the individual skin condition and needs we use ingredients such as; hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, DMAE, poly-vitamins,
glycolic acid and retinol.

After treatment, skin will feel rejuvenated, refreshed, smooth, radiant and firmer. We recommend that you combine and alternate
electroporation with one of our medical facial treatments and use a medical grade at-home skin care regimen to increase the longevity
of results. We at Dr. Mahajna’s Clinic use this treatment for the face and body and for all skin types to treat:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Loose skin on the face
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Stetch Marks
  • Cellulite
  • Acne Scars
  • Sun Damage
  • Rosecea

Electroporation requires no down time. Compared to mesotherapy, which uses needles to deliver product to the deeper
layers of the skin, there will be no bruising or reddening. There are no side effects to this treatment.

Visit us at Mahajan’s Skin Clinic to start your treatment. Click here to book your appointment.

Read more here: Source link