What Is Bio Skin Jetting?

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Written By Shirley Bongbong Virtual Assistant Philippines

This anti aging skin care procedure for fine lines and wrinkles is a technique used to reactivate collagen production, which is seen to produce more realistic and sustained benefits to the users. On the other hand, if there seems to be a problem in regenerating the collagen production, then the Bio Skin Smoothing is used instead of the Bio Skin Jetting. The two procedures are safe around the forehead, eyes, and mouth, which means you are well able to carry the procedure in treating your frown lines, crow’s feet, and laughter lines.

 

 

The procedure

bio skin jettingThe Bio Skin Jetting involves inserting a fine probe into the line beneath the surface of the skin. The fine probe is inserted just beneath the skin and along the fine lines. This may sound painful because it applies a series of movements that will induce and reactivate collagen production. Don’t worry the procedure is carried out using a local anesthetic cream. Usually, a fine red line appears beneath the skin that lasts for several days. One treatment may involve 3 to 5 sessions. Each session, depending on the extent of the fine lines, may usually go for at least 30 to 45 minutes. The effects may last up to 12 months. This is a truly natural process of slowing down the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles as well as softening deep lines without using any chemical agents. When the collagen is reactivated, the plumpness of the skin returns. The stimulation idea is considered as the best alternative to dermal filler injections such as the collagen filler or the hyaluronic acid filler.

 

The concept of the Bio Skin Jetting Collagen Rejuvenation Treatment

bio skin jetting 1As the probe tries to stimulate the blood flow in the treated area, it brings the oxygen and the nutrients to the cells. This means that the cells in the area are being nourished and filled with natural proteins and nutrients especially the collagen. The theory behind this technique resembles to that of a child with active cells producing oxygen. As the child matures, the cells only become active when the skin is wounded or injured. Therefore, the probe carefully mimics the injury and causes the cells to start producing collagen again. Just a quick note. If you have Keloids, please clear this procedure with your doctor first. The healing process largely depends on the person, nutrition, and skin condition. Another factor that may affect the results is the depth of the wrinkle being treated as well as the lifestyle and age of the person receiving the treatment.