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Electroporation - Needles Free Nutrients Infusion 

Skin rejuvenation , cells renewal, skin tightening and dark circles treatment

How Does It Work?

It was first developed to administer anti-cancer medication by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, before making its way to the world of dermatology.

Electroporation uses short modulated pulses of a low current to create transient aqueous pores in the skin. This application of an electrical pulse momentarily disrupts the cell membrane, allowing the entry of the product. When the pulse ceases, the layer returns to its original structure, leaving a product that has been penetrated the interior of the cell in place. The effect of the Electroporation lasts for a few seconds, therefore allowing the introduction of the product. This action is dramatically increasing skin permeability. This process also stimulates your skin to enable muscle toning, draining of liquids from intercellular space (helps with puffiness), and the production of new collagen and elastin. Electroporation is a truly holistic approach that replaces injections, micro-needling, and mesotherapy. It's a mechanical infusion of desired ingredients into the deepest layers of the skin. Due to deep penetration, skin becomes more moisture-retentive and results last longer than topical applications of skincare solutions. 

Concerns Treated

Facial Brightening

Fine lines


Dark Circles

Eye revitalization

Skin Hydration

Skin Renewal

Post Acne Blemishes

Electroporation Benefits

  • Stimulates Blood Circulation

  • Aids in Lymphatic Drainage

  • Increases Cell Metabolism

  • Enhances Skin Care Product Performance

  • Tightens and Tones 

  • Diminishes Wrinkles and Fine Lines

  • Reduces The Appearance of Congested, Puffy Eyes

  • Improves Upon Skin Texture and Tone

  • Lightens Dark Under-Eye Circles

  • Fades Freckles, Age Spots, and Redness

  • No pain or injection tracks

  • No risk of : burns, pain, or inflammation. 

  • Controlled depth of the substance injection without affecting the vessels or the products transfer into the bloodstream.

  • Penetration of the injected substance is above 90%

This treatment is suitable for all skin types and can be combined with other technological treatments.  ​

How much does Electroporation Cost per treatment?

Average Cost: $150

Price Range: $100-$200

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All you need to know

Electroporation -Needles Free Nutrients Infusion: FAQ

Who is the best candidate for this treatment?

The best candidate anyone who is starting to see a decline in skin elasticity, skin tone and texture. Treatments are safe for all skin types.

Electroporation Contraindications

  • Current or previous cancer diagnosis

  • Internal defibrillator/pacemaker

  • Pregnant or are undergoing an IVF procedure

  • Epilepsy/Seizures

  • Asthma

  • Acute/severe infection on the treated area

How long does the treatment take?

Each session takes just on average 30 minutes. The treatment doesn't require special post care , you can come back to your regular activities immediately after the treatment.

How many sessions are needed to see results? Are they permanent?

Most patients receive ten to twelve treatments per area in the clinic, though the exact number will depend on the age  and condition of the area that being treated.

Is there any specific pre- or post-procedure care required?

There is no downtime and no precautions for this procedure . If you have a metal dental implants , you might experience a metal taste is your mouth , which is normal and expected to occur.

Clinical Studies & More

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Electroporation Clinical Study

Electroporation- Based Intracellular Delivery

Electroporation will help transfer 90% of substances into your skin, as opposed to 10% achieved by other, more traditional methods.


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