What is Collagenizer?
Enhance clinic‘s Collagenizer machine is a electo-poration device that gently opens the pores to accept the highest grade collegen you can purchase. It is infused into the skin to “plump” it out producing a great lift. It can also be used with a high-grade Vitamin C whitening serum, or a combination of both.
The Collagenizer features the proprietary technology of Dermoelectroporation which uses the skin’s water based intercellular channels to promote Transdermal Delivery. The machine is unique and substantially different from electrophoresis, microcurrent and galvanic devices because of the continuous, very low reversed polarity current. The Collagenizer delivers non-invasive, instant and long lasting effects.
The Collagenizer treatments are used for:
How does it work?
Collagen is an insoluble, fibrous protein that is too large a molecule to penetrate the skin, i.e. no matter how much is present in a cosmetic, it WILL NOT GET INTO YOUR SKIN.
Whilst it is a major body component, the form used in cosmetics is foreign and does not even get absorbed through the skin, much less help “rebuild it” as some products claim.
Collagen is one of the most plentiful proteins.
Collagen is present in the bodies of mammals and humans. In fact, it makes up about 25 percent of the total amount of proteins in the body.
Some people refer to collagen as the glue that holds the body together. Without it, the body would, quite literally, fall apart. Possessing great tensile strength, collagen functions in a manner that is very different from many other types of proteins. For example, it can be found both inside and outside of cells. Collagen fibers are important in contributing to the external structure of cells. However, they are present on the inside of some cells as well.
Often, collagen is discussed in relation to the skin. It works with keratin to provide the skin with strength, flexibility, and resilience. As people age, however, collagen degradation occurs, leading to wrinkles. As such, it is an important substance for those looking for ways to fight the visible effects of aging on the skin. Some skincare professionals actually advise people on ways to stimulate the production of collagen in skin cells.