Research article of International Journal of Aesthetic Medicine and Health
Clinical Study of Anti-aging Effect of Sequential Applications of Biositmulating Peeling Device and Booster Injections
Irina Poleva, MD
Scuola di Scienze del Farmaco e dei Prodotti della Salute, UNICAM, Camerino, Italy
Background: The global request for the minimally invasive treatments lowering down ageing process grows. The author conducted a study introducing a new approach in this field.
Objective: The aim of the study was to evaluate, using 3D photosystem the effect of the sequential applications of biostimulating peeling device and booster injections in facial rejuvenation.
Patients and methods: The protocol consists in the sequential application of a special peeling solution with an innovative formulation following by intradermal injections of a booster solution on 10 healthy volunteers (mean age 52) once a week for 6 weeks (one week peeling, one week booster).
After 8 weeks of treatment objective evaluation was made using 3D photosystem with considerations of wrinkles, pores and uniformity of the skin.
Results: The treatment protocol was found by patients not painful, pleasurable with no downtime. No side effects were reported during or after study conclusion.
All parameters (wrinkles, pores, skin uniformity) improved 8 weeks after the protocol administration.
The improvement of pore condition from T1 (score 3,37) to T2 (score 4,57) was 1,2 points, wrinkle condition from T1 (3,47) to T2 (5,93) was 2,46 points, uniformity of the skin from T1 (2,53) to T1 (4,03) was 1,5 points. The average improvement from T1 (3,12) to T2 (4,85) was 1,73 points.
Keywords: anti-aging, biostimulation, peeling, skin booster, rejuvenation
How to cite this article:
Irina Poleva. Clinical Study of Anti-aging Effect of Sequential Applications of Biositmulating Peeling Device and Booster Injections. International Journal of Aesthetic Medicine and Health, 2020, 3:7. DOI: 10.28933/ijamh-2020-06-0705
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