Dermatude, Meta Therapy is a blood free, non -surgical and painless face lift alternative direct from Holland and now available at Chic Enhancements. Meta Therapy helps the skin to become firmer and regain its elasticity while fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced, pores become finer. Circulation is stimulated and the overall condition of the skin improves.
Meta Therapy combines both aspects: natural skin improvement from the inside out and externally applied active ingredients by means of special serums. These serums called subjectables contain Vitamins A, C & E plus hyaluronic acid and enter the top layer of the skin through ultra-thin needles creating painless, micro perforations in the skin.
The facial treatment is performed by professional beauty specialists on the entire face, neck, décolleté or specific areas for overall skin rejuvenation. The skin will get a better structure, finer pores, more firmness, elasticity and youthful appearance. The facial treatment starts with a course of four weekly treatments, then, the treatment is reduced to one treatment every 2 weeks for 2 months. Subsequently, 1 treatment every 2 to 3 months, sufficient to retain the result. The full facial treatment takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes.
Treatment price £50
Neck or Chest add an extra £15
Book a Course of 4 Treatments for £180
For more information or to book a treatment, contact Karen on 0142238326
Q & A
1. What about the recovery period of my skin and wearing make-up?
Meta Therapy allows you to enjoy the benefits and results of a combination of deep treatment methods. Other deep treatments require a considerable recovery period for your skin. Contrary to other treatments, Meta Therapy does not affect the skin’s protective barrier. After the treatment the skin may show some redness, but this will reduce in a matter of hours. You will be able to get back to your daily activities immediately after the treatment and wear make-up the following day.
2. Which areas may be treated with Meta Therapy?
You can opt for skin improvement and anti-aging of the whole face, neck and/or neckline, as well as targeted treatments of specific areas and specific during the initial course, clients will see a significant improvement in skin. Subsequently the treatment frequency is reduced to one treatment every two weeks or your treatments spread over two months. If the desired result is achieved, a periodical maintenance treatment is required to maintain the achieved result. Immediately after the treatment the skin can show some redness, which will disappear within a couple of hours. The client is allowed to wear make-up the next day and can resume the daily activities without any restrictions
3. What will be the treatment interval?
Meta Therapy starts with a course of 4 weekly treatments. Then, the treatment reduced to one treatment every 2 weeks for 2 months. Subsequently, 1 treatment every 2 to 3 months, sufficient to retain the result. The full facial treatment takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes.
4. What are the differences between a Needle Roller and Meta Therapy?
A needle roller is a cylinder with needles that is rolled over the skin. The face is not a flat plane, but contains areas that are rounded and curved. Therefore, not all needles of the roller penetrate the skin to the same depth. Another factor to take into account is how hard the roller is pressed. When too much pressure is applied, the needles penetrate too deeply, which may result in scar tissue and skin rigidity. But if not enough pressure is applied, the injections are too shallow to work properly. A needle roller also makes significantly fewer micro-perforations due to the limited number of needles. In addition, it is not possible to use it for the targeted treatment of specific wrinkles.
5. What are the differences between Meso Therapy and Meta Therapy?
Deep treatments have a more intensive effect and produce better results than surface treatments. Meso Therapy is a procedure that requires only one needle. The injections with the active ingredients are administered in specific areas, but the distance and depth of the injections cannot be controlled. Because of the larger distance and limited number of injections, Meso Therapy does not activate the natural cell regeneration of the skin. Neither does it activate the production of collagen and elastin.
6. Why should I choose Meta Therapy instead of Needle Roller?
Meta Therapy belongs to the category of deep treatments and combines all the advantages of the different treatments in one technique. The added bonus of Meta Therapy is that the application of active ingredients is combined with the natural cell regeneration of the skin. The complete skin is painlessly treated with 18 micro needles which are inserted into the skin at high speed, making on average 1800 perforations per second. This means no part of the skin is left untouched. Thanks to the ultra-precise depth adjustment, Meta Therapy always reaches the right cell layers in the skin.
7. What are the differences between Micro Needling and Meta Therapy?
The drive of the needle injections is essential for an optimal result. The pen of fractional needling has an analogue drive. There are no corrections of the needle frequency caused by the resistance of the skin, which results in irregular perforations in different skin zones. Also the perforation density is important. Micro needling has needle tips with less needles which give a low density of perforations. The needles do not have a needle guidance, so the needles have sideward fluctuations or even bend which causes skin trauma. Therefore the perforations are very inaccurate.
8. Why is the right needle length so important?
The right needle length is very important for the optimal effect. Meta Therapy perforates the basal cell layer into the upper layer of the dermis, which when activated, enhances the production of collagen and elastin without risk on the development of subcutaneous scar tissue. Therefore Meta Therapy is much more effective, safer and there are no unwanted effects with repeated applications on short or long term.
Most micro-needling techniques for anti-ageing facial treatments use needles that are too long to perforate the deeper layer of the dermis. You will face a risk of irreparable subcutaneous damage, similar to scar formation with 2nd degree skin burns. The skin then becomes stiff and hardens by loss of elasticity.
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