Collagen boost for younger-looking skin with Zemits CrystalFrax Pro
As a vital protein within the human body, collagen collaborates with elastin to establish a powerful synergy that enhances the skin's strength. Serving as a foundational element for muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue, collagen constitutes approximately 30% of the overall protein content in our bodies. It belongs to a diverse family of proteins, with researchers having identified at least 28 distinct types of collagen within the human body. These various collagen types exhibit unique structural and functional traits distributed across diverse tissues throughout the body.
Numerous studies have established that as we age, our collagen production experiences an annual decline of approximately 1% starting in our 20s. This decline manifests in various ways, contributing to the prevalent signs of ageing, including wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, dryness, and dullness.
The impact of collagen on ageing signs is multi-faceted, and here are several key ways in which it influences them:
Wrinkles and Fine Lines:
Collagen is integral to maintaining the skin's firmness and smooth texture. The reduction in collagen levels diminishes the skin's elasticity, making it more susceptible to the formation of wrinkles and fine lines. These ageing indicators are particularly noticeable in sun-exposed regions like the face, neck, and hands.
The loss of collagen is a significant contributor to skin laxity and sagging. Weakening collagen fibres impair the skin's ability to bounce back, resulting in a less taut and toned appearance.
Dryness and Dullness:
Collagen is involved in preserving skin hydration by aiding in moisture retention. As collagen levels decline with age, the skin's capacity to retain moisture diminishes, leading to dryness and a lacklustre complexion.
Thinning of the Skin:
Collagen provides essential structural support to the epidermis, the outer layer of the skin. The decline in collagen levels results in thinner and more fragile skin, rendering it more prone to damage, bruising, and tearing.
Fractional RF Treatment is an advanced radiofrequency (RF) aesthetic procedure designed to stimulate and regenerate collagen through a controlled thermal damage mechanism, promoting a wound-healing response. The Zemits fractional needles RF technology, exemplified by the cutting-edge CrystalFrax, delivers effective collagen-inducing treatments that plump, tone, and rejuvenate the skin.
This technology harnesses the power of controlled thermal damage by heating existing collagen in the dermal tissue.
The process triggers a wound-healing response, stimulating fibroblast action and promoting the production of new collagen while reducing the spaces between the fibres. The critical temperature for cell denaturation is reached at approximately 40-43 degrees, initiating an inflammatory response that contributes to collagen regeneration.
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One of the key advantages of Zemits CrystalFrax is its ability to facilitate deep skin rejuvenation without affecting the entire skin surface. The technology employs multiple smooth RF pins to create thermal stress in microscopic targeted zones within the dermis. This precision allows for effective treatment with minimal impact on surrounding tissues.
Compared to traditional bipolar RF technology, Zemits CrystalFrax delivers RF energy in pulsating and continuous modes in a more precise section of the skin for better results within a much shorter treatment session.
- Treatment is painless and non-invasive, with no downtime and few contradictions.
- Short treatment sessions for more appointments and profit
- Three interchangeable heads for various zones of the face and body.
Incorporating collagen treatment into your beauty menu will benefit your clients and help boost your profit. With a wide range of interested audiences of all genders and skin types, such treatment will be in demand, securing bookings as the technology requires a minimum of 6 treatments for best results.