The aesthetician makes a diagnosis of the skin and determines a personalized protocol for each patient.
She removes make-up from the face and then applies a gentle peel that cleanses all the impurities from the skin so that she can then work on healthy skin.
A Softmesology® session lasts thirty to sixty minutes and consists of three steps: infusion, fixation and stimulation of the serums.
A treatment consists of four sessions spaced a week apart.
Microphoresis + Electrophoresis: infusion of the serums
Using a needle-free gun that sends two painless microcurrents (microphoresis), the beautician infuses the serums into the deep layers of the skin without breaking into the skin.
- Serums to rejuvenate : The active ingredients contain apple stem cells, growth factors enriched with adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and hyaluronic acid.
- Serum for oily skin: Anti-bacterial active ingredients regulate sebaceous production.
Then, the beautician applies a cocktail of 41 active ingredients (vitamins and antioxidants) to the face using a brush. Then, she passes a nozzle over the skin which diffuses a painless micro-current (electrophoresis) and opens ephemeral pores to make the large molecules pass into the dermis. The forehead and crow’s feet are worked in small circular gestures as well as problem areas.
Cryotherapy: serum fixation
The beautician then uses a handpiece that sends cold. Beyond the well-being effect on the skin, cryotherapy stimulates blood and lymphatic micro-circulation and keeps the active ingredients in the dermis longer.
Luminotherapy: the stimulation of serums
The beautician positions a panel of 471 LEDs on the face for ten minutes. The light increases the production of ATP by the mitochondria, the cell’s energy source. The red colour, for example, promotes micro-circulation, reduces fine lines and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin.
The beautician ends the session by massaging the face and then applying a moisturizing mask.