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EFFECTIVE OF ION TRANSFER TECHNOLOGY IN TREATING SOME SKIN DISEASES

Ion transfer technology (iontophoresis): is a technology that uses direct current to transport drugs through the skin, has the effect of increasing drug absorption efficiency up to 90% through three main mechanisms:

+ The charged solute is firstly transported by electric repulsion from the electrodes.

+ Electric current increases the permeability of the epidermis with the substance.

+ Electro-osmosis allows transport of non-ionized molecules and peptides.

Acthyderm machine with ion transfer technology (Iontophoresis)

This is a modern technology, replacing the old techniques such as massage or masking. This technology has been successfully used for many conditions including:

+ Acne

+ Atopic dermatitis, Seborrheic dermatitis, contact dermatitis

+ Hyperpigmentation, melasma, post inflammation hyperpigmentation

+ Skin rejuvenation: wrinkle removal, facelift, neck and anti-aging skin

+ Reduce fat, cellulite

ION TRANSFER TECHNOLOGY  (Iontophoresis)

As one of the leaders in the application of ion transfer electricity technology in Vietnam, the Department of Research and Application of Stem Cell Technology –  located on 9th Floor, National hospital of Dermatology and Venereology has successfully treated these diseases and is a trusted address for many aesthetic customers. Each customer coming to the department will go through the following steps:

Step 1: The doctor will examine and analyze the facial skin with a facial scanner, evaluate the skin type and cosmetic diseases (skin aging, scars, acne …)

Step 2: Clean with specialized products, suitable for each skin type, without irritation

Step 3: Intensive treatment with ion transfer technology (iontophoresis). Depending on the skin condition analyzed in step 1, select the appropriate iontophoresis product.

Step 4: Skincare with specialized products, increase moisture, help regenerate and restore skin after the procedure

Any questions please send to one of the following addresses:

+ Department phone number: 043 573 9298

+ Customer care department – National hospital of Dermatology and Venereology: 1900 6951

Author: Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Cuc

Publisher: Social Work Department