Non-surgical facial tightening is one of the most popular aesthetics treatments, with demand for low risk and minimal downtime growing steadily. EnerJet Kinetic Facelift treatment is an ideal solution to meet this demand, and has been proven to deliver excellent results. Skin aging is a complex biological process influenced by combination of internal factors- genetics, cellular metabolism, hormone and metabolic processes, and external factors- chronic light exposure, pollution, ionizing radiation, chemicals, toxins. These factors all together lead to cumulative structural and physiological alterations and progressive changes in each skin layer as well as visual skin changes, especially on the sun-exposed skin areas. Highly wrinkled and dry substantially aged skin shows a thickened epidermis, mottled discoloration, laxity and dullness. Gradual loss of skin elasticity leads to the phenomenon of sagging. A marked loss of fibrillin-positive structures as well as a reduced content of collagen type VII (Col-7), may contribute to wrinkles by weakening the bond between dermis and epidermis of aged skin. The sparse distribution and decrease in collagen content in aged skin can be due to increased collagen degradation. In older skin, collagen looks irregular and disorganized; the ratio of Col-3, to Col-1 has been shown to increase, due, significantly, to a loss of Col-1. The overall collagen content per unit area of the skin surface is known to decline approximately 1% a year. The total hyaluronic acid (HA) level in the dermis of aged skin remains stable; however, epidermal HA diminishes markedly. Visual of aging of the entire face is associated with the impact of gravity, muscles action, loss of volume, diminishing and redistribution of superficial and deep fat, loss of bony skeleton support what all together lead to the face sagging, changes in shape and contour.
Jet Volumetric RemodelingTM powers the EnerJetTM. This needle-free proprietary technology simultaneously delivers kinetic energy and a healing compound with minimal epidermal damage, enabling a controlled deep injury profile effect for dermal remodeling. The combined effect of a controlled micro-trauma and suitable healing compounds for each indication induces collagen generation, creating thicker tissue and correcting skin imperfections for long-lasting aesthetic improvement. A powerful jet injection blasts compounds into the deeper layers of the skin, inducing a deep volumetric micro-trauma effect with an optimal spread of the material. The jet stream disperses the skin enhancing agent laterally, covering 100 times the area of one 32G needle’s entry point while leaving minimal signs on the outer layer of the skin. The synergy between two effects sets in motion a cascade healing processes, resulting in a natural healing and hydrating process that generates production of new collagen, ultimately generating skin thickening and tightening. EnerJet Kinetic Facelift works by accelerating a carrier fluid jet of high-mass molecules of hyaluronic acid (HA). Leveraging the power of HA, this triggers a cascade of wound healing, stimulating the subcutaneous tissues, including the Superficial Muscular Aponeurotic System (SMAS) and temporal fascia. EnerJet Kinetic Facelift stimulates the SMAS layer and induces tightening of the existing collagen, leading to an immediate effect of skin tightening, while generating new collagen for a long term effect of dermal thickening and reduction in the appearance of wrinkles. The treatment also stimulates facial muscles increasing circulation in the SMAS and facial muscle layer to improve muscle tone. In addition, this clinically proven non-thermal modality enables a ‘kinetic’ face-lift for improvement of Jawline contour, midface profile and nasolabial folds; lifting of the cheeks, jowls and brow; and tightening of the upper face, as well as improvement in skin quality and smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles. JVR technology provides immediate and long lasting results, minimal downtime, minimal pain and low risk of side effects such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH).