Vitamin A Information:
Vitamin A 2ml ampoule
Vitamin A or Retinol works as an antioxidant for the skin, disarming free
radicals that cause tissue and cell damage. Wrinkles and lines are gradually
smoothed, moisture and elasticity improved, the complexion glows and sun damage
is diminished. Vitamin A increases the skinís cell turnover, while also boosting
collagen, resulting in a more youthful overall appearance.
As well as working to diminish stretch marks, Vitamin A assists the skinís
natural healing processes. This vitamin and its derivatives have displayed
beneficial effects in controlling acne and in reversing skin damage caused by
Vitamin A plays an important role in RNA synthesis which
pro- duces new and healthy cells in skin. The epidermis
is especially sensitive to vitamin A deficiencies since
its basal layer continually generates new cells that
keratinize and become the horny layer, the protective
barrier. As a result of deficiencies, these cells
prematurely die, harden, and plug the oil sacs and
pores. Retinol exfoliates and unclogs pores; it acts on
skin's density and suppleness by regulating keratinizing
and healing process.
It helps to restore damaged
skin and improve the condition of rough and dry skin or
skin with abnormal keratinization. This effect is based
upon the action that vitamin A carries out on the basal
stratum of the epidermis. Indeed, various studies have
shown that applying the vitamin A locally achieves an
increase in the mitotic activity of about 30%. By
increasing cell turnover, dull surface cells are shed
Vitamin A and its derivatives also
have shown beneficial effects in controlling acne,
psoriasis, neoplastic processes, and most recently,
reversal in extrinsically aged skin.
For professional and
experienced training in mesotherapy only.
Administration: Transdermal with
virtual mesotherapy (electroporation, iontoforesis) or
with superficial subcutaneous micro injections or with
Derma Roller. Administering superficial subcutaneous
micro injections or by traditional mesotherapy method
depends on the legislation of each country and has to be
performed by medically trained staff.