Treatments in aesthetic medicine, dermatology, aesthetic dermatology and plastic surgery can all result in skin trauma, to a greater or lesser extent, which in turn requires proper post-treatment care.
Factors influencing post-treatment recovery:
UV / cigarette / smoking / diet
Hypoxia (oxygen deficiency)
capillary degeneration / diet / lack of exercice / UV
UV / diet / systemic / inflammation
UV / enviromental pollution
Over time and due to ageing, an excess of free radicals and other reactive oxygen species (ROS) as well as insufficient oxygen supply caused by reduced blood flow, all contribute to disruption of the healing process. This condition also causes prolonged inflammation, which slows down wound healing. Therefore anything that can improve wound healing is beneficiary.
Taking care of nutition management at a cellular level and increasing the availability of oxygen prior to a procedure can enhance the processes of tissue regeneration.
Skin health benefits of esthechoc
Through a super-addictive combination of two active ingredients (astaxanthin and epicatechins) and unique technology which increases the bioavailability of these substances, esthechoc is proven to have a positive effect on skin metabolism. Through reducing free radicals and increasing tissue oxygenation, esthechoc promotes optimal recovery from any intervention in plastic surgery. As a result of this influence on skin metabolism it is possible to observe a reduction in skin reddening and oedema after treatment and during recovery
It is clinically proven that esthechoc:
- Reduces the level of oxidative stress marker (MDA) by 72%*
- Improves skin tissue oxygen saturation by 59%
esthechoc is proven to be effective nutraceutical which can be successfully used as a perioperative food supplement and prior and/or past any procedure where optimal regeneration and wound healing is required.
* 4-weeks double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial at Lycotec Ltd., Cambridge, UK.
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