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What does 'No needle' for EPOREX actually mean?


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Question: What does 'No needle' for EPOREX actually mean?

What does it actually mean when it says 'No Needles'?

How does it get into the skin?

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17th February 2021

Answer: Eporex™ seek to achieve the same aim as injection mesotherapy but look at ways to encourage the penetration of active ingredients, when applied topically to the skin, through the protective barrier layers of the skin’s surface using mild electrical currents to assist the transportation of the substance between the skin cells.

If you book an appointment in the clinic our doctors will fully explain the procedure to you.


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Mr Dan Huxley on 24th February 2021

We have appointment slots most Mondays and Thursdays.

Marsha Evans on 9th March 2021

Thank you for all your help.

Marsha Evans on 9th March 2021

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Dan Huxley on 9th March 2021

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Miss Danielle Lowe

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17th February 2021

Answer: Eporexis an electronic transdermal technology. Without the use of needles, it delivers the ingredients into the skin using an electrical current into the deepest layers of the skin .

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Marsha Evans on 24th February 2021

Thank you Danielle,

Can you tell me how long I would have to take off work after having the treatment?

Miss Danielle Lowe on 24th February 2021

Dear Marsha,
There is the possibility of an allergic reaction to one of the ingredients used which would become apparent immediately on application by the appearance of redness. Any likely candidate with a history of allergies is therefore advised to take a patch test before treatment.

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Mr Dan Huxley on 24th February 2021

Marsha,

Please contact me and I can help.

Marsha Evans on 9th March 2021

This is the comment email you will get through, can you check it please.

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