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What IS Electroporation or Virtual Mesotherapy?

Pain-free, non-invasive, no downtime and up to 84% more effective* than the topical application of active ingredients; what’s not to love? Virtual mesotherapy is a relatively new technology, but it is already making waves (or micro-currents) in the industry. We’re here to explain why. 

Virtual mesotherapy is a type of mesotherapy that does not require the use of needles. It is an alternative to traditional mesotherapy that uses low or medium frequency currents to open the pores and facilitate the penetration of active ingredients.

It is called virtual because through non-invasive techniques, it allows products to be introduced into the dermis without the need for injections.

With it, the same results are achieved as with conventional mesotherapy, such as LipoDissolve & Kabeline injections, but without bruising, needles and without risks. It has no side effects and there are no risks of burns, pain, inflammation or infections.

Classified by the FDA as an alternative to conventional mesotherapy, virtual mesotherapy achieves the same fantastic results as mesotherapy without the pain or discomfort. It works by injecting plant extracts, vitamins, enzymes, stem cells and other revolutionary active ingredients into subcutaneous skin, while electroporation technology simultaneously changes the permeability of skin tissue by breaking the cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) with micro-currents. This creates a reversible lipid bilateral aqueous channel, allowing product to be introduced and absorbed into the skin’s dermis layer.


In normal English? Virtual mesotherapy allows wonderful, impactful active ingredients to penetrate the skin in a way you could not achieve topically, creating far superior results with the same products.


Virtual Mesotherapy is used to:

  • remove fat in areas like the stomach, thighs, buttocks, hips, legs, arms, and face

  • reduce cellulite

  • fade wrinkles and lines

  • tighten loose skin

  • recontour the body

  • lighten pigmented skin

  • treat alopecia, a condition that causes hair loss

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