Electroporation

Electroporation was an important discovery of the last century, for which Peter Agre and Roderick MacKinnon were awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2003. As a result of specifically defined treatment by electrical current microscopic gaps are formed in the human skin cells– electropores, through which substances that were originally present on the surface of the skin can now enter into the deeper tissues and straight into the cells. Through this mechanism we can achieve much faster transportation of the active substances extracted from many medicinal herbs and applied to the skin surface, to the deeper structures. This immediately results in intensification and acceleration, and thus reduction of duration of the regeneration process.