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Ultrapeel Pepita system

Pepita is the Ultrapeel unit modified for use by the Aesthetician who is certified and higly skilled to carry out a wide range of treatments safely and efficiently on a routine basis in the skin care clinics. A jet of microcrystals (corundum powder) is propelled across the skin's surface throug a sealed tubing system with a sterilizable handpiece which removes unwanted dead skin cells and scarred tissue.A continuous vacuum of microcrystal is formed (aspiration mode) The microcrystal are finally collected in a container that holds the waste materials. The real benefit is that after treatment, the patient/client is able to leave the clinic with a clean and fresh sparkling tone, due to regeneration of the epiderma cell structure. Safety is paramount, and therefore, all parts which come into conctact with the skin during therapy, are either disposable or sterilizable

Ultrapeel Crystal system

The Ultrapeel Crystal Unit is the medical version of the Ultrapeel tecnology. It is an innovative dermoabrader which is achieving major successes in dermatology, plastic and cosmetic surgery. This is a closed form of dermoabrasion that uses aspiration and compression modes to perform skin resurfacing with no risk of contamination. The procedure utilizes handpieces, that are sterilizable or disposable, which are placed on the skin surface.

How does Ultrapeel work?

The Ultrapeel system utilizes a flux of microcrystals corundum powder that is directed to the skin surface through a sealed tubing system with a dedicated handpiece. The microcrystal are finally collected in a container that holds the contaminated waste materials. The delivery kit is produced in Glass Pyrex material and is the only sterizable kit available on the market. It is also now available in plastic disposable bottles, which contain pre-packed corundum powder, which can be sterilized.

What can Ultrapeel treat?

  • Face and body peeling
  • Lined, wrinkled or sundamaged skins
  • Dull, congested, thick or blemished skins
  • Active acne
  • Scar revision
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Stretch marks
  • General dermabrasion
  • Tattoo removal

What is Microdermabrasion ?

Manual dermabrasion, chemical peelings and AHA's have been traditionally used to treat a range of skin abnormalities. These procedures are associated with restrictions and difficulties, and they can be painful, In addition, further treatments are not always immediately possible. With Ultrapeel™ microdermabrasion, the client's safety is ensured because all parts that come into contact with the skin during treatment can be sterilised via autoclave or heat sterilization. The hand pieces used in the actual abrasion are either sterilizable or disposable (see accessories).

How does Ultrapeel™ work?

The Ultrapeel™ system utilizes a flux of microcrystals corundum powder that is propelled at a high speed across the skin's surface to remove unwanted dead cells and scarred tissue. Using a disposable or sterilizable handpiece, the microcrystals are pushed through a sealed tubing system and are collected in a container that holds the abraded materials. The delivery kit is produced in glass pyrex materials and is the only sterilizable kit available in the market. It is now also available in plastic disposable bottles which contain pre-packed medical graded corundum powder which can be sterilized. For complete details on accessories and supplies please visit our accessories page.

What can Ultrapeel treat?

  • Face and body peeling
  • Lined, wrinkled or sun-damaged skins
  • Dull, congested, thick or blemished skins
  • Active acne
  • Scar revision
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Stretch marks
  • General smoothing of skin
  • Tattoo removal (some)
Acne and Acne Scarring
Before After
 
Wrinkles
Before After
 
Hyperpigmentation
Before After
 
Stretch marks After
Before After

What you expect after treatment

After the treatment, the skin may feel tight as if exposed to the sun or wind. Some skins may peel and it is important to use good moisturizers as advised by the therapist. If deeper treatment is performed, there will be marked hyperemia which will usually subside within a few days. When treating scar tissue or stretch marks there may be a slight blood spotting and some swelling may occur. Healing time varies from 3 to 4 days or longer, but the results are worthwhile and clients are greatly motivated to return for their next treatment.