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Skin Treatment

Enerjet 2.0

Enerjet 2.0 is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment that remodels the deep layers of the skin. It is a sought after cosmetic skin procedure in the UK, with only a few clinics offering the second generation Enerjet treatment. 

2-6 months
1 year

Enerjet 2.0 Before and After 

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What is Enerjet 2.0? 

Enerjet 2.0 is a cosmetic treatment utilising an advanced energy-based technology called Jet Volumetric Remodelling (JVR). The Enerjet device uses kinetic energy to deliver healing compounds into the deep layers of the skin, which also makes it a needle-free procedure. 

The process of blasting compounds into the skin creates controlled micro-wounds on a targeted area of the skin which triggers the body’s production of collagen, a protein that regenerates and tightens the skin. In addition, the healing compounds that are delivered into the skin through the tiny entry point (about 200 microns) disperses into the deep layers of the skin and can cover 100 times the area of a needle entry point. The healing agents are designed to enhance skin hydration and stimulate the production of collagen. 

The combined effect of the kinetic energy and healing compounds makes Enerjet an advanced and unique technology for treating a variety of skin concerns.

Enerjet 2.0 Benefits

Treats Scars

Enerjet 2.0 is one of the most sought after scar treatments in the UK and can be used to treat different types of scars. The micro-wounds that are created on the targeted area of the skin by the kinetic energy triggers the body’s innate regenerative process which is further enhanced by the healing compounds that are delivered into the skin. 

In particular, Enerjet is used for treating tethered scars, where the scar tissue becomes attached to the deeper internal layers of the skin. Furthermore, Enerjet is also extremely effective at treating atrophic scars, which produce an indented appearance on the skin. The combination of healing compounds and pressure from the blast can help elevate these scars to produce an even skin texture.

Treats Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are a type of scarring that occurs internally as the skin stretches, which results in a form of scar tissue within the dermis (the skin layer beneath the skin’s outer surface). They are usually caused by weight gain, muscle gain, growth spurts and pregnancy. 

The Enerjet 2.0 technology that is designed to regenerate the dermal tissue has proven to be a highly effective treatment for older and deeper stretch marks. However, as with all other scar treatment technologies, you will not see immediate results, but a continued improvement over time which in some cases lasts up to 2 years. This is because the regeneration of skin cells is a slow process that takes 2-6 months to produce visible results.   

Treating stretch marks is a difficult process due to the way it forms inside the skin. For this reason, your doctor may combine Enerjet 2.0 with other technologies to improve stretch marks.

Hydrates and Remodels the Skin 

The healing compounds blasted into the skin include a substance called hyaluronic acid. It is known for its ability to retain water, which in turn will help hydrate and heal a targeted area of the skin. The hyaluronic acid that is blasted into the skin can help hydrate and thicken the dermal layer of the skin by upto 6mm. 

Simultaneously, the controlled trauma created by the kinetic energy will stimulate the skin’s production of collagen in order to remodel the skin. This process is particularly effective at treating deep wrinkles, skin dryness and other skin concerns that develop with age.

Enerjet 2.0 Price

Cost of the Enerjet treatment session varies depending on the size of the area being treated. You will be given the exact price of your cosmetic treatment following a consultation with your doctor. In general, prices in the UK usually start from £990.

Enerjet 2.0 Procedure 

Before the cosmetic procedure, a topical numbing cream will be applied onto the targeted area of the skin, thus making the treatment relatively painless. The Enerjet device contains a hand piece with an air jet that will be placed onto the targeted area of skin. 

Afterwards, your doctor will blast the healing compounds (which may include hyaluronic acid, toxins, and other substances) into the skin which will penetrate and disperse into the deeper dermal layers of the skin. The compounds will be blasted in one centimetre increments throughout the treated area.  

The duration of the cosmetic procedure will depend on the size of the area being treated. If needed, a numbing cream will be applied onto the area which takes around 30-45 minutes to take effect. In general, applying the Enerjet device to small areas of the skin usually requires around 5 minutes, while large areas may take up to an hour.

Enerjet 2.0 Recovery

You will be able to carry on with your normal daily routine immediately after treatment. However, you may notice white papules and slight swelling on the treated area of your skin which should dissipate within three hours of the cosmetic treatment. Furthermore, the tiny entry points created by the blast will turn into scabs that may be visible up to 14 days following the procedure. 

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How effective is Enerjet 2.0? 

Enerjet treatments deliver noticeable improvements to the tone and texture of the skin while significantly improving a range of skin concerns.

In particular, clinical studies have shown the Enerjet 2.0 technology to be highly effective at treating scars and stretchmarks. During your initial consultation, your doctor will determine if Enerjet is the most effective treatment for your skin concerns.

How many Enerjet treatments will I need? 

The number of cosmetic treatments required to achieve a desired result varies between each individual patient and will be determined during your consultation. In general, a protocol of three treatments spaced four weeks apart is usually recommended.

How long do Enerjet treatments last?

The number of cosmetic treatments required to achieve a desired result varies between each individual patient and will be determined during your consultation. In general, a protocol of three treatments spaced four weeks apart is usually recommended.

Is Enerjet 2.0 better than laser skin resurfacing treatments?

While both the enerjet and laser skin resurfacing treatments can treat scars and signs of ageing, there are a few significant differences between the two cosmetic treatments:
– Enerjet treatments are designed to remodel the deeper layers of the skin, while laser treatments only treat the surface layers. 
– Unlike the Enerjet device, the CO2 laser used for skin resurfacing uses thermal heat which carries a small risk of burns and pigmentation. 
– Enerjet is suitable for all skin tones, whereas laser treatments are only suitable for fair skin due to the minimal risk of burns and hyperpigmentation that can result. 
– The CO2 laser has a longer downtime in comparison to the Enerjet treatment which has a minimal downtime.

Can Enerjet 2.0 treat acne scars?

Enerjet is recommended as a cosmetic treatment for deep acne scars, specifically ice pick and boxcar scars. This is because of its ability to both regenerate the skin and thicken the dermal layer. Visit our Cosmetic Treatments for Acne Scars blog for more information on the different treatment options for acne scars.

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