Gen Factor pH acids

Gen Factor pH acids

Gen Factor pH acids

Gen Factor are innovative tissue engineering products used in medicine and cellular cosmetology. This is a new dimension of salon care created for deep skin problems. These products, colloquially called acids, are not intended to exfoliate the top layers of the epidermis but to regulate the pH of the skin to initiate a series of biochemical reactions. Thanks to the appropriate signaling, it is possible to control the cellular response and obtain the desired effects, e.g., reduce inflammation, inhibit the production of dark dyes, regulate the keratinization process, etc.

Individual monoacids are characterized by an appropriate concentration, pH, and properties.

Nicotinic acid

concentration 30% pH 6 – 7

It has the effect of lightening discoloration, has unique anti-itching properties, and soothes skin inflammation. It works well with rosacea, atopic skin; it also reduces sebum secretion and has a moisturizing effect. Nicotinic acid improves the skin’s barrier functions by reducing transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and increasing skin hydration. It stimulates the synthesis of ceramides and accelerates the processes of keratinocyte differentiation. It has a conditioning effect on the skin and hair – it softens, smoothes, and gives them elasticity.
Nicotinic acid is also very effective in combating discoloration. It silences the expression of keratinocytes, the stimulation of which leads to the formation of an adrenergic factor that binds to adrenergic receptors on melanocytes and leads to melanin formation.

Rosmarinic acid

concentration 5% pH 4 – 5

It has a strong antibacterial effect and works excellent with acne-prone skin (acne vulgaris and rosacea), also in the active phase. It reduces inflammations and accelerates healing. Rosmarinic acid removes impurities and helps to cleanse the enlarged pores. Moreover, it has anti-seborrheic properties – inhibits excessive sebum secretion. This acid brightens skin and regulates cell renewal. It inhibits the biosynthesis of enzymes (hyaluronidase, beta-hexosaminidase) that degrades hyaluronic acid. In addition, rosemary acid is characterized by effects: antiproliferative, antiallergic, antihormonal, antiviral (herpes simplex virus HSV-1), and stabilizing biological membranes.

Caffeic acid

concentration 5% pH 4 – 5

Perfect for the care of discolorated skin. Effectively inhibits the activity of the enzyme that stimulates the production of melanin, thus preventing discoloration. In addition, it brightens existing discoloration and evens out the skin tone. Caffeic acid is a strong antioxidant. Neutralizes free radicals that contribute to premature skin aging (skin density loss, wrinkles). Supports the biological defense of macromolecules (including DNA, proteins, lipids) against free radical activity by supporting the work of antioxidant enzymes (SOD superoxide dismutase and CAT catalase). This acid also protects against skin damage caused by UVA and UVB radiation. It has a sebostatic, anti-inflammatory, and dermatosis-fighting effect, such as scabies, tissue necrosis, and skin cancer.

Humic acid

concentration 15% pH <9 – 10

concentration 25% pH> 9 – 10

It is an inhibitor of hyaluronidase – an enzyme that degrades hyaluronic acid in our skin. Participates in detoxification processes, facilitating the removal of toxins from the body. It has skin-cleansing properties, thanks to which it increases the absorption of active substances. It stimulates skin microcirculation. The humic acid gets rid of enlarged pores and improves the skin’s hydration and nourishment. It also has antifungal and anti-yeast properties. It has a strong antibacterial and antiviral effect, stimulating the response against:

  • Staphylococcus aureus (golden staph)
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa (blue oil rod)
  • Escherichia coli (colon bacillus)
  • Klebsiella pneumonice (bacillus pneumonia)
  • Herpes simplex (herpes simplex)

What else is humic acid good at?
In reducing discoloration through:

  1. stabilizing the dopachrome tautomerase (DCT) response, which is a factor that catalyzes the process of melanogenesis,
  2. blocking / stabilizing the response of alpha-2 adrenergic receptors located in the cell membrane of melanocytes, which, by binding to the adrenergic factor, lead to the synthesis of melanin

Centella Asiatica complex

concentration 1% pH 3,75

The complex, which includes asiatic acid, asiaticoside, and madecassic acid, has a number of properties. It stimulates the formation of hyaluronic acid, elastin, and various types of collagen. Moreover, Centella Asiatica complex supports angiogenesis, the formation of new capillaries, and strengthens vessels. It also increases microcirculation.

Especially for:

  • Skin with stretch marks and scarring
  • Acne and blemish skin
  • Swollen skin and cellulit
  • hair loss and weak hair

Procatechic acid

concentration 4% pH 4.19

Prokatechic acid has bacteriostatic properties (C.acnes). It inhibits the formation of structural and physiological changes such as wrinkles, sagging, roughness, loss of density. Moreover it has antifibrotic and photoprotective properties against UVA. Procatechic acid stimulates the synthesis of the vital antioxidant of our body – glutathione.

The product is recommended especially for:

  • Scars
  • Post – acne skin
  • Aging skin (including photoaging)
  • Skin under severe stress

Procatechuic acid special properties:

  • It inhibits necrosis
  • It stimulates nerve paralysis
  • It inhibits fibroma and scarring processes

Madecassaic acid

concentration 2% pH 4.25

Madecassaic acid has anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling properties. It supports granulation tissue and epithelialization. Moreover it has collagen-forming and elastin-forming properties. Inhibits the breakdown of collagen in severe inflammation (e.g. severe acne)

The product is recommended especially for:

  • Damaged, scarring skin
  • skin with Acne
  • Couperose skin
  • Cellulite

Madecasseic acid special properties:

  • Promotes healing and closure of wounds (e.g. acne)
  • Stimulates the reconstruction of the skin matrix
  • It complements the defects in the structure of the matrix, e.g. cellulite

What makes Gen Factor monoacids therapy unique?

  • Acids are enclosed in violet glass (biophotonic glass) – this dark violet glass has a beneficial effect on the acids inside. Makes the product properly preserved and maintains their durability and quality. Biophotonic glass does not transmit visible light, which is responsible for the decomposition of living organisms, while it transmits violet and infrared radiation, which have a positive effect on the properties of acids.
  • Mono acids can be individually composed to the needs of the skin. Thanks to the wide properties of pH products, it is possible to treat virtually any type of skin, including highly problematic skin, e.g., atopy, psoriasis, acne in the active phase, discoloration, etc.
  • Thanks to the patented formula, pH products penetrate deep into the skin, some even into the fascia, making them highly effective.
  • At the same time, Gen Factor acid therapy is non-invasive and does not require convalescence.
  • The main task of acids is not to exfoliate and degrade the epidermis, which is popular in most professional treatments, but to regulate communication pathways between skin cells. These products are designed to rebuild the skin’s barrier and create an environment promoting natural microbiota restoration.
  • The effects obtained with the Gen Factor pH therapy last much longer than with traditional acid treatments.

How is the procedure going?

Depending on the skin problem, therapy with a combination of two, three, or four acids is selected. Products are not applied together but in the proper sequence and at appropriate intervals.
The treatment ends with the application of Gen Factor Hydro adjusted to skin needs (more about Hydro preparations in the next post).
The combination of the pH and Hydro lines guarantees spectacular and long-lasting effects.

What are the contraindications for treatments using Gen Factor pH?

  • Pregnancy and lactation period
  • Active skin inflammations, infections (apart from active acne or rosacea, which can be treated)
  • Allergy to any ingredients of the products
  • Therapy with vitamin A derivatives and antibiotic therapy – up to 6 months after the end of therapy
  • The use of steroid drugs
  • Keloids tendency
  • Surgical procedures performed within the treatment area – up to 3 months
  • Cancers and chemotherapy
  • Autoimmune diseases (e.g., sclerosis, sclerosis multiplex)
  • Fresh tan
  • Fresh permanent makeup

The number of treatments is adjusted to the skin’s reaction to the pH products. The therapy can be modified with each subsequent treatment to obtain the best results. Usually, but not always, the therapy consists of 4 to 10 treatments.

How often should treatments be performed?

The frequency of treatments is also dictated by the individual response to the treatment. Usually, but not always, it is approximately 14 days.

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