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Iontophoresis Anti-aging Solution I ROCKET GROUP 2011. January, by Jason A. Choi firstname.lastname@example.org / +82-2-3451-5794
Rocket Group EstablishedApril, 1946 ChairmanJongsung Kim Employees350 Capital$17 Million ListedKOSPI, 1988 Head OfficeSeoul, Korea FactoryGwangju Korea, Ochang Korea, Thailand, China Parent CompanyRocket Electric Subsidiary CompanyRocket ENT, Rocket DNS, Rocket US, Rocket Polnad Rocket Thai, E Square Technology, Ximen Sunlight Battery Brach OfficeTokyo Japan, Shanghai China, Victoria Australia Rocket Electric has been recognized as one of the top high-tech thin film battery manufacturers with solid financials, technology and quality control system. 2009 marks Rocket’s entry into the international cosmetics market. Rocket aims to become the world no.1 company in thin battery field by 2015. Rocket Electric is positioned for international growth in the areas of functional cosmetics patches, therapeutic patches and slimming patches. Rocket Electric ensures the uniformity of the patches with over 65 years quality control experience for global leading companies.
Iontophoresis Mechanism Iontophoresis is the ability of an electric current to cause charges particles to move. Iontophoresis delivers medication transdermally (both locally and systemically) using electric current to ionize drug molecules and propel them through the skin. In a patch form, two adjacent electrodes set up an electrical potential to drive charged compounds through the skin. This is particularly important for the transdermal delivery of peptides and oligonucleotides due to the polar groups associated with these molecules. The real attraction of iontophoresis is that is does not rely on a concentration gradient and is not affected by individual differences in skin permeability. The technology also has the potential to deliver pulses, for example, hormonal treatments, simply by switching the current on or off.
Key Features & Structure Cutting-Edge Technology : International patent applied Most Effective Mothoed : Reduce wrinkles up to 80% Instant Effect : Visual Difference in 1 hour Safe : Will pass RIPT(Repeated Insult Patch Test) in Feb. 2011 by FDA authorized Lab. Environment-Friendly : No toxic, no heavy metal, no over-heating, no explosive materials (The design & size of eye patch can be customized)
12 Active Ingredients (i) Allantoin Allantoin is a healing, moisturizing, soothing and anti-irritating, keratolytic and non-toxic agent useful in dermatological, cosmetic and veterinary preparation. Allantoin is a valuable cell-proliferating healing agent which stimulates healthy tissue formation. Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate The potassium salt of glycyrrhizic acid, also known as licorice root, dipotassium glycyrrhizate is an excellent skin lightener and brightener. Arginine classified as a semiessential or conditionally essential amino acid, Arginine quicken the repair time of damaged cells. Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid) Sodium Hyaluronate plays a fundamental role in tissue repair processes by stabilizing the coagulation matrix and controlling its degradation, favoring the recruitment of inflammatory cells. Adenosine Adenosine advantageously allows for the enhancement of the skin condition. This results in skin that shows a less wrinkled, rough, or dry complexion. Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extracts reduce redness and suppress skin inflammation and irritation while providing powerful antioxidant properties that help protect cells from free radical damage initiated by environmental factors.
12 Active Ingredients (ii) EGF (Human Oligopeptide-1) One of the important growth factors in human body, it can accelerate DNA replications and the growth of the cells. It reduces the wrinkles. Soluble Collagen Collagen is the main protein of connective tissue. It is one of the support proteins, providing skin with appropriate tightness, moisturisation, springiness, elasticity and suppleness. Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Extract Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Extract containing 15% salicylic acid, will decrease inflammation, increase skin cells turnover, prevent pore clogging and kill propionibacterium acnes. Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract Gingko biloba helps to increase circulation, prevent capillary fragility and helps to boost collagen formation and create fibroblast, which makes it ideal to use in rejuvenating skin care products. Bacillus/Soybean Ferment Extract Bacillus/Soybean Ferment Extract forms the visco-elastic film on the skin providing proven skin-smoothing properties. It is a natural moisturizing factor, having a high capacity of moisture retention. Aids recovery of skin damage and irritation. Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwi) Fruit Extract Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwi) Fruit Extract stimulating effects on cell proliferation via enhanced growth factor receptors, energy production, and collagen synthesis of human keratinocytes, fibroblasts, and skin equivalents.
Treatment Mechanism 1. Iontophoresis patch applied conjunction with anti-aging serum: Self-activates 2. Micro-current pushed ionized active ingredients deep & fast onto the skin EG) Positively(+) ionized active ingredients repelled by anode(+). 3. Enhance delivery of active ingredients Enhance delivery of active ingredients onto dermis
Micro-Current Analysis 0 ㎂ / ㎠ 2 ㎂ / ㎠ 5 ㎂ / ㎠ 15 ㎂ / ㎠ 25 ㎂ / ㎠ When micro-current is too little, active ingredients can not be delivered onto dermis When micro-durrent is more than 5 ㎂ / ㎠, active ingredients are delivered onto dermis When micro-current is too much, the skin might be Damaged by burn. Stratum Corneum Stratum Lucidum Stratum Granulsum Stratum Spinosum Stratum Basale Dermis
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