Kalium offers novel skin treatment
Dubai, March 9, 2008
Dubai-based Kalium Group of Companies, are set to introduce a revolutionary TMT skin treatment in the Middle East.
Kalium group is one of the fastest growing distributors of advanced medical equipment, skin care products and aesthetic devices in the Middle East region.
The revolutionary TMT (transcutaneous mesodermic therapy) system is an innovative, non-invasive and relatively painless treatment that simply re-establishes natural functions of the skin by using electromagnetic waves which acts on the epidermal fats and increases the permeability of your skin, said a comopany official.
'This, in layman’s terms, makes your skin more receptive to cosmetic treatment and thereby increasing the effectiveness of the ensuing skin treatment you choose. It is compatible with any skin type, enhancing its universal appeal,' he explained.
The group has become the sole distributors of the unique TMT skin treatment system in the region.
TMT is the result of three years of meticulous research and development by the word-renowned Mesoestetic laboratory, a leader in the field of medical cosmetology headquartered in Barcelona with a presence in over 30 countries, he added.
The treatment produces spectacular results with no surgery, no injections, almost no side effects and, making it more popular with users across the globe.
It reinforces the natural functions of the skin by applying the active ingredients safely through a roll-on system that transfers brief electrical impulses over the cells and tissues. This makes your skin younger, fresher and more receptive to treatment than ever before.
The TMT system presents five advanced medical cosmetic treatments to suit one's specific needs, namely the anticellulite program, the localised anticellulite program, the antistretch marks program, the antiflacidity program and the antiaging program.-TradeArabia News Service
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