MesoLift Pro



Microcurrent & Electroporation


Microcurrent allows for the repositioning of the facial muscles and the improvement of facial contours.

Electroporation is a non-invasive form of mesotherapy, allowing the non invasive penetration of concentrates and products into the skin, without the use of needles which are traditionally used. This means no downtime and your skin products will work harder.



Single Treatment £63

Course of 10 Treatments £567

Single Treatment + DermaluxLED £92

Course of 10 Treatments  £775


Dermalux Broadstairs


All about Microcurrent & Electroporation


How does Microcurrent work?

The Microcurrent application of this machine uses only one double headed probe in an upward stroking and holding movement, as opposed to the traditional two probe application of previous machines. This simplifies the application whilst giving an excellent result, reprogramming the muscle fibres as the electrical impulses produced by the equipment are compatible to the natural bio-electrical impulses produced by the body. This method has been successfully used for many years in the medical world to treat bell’s palsy, stroke victims and sports injuries.

How Does Electroporation Work?

Electroporation is a fairly recent addition to the beauty world, having been used in the medical profession for transdermal introduction of drugs into the system, stem cell and genetic research. It allows the introduction of products into the skin to great depth. The nature of the currents used in this treatment make the skin extremely receptive to concentrates. Ampoules, serums and even moisturisers can be introduced into the skin, however the depth of penetration will depend on the size of the molecule in the product.

What Results Can You Expect?


Commit to a course of 10 facials and achieve the best results possible. The rewards for your commitment could be as follows:

  • Muscle lifting and toning in the face and neck
  • Softened lines and wrinkles
  • Circulation improvement
  • Elasticity restoration in ageing skin
  • Delayed ageing process