The CooLifting gun shoots on the skin a strong CO2 flow, combining an extremely high concentration of atomized actives at a very high pressure and low temperature.
The cold CO2 flow and the atomized actives combined with the high application pressure, causes:
- Paradoxical vessel-motricity: blood vessels constrictions followed by blood vessels dilatations of the blood micro-circulation. By suffering a strong cold stimulus, the blood vessels alternatively constrict and expand to counter it.
- Cryophoresis and barophoresis: multiplication of the Coolifting active by cold and pressure. The combination of cold with the high pressure applied on the epidermis causes a strong penetration of the Coolifting actives and an exponential increase of its effects.
- Thermal shock: stimulation of the underlying tissues. Those tissues are normally at a temperature of some 36ºC (97ºF). Upon experiencing a sudden drop of temperature, it causes a deep and instantaneous dermis reaction.