ECM SERIES

ECM secret weapon

A new weapon
against skin sagging

To improve face oval,
skin texture and cohesion

Remarkable innovation: anti-gravity effect!
REAL RESULTS - from DERMEDICS™


ECM SERIES from DERMEDICS™ is a collection of professional dermocosmetics designed for intensive anti-aging procedures targeted on skin re-densifying which in ultimately leads to visible lifting and jaw line shaping - contouring effect.

ECM SERIES stimulates elastin synthesis as well as it favours a correct and functional elastic fibre architecture by inducing the most important elements involved in tissue structure.

Thanks to its properties ECM SERIES is recommended to treat all skin areas with visible losses in skin's structure and its cohesion on face and neck which lead to the creation of deep furrows, very deep wrinkles and sagging skin (lack of firmness and elasticity).

Unique properties of products allow them to be effective also in reduction of the appearance of stretch marks and scars (including post-acne scars).

ECM = acronym from: Extra-Cellular Matrix.
ECM is a network of non-living tissue that provides support to cells.
The term “extra-cellular” literally means “outside the cell”- which explains where the matrix is located.

Below you can find detailed description of each product in this line.

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  1. Ultimate Corrective Serum

    SKU: ECM serum

    Ultimate Corrective Serum is created for intensive regeneration of the damaged extra-cellular matrix and for deactivation inflammation which is responsible for tissue degradation.

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  2. Deep Line Corrective Serum [4D roll-on]

    SKU: ECM roll-on

    Deep Line Corrective Serum in roll-on is created for intensive topical regeneration of the damaged extra-cellular matrix and for deactivation inflammation which is responsible for tissue degradation.

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  3. MESO ECM
    Skin Re-volumiser

    SKU: MESO ECM

    MESOECM is a serum created for intensive regeneration of the damaged extra-cellular matrix and for deactivation inflammation which is responsible for tissue degradation.

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