By means of cold plasma, generated in the micro reactors of the head, a series of internal processes is activated such as hyperthermia by molecular friction, ischemia, acidosis, ionosphorous, etc. Which in turn produce the synthesis of HSP (heat shock proteins) or heat shock proteins.
By accelerating the molecular friction, an increase in temperature occurs which in turn produces a stimulation of TGF-beta and this in turn stimulates the formation of HSP-47 which is a protein resident in the endoplasmic reticulum that protects the pro-collagen type 1 during its synthesis and secretion accompanied by an expression of MMP-1 and MMP2.
Only in the presence of this stress protein can collagen type 1 molecules be assembled in three-dimensional correct triple helix form.
When HSP-47 is stimulated with the effect of hyperthermia, the fibroplastos respond increasing the production of neo collagen.
The combination of these stimuli, considerably increases the permeability of cell membranes, achieving an excellent penetration of the applied assets.