WHAT IS DERMOTAPING?
DermoTaping® is an innovative treatment methodology and a specific taping technique with multiple applications in the medical-aesthetic field. DermoTaping is a system of treatment protocols that exploit specific decompressive and dilation applications of tape on the skin surface. These special adhesive tapes applied with the DermoTaping methodology exert a bio-mechanical pumping stimulation on the skin to facilitate the vascular circulation and lymphatic drainage to the area treated. The aim is to improve fluid exchange and oxygenation of the skin by promoting activation of natural skin regeneration processes.
Application of DermoTaping is indicated to complete all draining, detoxifying, healing and nourishing treatments for improved skin regeneration. The treatment objective is to improve and mitigate skin imperfections. Correct application DermoTaping will renew continuous lymphatic drainage enhancing the detoxifying processes guaranteeing tangible results evan over a very short treatment time. It is the first aesthetic continuously activated treatment that accompanies the client until their next appointment.
DermoTaping has been studied to be integrated with all other beautician treatments and various electro-medical devices, creating the best and appropriate treatment program for the client. Specific treatments cover skin imperfections, PEPS (or cellulite), age wrinkles, stretch marks, localized adiposity, the lack of skin tone, aging, problems related to poor blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. DermoTaping was created for improving blood circulation and fluid exchange at the skin level with the result of improved nourishment to the skin which will give the desired results.
When combined with NeuroMuscular Taping (NMT), a bio mechanical therapy that uses decompression stimuli, the beneficial effects include musculoskeletal, postural and neurological sensory clinical and rehabilitative purposes. It is based on the application of tapes that form skin-wrinkling, which, together with body movement reduce pain and improve the range of motion, improves muscle-articular coordination and consequently regulates posture.
The bio-mechanical and sensory corrective aspects support the natural healing capacity of the body, promotes better blood circulation and lymphatic drainage in the treated area. NeuroMuscular Taping offers practitioners in medicine and rehabilitation a specific resource to improve the response of the subject, reducing rehabilitation time and thereby improving the quality of life of the patient.