Synergy of technologies
for the non-surgical
treatment of skin



Skin Biostimulation and Biorevitalisation

Intraject is a medical device of the latest conception in which three technologies of proven clinical effectiveness are combined: Radiofrequency, Electroporation, Plasma energy. Intraject is composed of three generators that operate with different frequencies and pulses, controlled by a very sophisticated software.

Directive 93/42/ECC on medical devices

The advantages of a combined action


The variability in frequency and voltage allows the same technology to be used for different results, from micro-ablation to diathermy.

Possibility to use the technology in the medical field for soft-freezing procedures in dermatology and cosmetic microsurgery.


The transmission of the active ingredients takes place through modulated currents using the principle of electroporation which, in the absence of needles, reduce the perception of pain.

The effectiveness of the electric pulse, with a continuous base, makes it possible to treat very large areas, reduce the amount of active ingredient by increasing its concentration and to have faster and longer lasting results.

Plasma energy

The energy produced in the form of Plasma (glow or flash) generates a temperature increase in the very first tissue layer, capable of generating a tissue vaporisation/sublimation.


It uses plasma energy to induce micro-sparks on the surface of the skin creating micro-ablation points, thus triggering a natural regeneration process.


It is a fractional ablative skin resurfacing treatment designed to improve the texture, tone and radiance of the skin while restoring its elasticity.


Electroporation uses modulated, low intensity currents combined with a continuous base, which creates new extracellular pathways and acts directly on the skin, temporarily increasing tissue permeability. This alteration allows the cell membrane to be more permeable to a wide variety of hydrophilic molecules that would otherwise not be able to enter the cell.

Once formed, these electropores, depending also on the intensity used, remain open from a few seconds to a few minutes.


Modulated currents that permeate the plasma membrane of cells at numerous points, allowing active ingredient molecules to penetrate.


The treatment makes it possible to heat the subcutaneous tissue for a restructuring and remodelling action, favouring an improvement of the microcirculation with a complete biorevitalising effect.

Frequently asked questions

What is the PLASMAWAVE procedure?

Plasmawave is a non-invasive technique that performs a selective action on the tissue, capable of resolving numerous conditions of aesthetic blemishes without necessarily having to resort to invasive methods such as surgery or laser applications.

What is the operating principle of PLASMAWAVE?

Plasmawave uses the ionization of gas in the air to form what is known as Plasma. A small electric arc is created that focuses exclusively on the areas to be treated without creating undesirable effects on the surrounding areas.

What can be expected during treatment?

The area to be treated is anaesthetized using a topical product. When the area to be treated and desensitized starts the treatment. During the procedure you may notice the formation of small dark, black or brown crust.

What are the recovery times after the Plasmawave treatment?

Immediately after the treatment you will notice a slight swelling that will stabilize within 48/72 hours. The scabs on the skin disappear in a time that can vary from 4 to 10 days. During this period the treated area cannot be touched or scratched, as this could cause hypo or hyperpigmentation.

How many sessions are necessary?

The number of sessions varies from patient to patient and individual needs. For eyelid lifting, 3 or 4 sessions may be required, usually every 6 to 8 weeks.

Is it permanent?

The effect of the Plasmawave treatment is considered permanent. However, the aging process continues and other treatments will be necessary to ensure that the effect lasts over time.

How does electroporation work?

It is an alternative to conventional mesotherapy that does not use needles but special modulated current pulses to insert molecules by bypassing the epidermis.

What can it treat?

Electroporation has the same purpose as classic mesotherapy injection and therefore the same treatment indications, such as the restoration of rehydrated and toned skin, as well as treatments for panniculopathy and the reduction of fat deposits.

What is the recovery time after the treatment?

No recovery time is required, normal daily activities can be resumed immediately after treatment.

How many treatments are required to achieve optimal results?

Usually you can notice significant changes already with a couple of sessions, but 6 is the average number of treatments suggested. Then we recommend treatments to maintain the effect obtained over time.