SWiCH™ Dermal Rejuvenation System
Don't injure yourself with chemical peels! Circadia's SWiCH system triggers healing without injury. Your skin's natural rejuvenation ability restores a more youthful condition.
For aging, sun-damaged, and environmentally-damaged skin.
Chemical Peels Injure Your Skin
For over 40 years chemical peeling has been practiced by physicians to rejuvenate or remodel sun-damaged skin. Both chronological and environmental aging changes have been the object of many types of skin peeling including chemical, mechanical and thermal methods. They all use the ability of the skin to heal itself when damaged. All of these methods produce some degree of tissue destruction which triggers the natural repair process within the skin. But consistent damage to the epidermis leads to more serious side effects. Your skin is already overtaxed with the demands placed on it by our modern lifestyle. The use of these injurious methods creates a greater demand on the energy production (it's all about the energy). According to a LinkedIn post by Dr. Ben Johnson, MD, "Asia and much of Europe no longer do much in the way of chemical peels because they found that repeated chemical peels damage the DEJ (dermal-epidermal junction) and make worsening age spots a certainty."
Trigger Healing Without Injury
With the SWiCH™ System, it is now possible to achieve repair of the skin without having to induce tissue damage. The body’s repair systems, including that in the skin, are held in a ready state at all times. Understanding what is needed to trigger the system is the key to the efficacy of the SWiCH™ System.
How SWiCH Works
Any repair system requires a large input of energy. This energy source is generated by a natural cycle as part of the metabolism of food. The SWiCH™ treatment is a multiple step process that allows the active ingredients to penetrate into the skin, switches on the repair mechanism, and supplies energy for the repair process to fully complete. While results will be seen in one treatment, a series of treatments (one month apart) is recommended as you can see below.