Local Dynamic Micro-Massage (LDM)


What is LDM ?

LDM stands for Local Dynamic Micro-Massage. it utilises a dual-frequency ultrasound technology that penetrates into the upper skin layers such as the epidermis and dermis. The ultrasonic energy at significantly higher frequencies results in a strong micro-massage effect on tissue structures. This micro-massage activates fibroblasts and improves skin structure, increases tissue elasticity, as well as tightens connective skin tissues.

What can LDM treat or be used for?

LDM is able to treat a wide range of skin conditions. This includes skin tightening, skin rejuvenation, anti-aging, acne, eczema, keloid scars and stretch marks.

How many sessions are needed, and how long will the results last?

Improvement of the skin appearance can often be seen immediately after the first session. The number of sessions required to produce optimal results and the longevity of the results will depend on factors such as the person’s lifestyle, age and skin condition.

The treatment is recommended to be done twice per week, for 4 to 6 weeks. Once optimal results have been achieved, maintenance sessions are recommended once every two to three months. For complex cases such as severe eczema or severe sagging more sessions ranging from 10 to 16 may be required.

Is the treatment painful and is there any downtime?

There is no downtime and there is no discomfort . Some patients may feel a slight warm sensation only.