PBSERUM: LIPASE, HYALURONIDASE, COLLAGENASE

We are working with the following PBSerum products from recombinant enzymes that are produced like modern insulin genetically engineered. Without known allergies, inexpensive and very effective:

Lipase (slim): splits stored fat (triglycerides) into mono- and diglycerides that are easily eliminated: lipolysis

 

Collagenase (smooth): Cleaves and dissolves collagen, against unwanted scars and is very effective against false collagen, which is very effective against the aging process.

 

Hyaluronidase (drain): breaks down polysaccharides and glycoproteins, which are responsible for water retention in the body, effective against swelling, promoting lymphatic drainage.

 

The enzymes can be used individually or in combination. They are injected with local anesthetics with delicate needles in the skin, just below the skin or in subcutaneous adipose tissue.

 

Applications

 

  • Body fat reduction
  • Facial fat reduction and double chin
  • Eye-Lifting
  • Dissolution of excess hyaluronic acid
  • cellulite
  • Wrinkles
  • Tissue hardenings and scars (after acne, bulging scars, keloid)
  • neurogenic pain
  • stretch marks (stria)
  • Lipoma (fat swelling)
  • burn scars

Frequency and duration of treatment

The treatment is best done once a week. Several treatments may be needed depending on the application

 

Directions

Drink plenty of water after treatment. Against possible pain (very rarely) paracetamol can be taken. NSAIDs (eg, ibuprofen, diclofenac, etc.) should be avoided because they may interfere with the enzyme’s action. Also, the intake of doxycycline may affect the activity of collagenase. Massage Topical Collagenase (Smooth out Power) twice a day. Reduced intake of carbohydrates to promote fat loss.

 

Possible undesired effects

Redness, swelling and mild pain may develop after treatment. In the first 12-24 hours, signs of inflammation, including a slight increase in temperature, may occur.

 

In the following cases treatment with PBSerum should not be carried out

  • Disturbed blood clotting
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Untreated diabetes
  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • Open wounds and skin infections