How does the Custom DOSE Machine work?

Have you ever wanted a skin care product that was made just for you? You’ll be happy to know that customized skin care products are now a reality, thanks to the Custom D.O.S.E machine. The Custom D.O.S.E. machine is a first of its kind service that provides personalized skin care serums to patients, using real-time data. But how exactly does the D.O.S.E. machine work.

Custom D.O.S.E. technology
The Custom D.O.S.E. machine uses state-of-the-art technology, to create an innovative skin care product for each patient. The revolutionary device is equipped with a production-quality compounder, which is designed to precisely mix active ingredients. The Custom D.O.S.E. has a wide selection of very potent ingredients, to treat multiple skin concerns.

How does the custom D.O.S.E. machine work
The process starts with a consultation with the skin care provider. The provider will assess the patient’s skin and discuss their specific skin concerns, to determine which active ingredients would be most beneficial. The information is transferred into the system, and the D.O.S.E. machine will then mix active ingredients to formulate a serum based on the unique needs of the patient.

The made-to-order corrective skin care serum is then dispensed and given a custom label with the patient’s name, and an expiry date. The serum can be designed to address a range of skin concerns including wrinkles, discoloration, and uneven skin tone.

Are you a candidate?
If you have tried over-the-counter skin care products in the past that have caused side-effects, and have difficulty finding products with effective ingredients, you may be a good candidate for Custom D.O.S.E.

Are you ready to try Custom D.O.S.E? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the El Paso, TX, area, the groundbreaking Custom D.O.S.E. technology is available at El Paso Cosmetic Surgery.

You can reach them at www.elpasoplasticsurgery.com or by calling (915) 800-0587.

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