Enzyme therapy is a results-based treatment that revises and changes skin conditions, leaving it feeling fresher and smoother. It generates a process called ‘reverse osmosis,’ which flushes out toxins, free radicals, and dead skin cells.
It also helps stimulate blood circulation and oxygenation, improving lymphatic drainage for optimal skin function. It is a gentle and safe procedure that requires minimal preparation time.
The Treatment Process
An enzyme therapy treatment works by re-educating your skin to create a real change. Our enzyme treatments are formulated with our unique combination of transfer-messenger enzymes that have been shown to improve the condition of your skin and give you longer-lasting results.
During the treatment process, we apply an enzyme mask to your face, neck, and decollete (from armpit to armpit) for 45 minutes. This helps to stimulate blood circulation and bring fresh oxygen to the skin while helping to flush out toxins and encouraging lymphatic drainage.
The oxidoreductases used in wastewater treatment processes are becoming increasingly studied for their ability to degrade various classes of organic pollutants. However, these processes still face major challenges that must be addressed. This includes dimensional compatibility, mass transfer efficiency, and stability. These challenges can be circumvented by immobilization techniques such as entrapment on metal-organic frameworks, gel/fiber entrapment, and microencapsulation. These methods can also provide better thermal and storage stability for these enzymes while increasing operational pH and temperature ranges.
Dredging a lake can remove sediment and change the water body’s chemistry. This alteration can lead to further issues down the road.
Another issue from dredging is the amount of land that will need to be added to contain the removed muck. Dredging a lake or pond can be very expensive, and it is easy to underestimate how much land will need to be added once the muck is gone.
Bio-Dredging is a gentle yet powerful alternative to mechanical dredging, and it avoids unsightly machinery, ramp building, and mounds of muck. It also avoids creating a second environmental problem – disposal of the sludge.
Aeration in lakes and ponds increases oxygen levels to stabilize pH and remove harmful gases. It can also improve water quality by removing excess nutrients that promote the growth of algae and muck.
It can also remove dissolved gases such as carbon dioxide and oxidize certain undesirable dissolved metals like iron. Oxidation also helps break down certain volatile organic chemicals and can help control bacteria.
Enzyme products are an effective way to reduce sediment thickness in lakes and ponds, which can inhibit algae growth. They can also reduce odor and the availability of nitrogen to aquatic plants.
In stagnant lakes and ponds, organic muck settles at the surface to block sunlight. As scum grows, the pH level can increase to dangerous levels. This can negatively affect the ecosystem of the lake and can lead to “rotten egg” odors, which are warning signs of imbalanced oxygen and nutrient levels.
Chemical treatment is a technique used to control hazardous waste by adding chemicals to the water to convert the toxic compounds into less harmful ones. The process involves several steps to obtain efficient results cost-effectively with an environmentally friendly approach.
It can also be combined with physical treatment methods like filtering operations and flocculation techniques to achieve optimum results. However, many chemicals are highly toxic and must be handled with care.
Phosphorus removal from lakes through hypolimnetic withdrawal and treatment is very effective but can trap P in sediments delivered to the overlying lake. This can lead to a decrease in dissolved oxygen levels and phosphorus loading.