About Gel+

Ultrasound gel (IPL gel, cavitational gel) Gel+ is a type of conductive medium, which is used in techniques of ultrasound diagnostics, ultrasound therapies, cosmetic treatments and laser procedures. Gel for ultrasound is applied to patient’s skin at the beginning of ultrasound examination, healing or treatment. On a gel is then placed a converter, i.e. a handpiece applicator, which task is to send and receive sound waves. Ultrasound gel is also used as a device, which makes possible that doctors and parents listen to a heart beat of unborn child.

Ultrasound gel is usually transparent and thick, but not unconveniently sticky. When it is applied to skin, it does not drip and dribble out of it. Ultrasound gel lightly sticks to skin and stays there till cleaning after a treatment procedure is finished. Most frequently mentioned remark of clients who use gel for ultrasound refers to its coolness. Consequently many medical and cosmetic experts use special heaters, which before applying ultrasound gel to a client’s skin rise temperature of a gel to a more convenient level.

Multi-purpose medical gel of a type Gel+ enables a brilliant clearness of transfer without fragrance or colour.

• No fragrance
• Acoustically correct for the broad range of frequencies used
• Hypoallergenic, bacteriostatic, non-irritating
• Water soluble (easy removable)
• No harmful chemicals or dyes

CHARACTERISTICS of ultrasound gel Gel+

• Rich, moisturizing formula
• Convenient and nice for use
• Acoustically correct for the broad range of frequencies used
• Does not make damage to equipment and keeps clothes clean
• Hypoallergenic, bacteriostatic

Detailed description of a product Gel+
250ml in 5l, ultrasound conductive gel, no fragrance or colour. For diagnostic and therapeutic medical ultrasound procedures as well as cosmetic procedures.
Medical ultrasound gel Gel+
Gel is available in bottles of 250ml and cans of 5l, it is is based on the same formula, which is in accordance with international standard and “could not be copied”; ultrasound conductive gel without fragrance or colour. Gel for diagnostic and therapeutic medical ultrasound procedures in fields of obstetrics, gynecology, digestion, urinary and nervous systems. This ultrasound gel is also used in laser and cosmetic treatments.

1). No fragrance or colour;
2). Water soluble;
3). Acoustically correct for the broad range of frequencies used;
4). No formaldehyde;
5). Hypoallergenic, bacteriostatic, non-irritating.

Specifications and packing
250ml in PVC bottle, 40 bottles in a carton with dimensions of 43cm×27cm×21cm
5l in a PVC can, 2 cans in a carton with dimensions of 37cm×20cm×25cm [gross/net weight of content of carton: 11,5/10kg]

Validity: 2 years

What a gel is used for?

• Ultrasound gel lowers temperature of skin during use of radiofrequency/cavitational devices
• It enables smooth moving of a handpiece applicator on a treated part of body
• Ultrasound gel acts as a conductive medium for ultrasound waves and makes them possible to uptake through skin with a small interference
• It cools skin during use of IPL laser and IPL+RF laser (eLite) devices

During treatment with radiofrequency/cavitational devices a skin warms up to some extent. While using these devices it is not recommended to use substitutes for this ultrasound gel, because its most important function is lowering skin temperature. Please, consider a fact, that Gel+ is the best combination when you use IPL laser devices and IPL+RF laser devices of a company ART-PE.

This ultrasound gel is also an excellent solution to be used together with monitors, which enable measuring of a heart beat of unborn child.
Many doctors, cosmeticians, hospitals, clinics, beauty salons and other facilities use ultrasound technology for diagnostic purposes. It functions in a way of sending sound waves into human body. When they reach body tissues, they do not stay there for a long time, because they glance off an organ or other part of body, which is a target of medical examination. Sound waves then return through converter, what is followed by computer analysis, which enables viewing of analyzed sound waves on a monitor and even printing of a record for purposes of a doctor or patient.