Platinum Series: HA Repair Ampoule (Available for Aesthetic Clinic ONL – DocLab Korea

Platinum Series: HA Repair Ampoule (Available for Aesthetic Clinic ONLY)

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The HA Repair Ampoule of the Platinum Series boasts a specialized ability to deliver medical-grade hyaluronic acid directly into deep layers of skin. Users can see more effective results in less time - brighter skin toner, natural glow, smoother complexion, and more supple skin.
Platinum HA Contains natural moisturizing agent

95% Sodium Hyaluronate

Strengthens moisture of skin that is remarkably degraded due to aging. A variety of growth factors help the production of Hyaluronic Acid in the skin, helping to improve skin elasticity and skin barrier function, thereby protecting against stress caused by external stimuli.

Ampoule Treatment Used by Dr Kang

What is MTS?

MTS (Microneedle Therapy System) refers to the use of small needles to cause physical damage on the skin, stimulating fibroblasts to induce collagen remodeling. Drugs and ingredients that are macromolecular or difficult to polarize effectively penetrate the channels of the skin, and it is a treatment that gives skin regeneration effects.

Platinum Series - DocLab's highest range of skincare

More Effective, Shorter Time

Currently only offered for aesthetic clinic use. It utilizes the MTS (microneedle therapy system) to effectively deliver results within shorter time. Clinical studies have shown MTS to be more effective than ablative treatments like laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, and chemical peel and just as effective as non-ablative treatments like IPL, and CO2 laser in stimulating collagen and elastin production to thicken the skin thereby erasing wrinkles and smoothing scars.

Conditions MTS Can Improve


Gradually reduces wrinkles for a younger look and smoother skin


Brightens skin complexion and lightens melasma for an overall even skin tone

Stretch Marks

Stimulates collagen production to help fade stretch marks

Enlarged Pores

Directly moisturizes deep layers of skin to reduce pore appearance

Acne Scars

Lighten acne scars and reduce redness for a more even appearance

Hair Loss

Helps improve deliver effective ingredients through hair follicles and scalp

Studies Show Absorbency of 1000x

DOCLAB MTS Roller uses 200 fine needles to injure the skin sufficiently to stimulate collagen/elastin production.

Clinical studies from Europe, U.S. and South Korea have proven that Ampoule absorption is increased by as much as 1,000 times when applied with MTS Roller.

3 Major Advantages of MTS

Aside from quick and efficient absorbency, the MTS also features other benefits.

1. Less damage to skin

They do the same job that lasers and other ablative methods by increasing the production of collagen with minimal damage to the protective layer of the skin.

2. Just as effective as laser

MTS Rollers are effective. In fact, just as effective as lasers, IPL and other ‘machine-based’ treatments, but at a fraction of the cost to practitioners and patients.

3. Safe, little downtime

MTS Rollers are safe. “Non-surgical and non-ablative” means more ‘forgiving’ and skin-friendly treatments. Patients experience little or no pain, downtime, and risk for complications.

Suitable for Sensitive Skin Types

All of DocLab's products are KFDA and dermatologically approved, making them suited for sensitive skin types.


Water, 1,2-Hexanediol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Propanediol, Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer, Glycerin, Hydrolyzed Glycosaminoglycans, Pseudoalteromonas Ferment Extract, Benzyl Glycol, Sodium DNA, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Ethylhexylglycerin, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5, Caprylyl Glycol, sh-Polypeptide-1, Hyaluronic Acid, Raspberry Ketone, sh-Polypeptide-3, sh-Polypeptide-9, sh-Polypeptide-22, sh-Oligopeptide-2, sh-Polypeptide-11

Clinical study sources: MTS (Microneedle Therapy System),

5-Month Study; Dr KB Joon, Department of Dermatology, Dongguk University, S. Korea (2006)

Collagen Induction Therapy Comparison (IPL vs Micro-Needling)

Drs HS Moon, SE Kim, DS Ko, AY Lee, Dep. of Dermatology,

Eulji University School of Medicine and Dongguk University, S. Korea (2006)