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Vital System are medical and cosmetic electro-devices which open new horizons for health and beauty.
Vital System boosts your health and pleases your body.

Medical Devices

Innovative, professional, accurate: Zepter healthcare technology matches your everyday needs.

Fast Flexible-Tip Digital Thermometer
Designed with the contribution of medical...
Infrared Forehead Thermometer
The clinically tested medical device doctors and...

Cosmetics Devices

High-technology, elegantly designed and easy-to-use cosmetic products, to give your body the beauty you dream.

Zepter Hairdryer DryFAST
Swiss Made HairPerfection
Hand Massager
The sensations of a professional health-club massage in the comfort of...
Electro Acupuncture
For simple, uncomplicated, immediate self-relief from pain, aches and tension.


Body temperature

Contrary to popular belief, there is no one ‘normal’ body temperature. A healthy person’s body temperature will vary during the day depending on their metabolism.

Body temperature is an important indicator of the general condition of our organism: when we are sick our body increases its temperature to fight against specific health conditions. It is always preferable to monitor every temperature fluctuation, in case it is due to harmless reasons – i.e. ovulation, hormonal or emotional changes – or because of some medical condition. Especially, high temperatures should never be neglected, as it alerts us that our body is probably evincing some diseases. Detecting fever may reveal illness at an early stage and its entire evolution can also be monitored, which is often very important.

Your temperature, quickly monitored
Fast Flexible-Tip Digital Thermometer
Infrared Forehead Thermometer

Body temperature is the immediate indicator of your health’s condition.
  • Normal body temperature range is from 36.4 °C to 37.5 °C
  • To determine your own normal bodily temperature, you need to perform a series of measurements when you are completely healthy.
Each home has to have a reliable and precise thermometer.
There are two kinds of thermometers:
  • Conventional (mercury)
  • Modern (digital)
Some deficiencies with mercury thermometers:
  • Preparation is necessary.
  • We are never sure how long we should keep the thermometer in place when we take the temperature.
  • Problems can occur during measurements, especially with babies, small children and invalids.
  • Reading the measured value is not very simple (especially for those with impaired vision).
  • There can be long-term problems if the thermometers breaks and the mercury escapes (mercury is one of the most poisonous elements and can seriously damage one’s health).

Body temperature is an important indicator of the general condition of our organism.

Each home has to have a reliable and precise thermometer - like Vital System thermometers.



The benefits of massage have been known since ancient times and modern medicine has learned from Eastern cultures the importance of massage techniques for our well-being.
Focusing on these elements, Vital System has developed an innovative device reproducing different manual massages and their main benefits.
Massage is an ancient technique and has long been used as a healing therapy.

Today, the work of the masseur can be enhanced by the use of sophisticated equipment to help provide a more effective massage.
Hand Massager

Your body is crying out for help!
Constant backache, pain in muscles and joints, poor circulation of blood, loss of tone in skin and muscles – these are just some of the symptoms of worsening physical condition of the body. Such symptoms adversely affect our sense of well being and quality of life.

General decline in physical fitness
One person out of four has a regular massage. Massage is a pleasant experience that has positive effects on the body, and demand for this technique is increasing. General physical fitness in the population is declining, caused, at least in part, by the decrease in manual activity.
As technology advances, there may be more demand for therapeutic equipment designed to improve health.

Increasing demand for massage
Data provided by American researchers has demonstrated an increase in the demand for massage from 22% to 33% over the past five years.
People expect massage to improve their mood and feeling of well being, to reduce pain, and to relieve stress and tiredness. Massage is ideal for treating people of a wide range of ages, from babies to the elderly, and is particularly popular with women. In addition, a growing number of men are also now having regular massages.

Massage is the practice of applying controlled pressure, or gentle vibration, to the muscles and joints. Massage can be applied manually with the hands or by using mechanical aids.
Massage can be used as therapy to help in disease prevention, healing and rehabilitation.
Acupuncture, vibrotherapy and pressure healing (barotherapy) are other forms of  ‘alternative therapy’.

How massage affects the skin.

Depth of effect of massage during different types of massage:
stroking (1), friction (2), kneading (3), tapping (4), toning vibration (5)

What happens during a massage?
The pressure applied during a massage causes the soft tissues beneath the skin to move, depending on the amount of pressure applied by the masseur.
This movement causes the tissues to stretch: the amount by which each tissue stretches is variable. The pressure and movement of the tissues can then influence the function of the various structures located within (e.g. muscle fibres, small blood vessels, nerve endings, sweat glands, etc.).
The application of particular massage techniques (stroking, kneading, friction, tapping, vibration) determines how deeply the massage is felt.

The benefits of massage have been known since ancient times.



An ancient healing skill based on the pricking of needles into tissue in order to soothe and remove pain and tension, and boost life energy. This is accomplished by stimulation of characteristic acupuncture points below the skin’s surface. (lat. Acus, needle; puncture).
The discovery of this treatment is ascribed to the legendary Chinese czar Huan Ti (about 2,500 BC).

Chinese experts say that the human body has 365 characteristic acupuncture points. These form 12 lines (meridians). By acting on them, the release of harmful substances from the organism can be facilitated and vital energy increased.

Electro Acupuncture

Electro Acupuncture is a non-invasive method where  the acupuncture points are stimulated by gentle electronic pulsations rather than needles. So, it is a completely painless method. The appliance independently identifies the points of low resistance that are a critical mechanism in pain relief and the rounded-tip needles send electronic impulses to the identified point. The unique advantage of bio-feedback ensures regularity of use because the appliance independently locates the point to be stimulated.

Non-invasive, painless therapy with no harmful effects!
Electro Acupuncture

Electro Acupuncture is a non-invasive method where  the acupuncture points are stimulated by gentle electronic pulsations rather than needles.