HOW DOES IT WORK?
Our High-frequency treatment uses electrodes which are made of clear tempered glass and come in a variety of different shapes and sizes to facilitate the treatment of various contours of the face and body. A gentle electrical current is generated by the high-frequency machine which then passes through the attached glass electrode upon contact with the skin. This contact ignites the inert gas within the electrode which produces healing unstable oxygen that instantly converts into purifying ozone. These rejuvenating oxygen molecules can be felt thought a therapeutic zapping or tingling sensation. There is no pain with this treatment.
High-frequency current firms and tones by causing an immediate circulation rush to the skin in addition to subtle tissue warming. These functions cause a very safe and natural contraction of the underlying blood vessels and tiny muscle groups. The dilation of the underlying vessels pushe away toxins, while the cells enjoy a feast of increased nutrients and hydrating volume. This result is in an increase in blood circulation and cell renewal as well as increased production levels of Collagen and Elastin which soften and smooth away wrinkles, reduce pore size and improve overall skin texture.
High-frequency ozone can be used on its own or added to a Thermo-Clear treatment.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT?
High frequency is very relaxing. You will feel a warm tingling sensation on your skin and smell the ozone gas but this treatment will put you to sleep.
HOW FREQUENTLY DO I NEED TREATMENTS?
This depends on what we are treating. This will need to be discussed with your skin care specialist. They will be able to give you a realistic timeline for success!
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER EACH TREATMENT?
Skin will be flushed for a few hours but skin irritations should look calm.
WHAT SKIN CONDITIONS CAN BE TREATED WITH HIGH FREQUENCY OZONE?
Also known as acne vulgaris, acne is a long-term skin disease that occurs when dead skin cells and oil from the skin clog hair follicles.
Prevention of breakouts
Preventing the breakouts from starting in the first place.
An inflamed blister in or near the mouth, caused by infection with the herpes simplex virus.
Healing of the skin that takes longer than expected.