Radio Frequency Explanation– Simply put…it’s thermal energy! Since RF energy produces a electrical current instead of a light source, tissue damage can be minimized, and epidermal melanin is not damaged either. With this knowledge, RF energies can be used for clients of all skin types– that is, it is color blind, allowing for ultimate collagen contraction and production of new collagen. In addition to stimulating new collagen, the radiofrequency treatment also causes some contraction of the skin, thus tightening it. Although you’ll notice the treatment’s tightening effects immediately, the more significant improvement will occur gradually over a period of several weeks or months as the new collagen forms.
Electroporation Explanation– Electroporation uses short modulated pulses of high voltage to create transient aqueous pores in the skin. This application of an electrical pulse momentarily disrupts the cell membrane, allowing the entry of the product. When the pulse ceases, the membrane returns to it’s original structure, leaving the product that has been penetrated into the interior of the cell in place! The effect of the electroporation lasts for a few seconds, therefore allowing the introduction if the product. This dramatically increases skin permeability. In simple language…electroporation is opening a door that allows us to insert products deeper into the skin. Electroporation is the most effective non-invasive, needle free technology available to safely transfer skin care products into the skin.
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