High frequency facial treatment is a safe and gentle alternative to dramatic plastic surgery procedures,
laser resurfacing, chemical peels, Collagen and Botox injections and other invasive treatments.
When applying high frequency for anti-aging purposes, results can vary by individual and skin type, are
gradual, and do not occur overnight. Although high frequency has been shown to produce an immediate
and temporary lifting effect, continued daily application can provide more cumulative long-term, lasting
results. Interestingly, many acne sufferers have found improvements in their complexions after only a
few days of use.
Sometimes the body can become immune to certain acne medications if used over an extended
period of time. When combined with an effective acne treatment lotion, regular application of high
frequency keeps the acne away long after other expensive medications and treatments can fail. High
frequency gently cleanses the skin of acne-causing bacteria and unwanted toxins while making the skin
more receptive to acne lotions, creams and other skin treatment products. The results can be extremely
dramatic – even after only a few treatments!
With regular use, high frequency skin care treatment can be very effective at reducing the size of
enlarged pores, softening skin and controlling excess sebum production. The gentle spray of oxygen
molecules produced by the high frequency current diminish enlarged pores by penetrating deep down
into the root of the affected area and cleaning out unwanted debris and toxins allowing the pore to
quickly regain its natural size once again.
Fine Lines, Wrinkles, and Sagging Skin:
The oscillating action of high frequency can increase blood circulation, which in turn nourishes the
skin’s surface and renews underlying cells. It also produces an enriched form of oxygen, which can
provide the skin with a firm, youthful, vibrant glow. It can diminish the appearance of fine lines and
wrinkles, tighten double chins and jowls and improve overall skin texture and tone by promoting
increased collagen production.