Radio Frequency Machine for Professional and Home Use
Whether you have just begun your battle with first signs of aging or have been fighting the wrinkle battle for a while now you probably are looking for a way to bring that very expensive salon costs down and find an advanced way to flawless younger-looking skin with occasional at home skin-care routine. Experts say there is a way: modern day technology has already advanced to the amazing level of offering great results with a radio frequency machines for home use. You can make a big difference in your appearance with radio frequency skin tightening machine for home use without leaving your house!
How Does it Work?
RF facial machine for home use is quite similar to the professional one: both are designed to remodel and sculpt the skin by applying electric current to heat the dermis. When radiofrequency waves penetrate the skin RF energy effectively heats the inner tissues without damaging the surface of the skin. Heat reaches deepest underlying layers and stimulates new collagen and elastin production. This tightens and remodels the skin. Results are often compared to those after a facelift.
Portable rf machine for home use is all you needed for rejuvenation.
What Are the Benefits of At Home RF Machine?
Painless treatment with instantly visible results. There are noticeable changes right after the first treatment: skin looks younger and healthier. A long time ago RF procedure required sedation because of severe pain, RF treatment also came hand-in-hand with a long list of pretty bad side-effects. Nowadays, to get the amazing skin tightening and lifting results, man and women can spend just 15 minutes couple of times a week in the comfort of their own home with the at home RF machine. This small addition to the home skin care routine will quickly regenerate the skin and keep it younger looking for years to come. The percentage of people who notice results after the treatment comes close to a hundred – it is 95%.
The procedure is considered to be a no-knife alternative to a facelift. Though the results will be noticeable after the first treatment, in time skin will become more and more toned, the elasticity will greatly improve and the overall face lifting effect will become apparent. This is due to the new collagen and elastin production and their amazing anti-aging properties.
Reduced wrinkles and visibly softened fine lines. RF treatment is designed to focus on specific problematic areas. With collagen and elastin production and greatly increased blood flow, the result of the treated wrinkles around the mouth, sagging jawline, forehead and under-eye wrinkles are almost similar to those after surgical procedures.
Relaxing and safe at-home treatment. Some, especially those with highly sensitive skin, may experience some side effects, such as redness or mild swelling. But, overall it is a completely pleasant and safe skin care treatment. Before starting the treatment with radio frequency machine for home use, you should carefully read the manual and know the absolute contraindications. They are the following:
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding
- HIV and AIDS
- All forms of cancer
- Uncontrolled blood pressure
You should talk to your doctor before scheduling the treatment if you have sunburns or lupus, vein inflammation and/or immunodeficiency, evasive pigmentation, keloid scarring or if you are taking any steroid medication. You should always wait an appropriate amount of time (should be specified by a professional) after chemical peels and laser treatments.
What Are the Main Expected Results?
- New collagen and elastin production
- Fine lines and wrinkles reduction
- Tightening and lifting of the skin·
- Elasticity boost·
- Increased blood flow
- Instantly visible results
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