Double vacuum tip consist of two parts: the outer stainless steel case with a smooth rim and the dermabrasion bit, covered with diamond chips. The tip can be used without dermabrasion bit as a vacuum massage ventouse.   To remove or fasten the dermabrasion bit if needed, insert the ...

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Double Vacuum Microdermabrasion Tips

SKIN SCRUBBERS   Do you know how important the exfoliation is in your skin care routine? Of course you do! Simply cleaning the face, washing it with the soap and cleaning sponge is a way to exfoliate your skin. The dried cells are simply flake off and got washed away.   Our ...

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Skin scrubbers and more. Part 1

    If you are looking for a new way to have younger glowing skin then a micro needle roller may be just what you are looking for.  Tons of Hollywood stars are using micro needle roller treatment to help them achieve that young fresh faced look.  Reportedly even Jennifer ...

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Roll Away the Years

Top 4 Micro-current Devices for Home Use   Micro-current is a non-surgical technology that is very popular with the current generation. It’s a technology used by a number of people to manage the ageing process, and stay beautiful. Micro-current non-surgical was earlier used for ...

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Meet Our New Microcurrent Beauties!

  Microdermabrasion is listed as one of 10 top most popular cosmetic procedures in the U.S., numbering 499427 salon procedures in 2011, and steadily increasing. The average price for 10 microdermabrasion sessions varies from approximately $1000 to $2000. The introduction of home use ...

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Microdermabrasion – inside story

  Q. What is radio frequency? A. Radio-frequency waves are the waves in a range from 3kHz to 300GHz (which indicates a frequency per second). At first RF frequency devices found their use in a medical field. The low frequency radio waves when got applied cause "ionic agitation"  ...

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FAQ RadioFrequency

  Q. What is galvanic current? What it does to the skin?   A. Galvanic current is low electrical current that has a polarity (positive or negative), hence it has a tendency to attract opposite charged particles. It is used in cosmetology to increase the penetration of ...

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FAQ Galvanic

Q. What is ultrasound massage?   A. The ultrasound massage is a micro-massage that uses the vibrations in ultra-sonic range - so fast that our senses cannot feel it. The frequency is above the audible sound - everything over 20KHz. How can the sound massage? It is very simple. The ...

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FAQ Ultrasound

What is phototherapy or photo rejuvenation and how it works?   Everything live reacts to light. The most common example is how our skin responds to ultraviolet rays – we tan. Tanning is a natural skin reaction to the harmful ultraviolet light by creating a protective barrier made ...

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FAQ Photon Light

  Q. What is a microcurrent massage?   A. Actually it is not a massage at all. There is no "massage" movements that we used to: no tapping, clapping or percussive strokes. The massage part does not produce any mechanical movements. Instead, very low current is being ...

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FAQ Microcurrent

  Q. What is microdermabrasion?   A. MD – is the removal of the top layer of skin. It can be archived in a few different ways such as the use of chemicals (AHA and Enzyme Peels), by the evaporation of the top layer utilizing laser techniques or by using mechanical abrasion ...

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FAQ Microdermabrasion

  Q. What is micro-needle roller? A. A micro needle roller is a small hand held device. The main part of it is a drum studded with tiny ultra-sharp needles. The  most common material used for needles is stainless medical grade steel.  The needles can be also covered with titanium ...

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FAQ Microneedle

    High Frequency device or DArsonval (named after its inventor, French scientist – Jacques-Arsène d'Arsonval) had been on a market since early 1900s. At those times it was called “Violet Ray Device” as the electrodes were mainly filled with Argon gas, which glows violet. ...

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High Frequency Current in a Skin Care: History, Development and Application