target facial high-frequency

Target Facial High-Frequency is a type of facial treatment that uses a device called a high-frequency machine. This machine uses low-level electrical currents to deliver high-frequency waves onto the skin's surface.

A high-frequency beauty treatment typically involves several steps to ensure the best results. Here is a general outline of the steps involved:

CLEANSING: Start by thoroughly cleansing the face to remove any dirt, makeup, or impurities. Use a gentle cleanser suitable for your skin type and rinse with lukewarm water.

EXFOLIATION (optional): If needed, exfoliate the skin to remove dead skin cells and allow better penetration of the high-frequency treatment. Choose a gentle exfoliator suited for your skin and follow the instructions provided.

PREPARATION: Before starting the high-frequency treatment, it's important to prepare the skin. Apply a toner or facial mist to balance the pH levels and hydrate the skin.

APPLICATION OF A CONDUCTIVE GEL OR SERUM: To improve conductivity and protect the skin during the treatment, apply a conductive gel or serum evenly over the entire face. This gel helps the high-frequency waves to transmit effectively to the skin.

HIGH-FREQUENCY TREATMENT: Turn on the high-frequency machine and select the appropriate electrode for the desired treatment. Gently glide the electrode over the skin in upward or circular motions, allowing the high-frequency waves to pass through the gel and onto the skin. Ensure that the electrode never touches the skin directly to avoid any discomfort or injury.

TARGETED TREATMENT: Depending on your skincare concerns or goals, you can focus the high-frequency treatment on specific areas, such as acne-prone areas, fine lines, or dark spots. Adjust the intensity and duration of the treatment based on your skin's tolerance and the specific requirements.

FACIAL MASSAGE: After the high-frequency treatment, give your skin some extra care and relaxation by incorporating a facial massage. Use your fingertips or a facial roller to gently massage the treated areas in upward and outward motions. This helps to stimulate blood circulation, reduce tension, and enhance product absorption.

APPLICATION OF SKINCARE PRODUCTS: Once the massage is complete, apply any serums, moisturizers, or creams recommended for your skin type and concerns. These will help lock in moisture and provide additional nourishment to your skin.

During the treatment, a glass electrode is applied to the skin and the high-frequency waves produce a thermal effect that helps sterilize the skin and stimulates blood circulation. This can have various benefits for the skin, including:

Improved oxygenation: The high-frequency waves help increase blood circulation, which can enhance the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the skin cells.

Reduction of acne: The antibacterial effect of the treatment can help kill acne-causing bacteria and reduce inflammation.

Skin tightening: The thermal effect of the treatment can stimulate collagen production, which may result in firmer and more youthful-looking skin.

Improved absorption of skincare products: High-frequency treatments can assist in enhancing the penetration of serums and creams by promoting better absorption.

It's important to note that high-frequency treatments should be performed by a trained aesthetician or healthcare professional. They will assess your skin type, conditions and concerns to determine if this treatment is suitable for you.

Additionally, it's essential to follow post-treatment care instructions provided by your aesthetician. These may include avoiding excessive sun exposure, using moisturizers, and maintaining a proper skincare routine.

The Facial Indirect High-Frequency is another type of facial treatment that utilizes a high-frequency machine. Unlike Facial Direct High-Frequency where the glass electrode is applied directly to the skin, in Facial Indirect High-Frequency, the electrode is held by the aesthetician or therapist and the client's face is massaged or treated using gentle sweeping motions with the electrode held nearby.

This treatment is often used in facial massage techniques as it offers several benefits for the skin:

IMPROVED CIRCULATION: The high-frequency waves help stimulate blood flow, which can enhance oxygenation and nutrient delivery to the skin cells.

RELAXATION AND STRESS RELIEF: The gentle massage motions involved in facial indirect high-frequency can promote relaxation, relieve tension and provide a soothing experience.

LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE: The movement of the electrode along the skin helps stimulate lymphatic drainage, aiding in the removal of toxins and reducing puffiness.

ENHANCED ABSORBTION OF SKINCARE PRODUCTS: By increasing circulation and promoting lymphatic drainage, Facial Indirect High-Frequency may enhance the absorption of serums, creams and other skincare products applied during or after the treatment.

It's important to note that Facial Indirect High-Frequency should be performed by a trained professional who understands and follows proper techniques. This treatment is generally safe and suitable for most individuals, however, it's always advisable to consult with a skincare expert or aesthetician before trying any new treatment, especially if you have specific skin concerns or conditions.

Treatment length and costs

70 minutes — £80

Treatment length and costs

70 minutes — £80
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