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Hifu ultrasonic skin tightening sandiac re

Ultrasounds are intended to combat sagging skin on the face and body

Ultrasound body lift is an effective and non-invasive method of reducing adipose tissue (cellulite). Ultrasound HIFU  boost the production of collagen and elastin for a natural and immediate lifting.

This aesthetic technology uses heat from ultrasonic energy to regenerate, tighten and reshape tissue. The micro-focused ultrasonic beams act on the epidermis and the dermis causing a thermal rise of around 70° at the impact points. The tissues thus stimulated will produce new collagen fibers allowing the skin to re-tighten.

What is electrolysis hair removal?

Electrolysis hair removal is a hair removal method that involves inserting a fine needle into each hair follicle. An electric current is then sent through the needle to destroy the root of the hair, thus preventing its regrowth.

How does electrolysis hair removal work?

The electrolysis hair removal process takes place in three main stages:

  1. Insertion: A thin needle, usually made of stainless steel, is inserted into the hair follicle, the natural housing of the hair in the skin.

  2. Application of current: An electric current is sent through the needle into the hair follicle. This creates a chemical or thermal reaction that destroys the follicle.

  3. Extraction: Once the follicle is destroyed, the hair is removed with tweezers.

Benefits of electrolysis hair removal

  1. Permanent: Electrolysis hair removal is the only hair removal method recognized as permanent by the FDA (United States Food and Drug Administration).

  2. Universal: It works on all skin and hair types, unlike laser hair removal which may be less effective on light hair or dark skin.

  3. Precision: Electrolysis hair removal targets each hair follicle individually, providing a high level of precision.

Disadvantages of electrolysis hair removal

  1. Time: Electrolysis hair removal can be a lengthy process, as each hair must be treated individually.

  2. Pain: Some people may find the process painful, although the discomfort can often be eased with a numbing cream.

  3. Cost: Electrolysis hair removal sessions can be expensive, especially if a large area needs to be treated.

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