Learn About High Frequency Therapy
Flipping through the pages of your prom album, you stop at flawless pictures of your own.
It feels like you're scrolling on TikTok and Instagram, drooling over the perfect skin.
But, the only difference is that you looked effortlessly pretty with all that natural shine and glow on your face.
What happened in all these years that made you so conscious about your appearance?
Acne? Breakouts? The uninvited guests that seem to like this cute face of yours!
And your hair?
Please don't start with it!
All that color, bleach, and different treatments have pretty much damaged your hair.
And if you're team thirty, you might have noticed a few lines and aging spots that have warmly welcomed you and celebrated your thirties.
Most of you have splurged thousands of bucks on different creams and hair masks that promised to improve it.
But boy, oh boy!
All that hard-earned money has gone down the drain, but your acne and wrinkles remain! Touche!
So instead of sitting like a damsel in distress and waiting for some Prince to rescue you, hear us out!
We are here to help all the Cinderellas waiting for some magic to turn their world upside down. (In a good way and not the scary stranger things upside down thingy) Phew!
Only the difference is that our magic will last a lifetime instead of just vanishing when the clock strikes 12!
And, the magic wand will be in your hands instead of ours!
This time it's not some metaphor. It is actually a wand!
No, that's not some Dumbledore wand we are talking about.
It's a different kind of wand meant for your skin and hair problems and lets you live your dream!
A high-frequency facial wand,
High-frequency facial wands are beauty device that uses high-frequency electrical energy to stimulate the skin. These devices improve blood circulation, promote collagen production, and help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Jackpot!
The beauty world and popular influencers have been on the edge since this product was introduced.
The type of wand that deals with all your skin, making your appearance better than ever!
Let's get to know what the hype is actually about!
What Is High-Frequency Treatment?
High-frequency treatments have become quite popular due to their promising results, and several celebrities/influencers are jumping on the bandwagon to give this magic treatment a shot!
So what actually is it?
A high-frequency treatment is a type of therapy that uses electrical energy to stimulate the cells in your body.
The electrical current is created by a machine that produces high-frequency waves. These waves can penetrate your skin and underlying tissue, which is why the therapy is sometimes called "deep tissue stimulation."
If you've ever had a high-frequency treatment at a spa, you may have noticed that the therapist places what looks like tiny metal rods on your skin. These are electrodes, and they play an essential role in this process.
The electrodes generate a high-frequency electrical current that creates heat within the tissue.
The high-frequency therapy can also help heal wounds, reduce cellulite, and temporarily tighten the skin.
That's a whole load of skin problems!
All being solved by one single magical treatment!
The Origin of High Frequency
You must have had the luxury of lying down at a comfortable spa chair and letting your esthetician do the magic with a machine that gives you some tickles.
The esthetician told you it's a high-frequency treatment that solves all your skin problems like they never existed.
Have you ever wondered how something like thermal current could do wonders to your skin?
Let's learn who invented high frequency and how it became a popular beauty treatment.
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American electrical engineer and inventor who began experimenting with high-frequency electricity, which he believed had many potential applications.
Tesla believed that high-frequency currents could be used to treat various ailments.
(All hail Tesla! Hey, stop thinking about Elon Musk's Tesla!)
Later, a French biophysicist, Jacques-Arsene d'Arsonval, came up with the idea of treating skin diseases and other skin problems with the help of high frequency. (Piffard, Henry G, 95-98)
Today, several estheticians and dermatologists are using this unique yet promising technique to treat several skin problems.
Are High-Frequency Treatments Safe?
If you're giving yourself some silly excuses and feeling a tinge of fear to give this magic a shot, then keep reading!
High-frequency treatments are usually well-tolerated, but there are a few potential side effects to be aware of. (Don't worry! Nothing too biggie!)
The most commonly known side effect is redness or irritation of the skin. This is usually mild and temporary, but it can be more severe in some cases.
Other possible side effects include swelling, itching, and burning.
Don't be a lazy bee if you experience any severe side effects! Stop the treatment and see a doctor right away.
Overall, high-frequency treatments are safe and effective for most people, but it's essential to be aware of the potential risks.( Wang, Jordan V., et al,1585-1589)
What Are The Benefits Of High-Frequency Treatment?
If you're wondering why every time you open TikTok, 1 in 20 videos is about high-frequency treatment.
Well, it's all because of its incredible benefits!
High-frequency treatments can help to improve the appearance of the skin. The high-frequency current produces a thermal effect in the tissue, increasing blood circulation and triggering collagen production.
As a result, high-frequency treatments can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and improve skin tone and texture. (Meyer-Rogge, Dirk, and Rösken Frank)
Not only this, but high-frequency treatments can also help to kill bacteria and reduce inflammation, making them an effective acne and scars treatment. (Lacarrubba, Francesco, et al, 1683-1688)
(Hey there, acne haters!)
Hop on the bandwagon and see the results yourself!
In-Office vs. At-Home High-Frequency Treatment
Are you a lazy bee? Who doesn't like stepping a foot out after work? Let alone going to a spa and getting yourself pampered.
Congratulations! You can now get the same results with a high-frequency facial wand, just like those luxurious beauty bars.
But if you like going out and getting pampered, then we won't stop you from having a high-frequency treatment there.
So what is the real difference between in-office and high-frequency home treatments?
Let's find out!
One key difference is the intensity of the treatment. In-office devices are much more potent than home devices, which can penetrate deeper into the tissue and offer more dramatic results.
But all of it requires a great deal of time, and you must schedule appointments according to your esthetician.
Even if you're Richie Rich, do you have time to manage appointments, lie on the chair, and think about all the past mistakes you've made? Uh, we don't think so!
Home devices like facial wands, on the other hand, are gentler and cause minor discomfort. They may not provide dramatic results, but they can be used more frequently without causing side effects.
Another difference between in-office and high-frequency home treatments is the cost. In-office treatments can be expensive, especially if not covered by insurance.
On the other hand, home devices are relatively affordable and can be used as often as needed.
Ultimately, deciding whether to choose in-office or home high-frequency treatment depends on a variety of factors, including a budget, the severity of the condition, and personal preference.
How To Find The Best High-Frequency Facial Wand?
Now the invention of the magic wand has caught your attention, and you've decided to spend some hard-earned money and get the best one.
But which one is actually the best?
The one that lets you bid farewell to acne, blemishes, scars, and spots and doesn't make your thirties a thing to worry about.
The all-new Nutriskin™ High-Frequency Therapy Wand is the ultimate solution for anyone struggling with acne, blackheads, or wrinkles!
It's kind of like killing infinite birds with one stone!
We know you want some more juicy details about this product.
Hear us out!
This powerful little device uses two types of electrodes – argon gas and neon gas – to deliver baffling results in a fraction of the time of traditional treatments. (Bye-bye, long hours of spa treatments!)
Argon is excellent for clearing up pimples and acne, while Neon provides terrific anti-aging benefits by triggering an increase in collagen and elastin production to soften skin and reduce wrinkles.
Let's celebrate your thirties without being thirsty for expensive anti-aging creams that lead you nowhere!
We all know that acne is quite a painful journey. When our skin starts clearing up, we are left with those stubborn marks and scars in the loving memory of our tiring journey.
What if we tell you you can scratch the memory of your acne from your mind and your face?
The Nutriskin wand enriches oxygen molecules to push away toxins in the blood vessels and accelerates the healing of acne scars and blemishes.
Thanks to this facial wand, we can now permanently close the doors of our painful journey!
A bonus feature that we are all excited about is that you can also solve your thin and dry hair problems with this device! As Nutriskin high-frequency wand nourishes hair follicles for thicker, fuller hair.
It comes with four different tube attachments that work for four different problems!
Also, it's a little portable device that can fit in your bag and be your travel partner anywhere and everywhere.
Attach, massage, and you're done!
Piffard, Henry G. "A Contribution to High-Frequency Technique." Archives of the Roentgen Ray 9.5 (1904): 95-98.
Meyer-Rogge, Dirk, and Rösken Frank. "Facial skin rejuvenation with high frequency ultrasound: multicentre study of dual-frequency ultrasound." (2012)
Wang, Jordan V., et al. "Efficacy and Safety of High-Intensity, High-Frequency, Parallel Ultrasound Beams for Fine Lines and Wrinkles." Dermatologic Surgery 47.12 (2021): 1585-1589
Lacarrubba, Francesco, et al. "Clinical and ultrasonographic correlation of acne scars." Dermatologic Surgery 39.11 (2013): 1683-1688.
Bennett "High Frequency Treatments" (2013)
Deven Hopp "High Frequency For Acne: A Complete Guide" (2022)
James McIntosh "History Of High Frequency Facial Machine" (2019)
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