Description

A direct high frequency facial uses a glass electrode passed over gauze placed on the skin. This helps dryout spots and has an antibacterial effect, so is good for oilier skins or those with a few specific blemishes. An indirect high frequency facial uses a saturator held by the client to draw a moisturizing massage medium deeper in to the skin, and so is best suited for more mature or dry skin types.

Benefits

• improvement in acne
• reduction in enlarged pores and blackheads
• softening of fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin
• reduction in puffiness
• fading of dark eye circles
• improvement in the appearance of cellulite with regular use
• healthier hair growth
starts at 95.00