Ultrasound has been used all around the world in medical treatments and is now available for home skincare applications. Ultrasound skin therapy is a gentle alternative to dramatic plastic surgery procedures such as laser surgery, chemical peels, botox injections and other invasive skin rejuvenation treatments.
Ultrasound facial machine sends high-frequency waves from 1MHz to 3MHz: the lower the frequency of the oscillation is, the deeper the ultrasound waves will penetrate. These waves go deep into the skin: this produces fast repeated stretching and shrinking of the cell membranes which promotes collagen production and improves skin elasticity.
The vibration of these ultrasonic waves also breaks up and lifts the dead cells and the deposits of oil off the skin.
Lift and tighten the skin by stimulating skin to create new collagen.Collagen is known for its anti aging and regeneration properties.
Remove dead skin cells.
Reduce excessive oil and cellular debris from follicles to restore smooth youthful glow.
This therapy only uses enough energy to promote the healing of tissues, increase collagen extensibility and treat inflammation. As the high-frequency sound waves penetrate the layers of skin, the above are accomplished.
The Ultrasound treatment increases moisture retention as well. This leads to a more plump and filled out appearance. Wrinkles and sagging skin are diminished and overall skin tone is improved.
Besides skin firming and tightening Ultrasound skin therapy is well known for acne treatment.
As the millions of vibrations help breaking up the deposits of oil, dirt and dead cells, Ultrasound waves are efficient in fighting acne issues, resulting in cleaner and healthier skin.
This is also an excellent treatment for sensitive skins as it hydrates deeply the skin when used with a toner gel.
Microdermabrasion is not suitable for people with thin skin, since the pulls and tugs of the suction method can cause redness, bruising and broken capillaries. In the worst cause it might cause spots of bleeding. Sensitive skin cannot handle this treatment. We feel that microdermabrasion does more harm than good.
Ultrasound does not harm the skin cells, it’s using high frequency waves to penetrate deeply into the skin. The ultrasound wave removes dead skin cell in a gently way and promote collagen production. You won’t feel the vibrations at all. Some people might feel some tingling at the first few treatments. Ultrasound is good for all skin types, especially for sensitive skin.
Originally designed with spa’s in mind. The Fyola facial massager offers 4 different ultrasonic modes. They cycle through various power levels, providing professionals with the tools they need to treat various skin ailments.
In layman’s terms, each mode represents a different speed: the first mode provides a continuous flow of ultrasound waves and the 3 other modes provide a discontinuous flow, from a slow flashing with the 2nd mode to a really fast with the 3rd one. The 4rth mode is using a random function that will alternate slow and fast flashing.
As the 1MHz ultrasound waves emitted by Fyola LITE massager is almost always more than enough, we recommend you to use the 1st mode by yourself. While the product is completely safe for consumer use, advanced use of ultrasonic technology should be avoided without first seeking professional advice.
Ultrasound technology is both noninvasive and very safe. The high speed micro vibration of ultrasound waves penetrates deep below the skin surface, which is painless, safe, and gentle. Your skin won’t feel any discomfort and there are no side effects.
There is however the potential for the gases inside of tissue cell nuclei heating up. This is not common and when it does occur, it is described as a feeling of warmth or heat.
To avoid any surprise, individuals who have heart conditions, have pacemaker, or are pregnant may consult their doctor before using Ultrasound therapy.
Ultrasound therapy produces an immediate effect: your skin feels smoother and you notice some degree of firming and tightening after a few treatments.