RF For Facial Rejuvenation Background
Since the discovery of electricity itself, medical power has been recorded.
RF has been used in oral, ophthalmic, plastic and gynecological surgery for more than 70 years. Gradually, its use in dermatology, cosmetology, cardiology, neurosurgery, hepatology, and otolaryngology has gained momentum and popularity. Low-frequency communication is also used for physical therapy because it can cause muscle contraction. RF surgery traditionally uses electronic waves to cause frictional heating of the tissue to cut, ablate, ablate or coagulate the target tissue.
However, with the latest developments in cryogenic technology (using extremely cold materials) and information technology, non-ablative RF energy is the latest addition to the available treatment options for aged surfaces. With the introduction of cryogenic technology, RF energy can be transferred to the deep dermis and subcutaneous cortex while protecting the epidermis. Heating the area without damaging the outer layer of the skin results in microscopic changes in tissue and collagen shrinkage, followed by collagen remodeling over the past few months.
How does It Work?
The high-frequency radio wave vibrates 1 million times per second, penetrate to the epidermis layer, directly to the dermis, deeply heating the collagen cells, then stimulate the growth of collagen fibers, which makes a lot of new collagen to support the skin and become more compact and elasticity. Then the skin becomes more tighten and lift.
The heat energy of RF can also cause fat cells broken, leading to a reduction of fat cells in the treatment area.
RF: higher accuracy, but slightly less than HIFU. The collagen fibers of the dermis layer are heated to 55C~65℃ to stimulate the collagen reorganization and regeneration of the rupture and atrophy. Suitable for people with slow aging.
Comparisons With Other Skin Care Techniques
Comparison with Fractional RF
Fractional RF: It is used to locate the treatment site before surgery, and then form the focal plane through the RF electric field, and the depth of the subcutaneous tissue is about 2.6~3.0 mm, burning the dermal tissue. The stimulated subcutaneous tissue mistakenly believes that the tissue is injured and sends a healing signal. By supplementing the ACMETEA repair factor, the subcutaneous tissue will produce a large amount of collagen and hyaluronic acid to repair the damaged part, and rely on collagen nutrition to re-repair and rejuvenate the skin.
Fractional RF: Large area heating. The skin can be heated to a temperature of 40 to 50℃ to produce new collagen. Suitable for people with slow aging
Comparison with HIFU
HIFU: It belongs to ultrasonic focusing therapy, which directly acts on the subcutaneous tissue fascia layer to achieve deep lifting so that the fascia and periosteum regenerate collagen can be obviously lifted, promote the regeneration of collagen in a period of time, improve facial wrinkles and partial muscle sag. Add ACMETEA repair factor to enhance the skin\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s fullness and moisture to prevent complications.
HIFU: Focused ultrasound focuses on a single point, precise focus heating, very targeted skin heating temperature up to 60~70℃, can promote collagen denaturation. Suitable for people over 40 years old.
1.The salons can use the rf function alone:
2.When use the rf do body contour, can combine with other treatment.
1.Facial, neck, eye around skin tighten lifting, wrinkle removal
2.Body massage burning fat cells
Side Effects And Risks
The side effects of RF are small, Most people have redness and slight swelling of the skin, which usually disappears within 1-2 days after treatment.
When using RF, it is best to use the gel to avoid burns caused by uneven skin heat.
The RF emits radiation, although experts say that it has no harm on the body, but some people are still sensitive to it. They will fill uncomfortable during the treatment, we suggest this kind of people do not use the RF.