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- Removes wrinkles, pimples and spots
- Clears, lightens, smoothes the look of skin
- Enhances blood circulation
- Enhances skin texture, decreases wrinkles, helps fight fatty areas
- Tightens and firms the skin texture
- Deep cleanses and moisturizes
- Improves elasticity
- Minimizes pores
- Space-saving design
- Adjustable intensity level power control
Ultrasound was developed in medicine, but more recently applied in beauty. With its triple-impact effectiveness, it brings surprising innovation to beauty care. It’s an exciting yet simple and powerfully effective tool to rejuvenate your skin. Ultrasound uses the cutting-edgetechnology of very high-speed, low-frequency sound waves that radiate invisible micro vibrations deep within cells, helping stimulate the skin’s natural repair mechanisms in distinct ways. Ultrasonic utilizes sonic vibrations; it works one million times per second. Ultrasound provides non-surgical lifting. The ultrasonic wave could stimulate skin tissue and improve permeability of the membrane to promote collagen tissue, reduce wrinkles, erase fine lines, lift the skin and result for a younger, healthier look. Ultrasonic generates frictional heat, which accelerates blood circulation, muscle relaxation, and decomposes the cellulite to break down excess fat. Ultrasound treatments are non-invasive, safe and suitable for all types of skin. Everyone can enjoy the benefits of this new and advance beauty technology.
In only 10-15 minutes daily, you'll experience dynamic changes in the look of your face: your skin will appear more youthful, smooth and healthy with the technology of ultrasonic. Ultrasonic massage reaches deeply into the skin. Ultrasound Beauty Massagers produce micro-vibrations, which are often used to help stimulate the body's recovery from illness and injury. Although invisible to the eye and undetectable by our skin, micro-vibrations can also reach fats that have built up in areas such as the lower abdomen, hips, thighs, calves or double chin in order to achieve slimming.
How to use?
How are ultrasound/ultrasonic massage applied in beauty technique?
Ultrasound beauty exploits the same technology that doctors use in antenatal scans for pregnant women, pain-killing effects, and possible benefits to healing of fractures and scar tissue----but in its beauty application it penetrates a few millimeters beneath the skin to reach the adipose tissue where cellulite is trapped.
Muscle and bone have been found to absorb more ultrasonic energy than other heterogeneous tissues because they better reflect the longitudinal waves of ultrasound, transforming them into transverse waves to create a warming massage effect. This happens most commonly in the areas between muscle and bone or between the muscle and tendon.
By applying ultrasonic waves to these areas, physical therapists can take advantage of this thermal effect to reduce inflammation and increase mobility in joints. Similarly in beauty, Ultrasound sets up invisible micro-vibration deep within in the cells, stimulating changes to the appearance of skin and underlying tissues, when used as an adjunct to best-practices routines for optimum health and beauty.
The development of ultrasound
Research on ultrasound began at the start of the First World War (1914), when the Allied forces used it to detect German submarines. Except for military purposes, it was only used for underwater research----until 1927, when the United States began to use ultrasound in bio-chemical research. In 1928, using ultrasound, the eastern Germans ran experiments to attempt curing loss of hearing and otosclerosis, and by 1939, ultrasonic therapy was born. Although ultrasonic development was interrupted by the Second World War, the UK, among other countries, actively refined ultrasonic therapy for rehabilitative purposes in postwar years.