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Utilize state of the art natural technology to energize and detoxify your facial derma for a radiant cellular glow. We've developed a comprehensive non-invasive four stage natural treatment suitable for every skin type and proven to help stubborn conditions. Skin is primarily made up of hemaglobin, melanin, and water and we use special technologies to enhance skin function and health. Welcome to the future of skincare. 
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STAGE 1 - Radio frequency facial tightening therapy utilizes radio frequency (RF) energy to heat facial tissue, stimulating collagen production under the skin. This procedure improves the appearance of the skin by reducing fine lines and tightening loose skin. A favorite treatment among the likes of Jennifer Aniston, radio frequency facial therapy operates on a lower frequency of light waves to penetrate the skin to a deeper level. This deeper penetration can help to improve the skin’s tone and structure.


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STAGE 2 All high frequency facial machines function by using a glass high frequency electrode to treat various contours of the face and body. When applied to the surface of the skin, a mild electrical current passes through the neon, or argon gas filled glass electrode, causing it to emit a subtle glow and buzzing noise. Depending on the inert gas that they are filled with, the electrodes produce either a neon red/orange or violet/blue light. Traditionally, acne prone skin is treated with violet and aging skin is treated with red, however, recent studies show that both are effective regardless of the skincare concern.

During the high frequency treatment, enriched oxygen molecules are produced that create an anti-bacterial action and a "natural" thermal tissue warming. This reaction helps your blood vessels push away toxins, while the cells in your skin are enriched with nutrients and hydrating volume. This in turn creates an increase in blood circulation and cell renewal that supports increased levels of collagen and elastin. The skin is left feeling instantly energized and noticeably softer after just one treatment.

High frequency has proven to be effective on almost any skin lesion from acne and burns, to waxing procedures and cold sores. High frequency facials are considered to be a safe, gentle and therapeutic approach to skin rejuvenation, quickly healing and restoring your skin’s health.

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STAGE 3 - Infrared laser facials trigger anti-inflammatory vasodilation and biochemical changes within cells which can be compared to the process of photosynthesis in plants. The technical term is known as photobiomodulation. Light with a wavelength in the red or near infrared spectrum (typically 660-1000nm) is used on treatment sites because of the wavelengths ability to penetrate into the skin, as well as soft and hard body tissues.


As the target site is exposed to the Class IV laser, photons emitted by the laser reach cells where the chromophores of mitochondria can absorb the photons and produce chemical kinetic energy. This absorption results in a stimulation of cell metabolism and other pathways responsible for wound healing, such as cell mitosis, protein secretion, cell proliferation, and DNA synthesis. 


STAGE 4 - Enjoy a deep freeze for the sake of an improved appearance, the cryo facial is just another part of a beauty regimen. But what is a cryo facial? The supercooled air vasoconstrict the dermal layers stimulating anti-inflammatory bloodflow response which simultaneously promotes collagen production. According to Dr. Doris Day, a New York City dermatologist, the procedure “removes the outer dead layer of skin cells and stimulates the new ones underneath them to grow in a more even, smooth distribution.” Day continues to explain, “There are various ways to do this—you can use heat to gently burn it off, chemicals to melt it off, an abrasion-like microdermabrasion... dermaplaning... or cool it off with a certain temperature of cold air.” In the case of the cryo facial, cold air is used -- really cold air.


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STAGE 5 - "When used consistently, over time, LED lights are thought to penetrate your skin at different depths and cause various reactions in your skin, such as fighting acne-causing bacteria, plumping skin and reducing wrinkles," says Los Angeles-based dermatologist Dr. Annie Chiu, who tells me that the most common LED lights for skin care are blue and red, though pink and white exist as well. "Blue light kills bacteria that causes acne and red stimulates collagen production and helps speed skin's natural healing process," she explains. This makes it a great option for anyone who wants to brighten up dark spots. White light, which is often found only in in-office treatments, is thought to penetrate the deepest to tighten and reduce inflammation. Sounds like voodoo magic, sure, but there are myriad studies that back it up, too."

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RED - The red bioactive light with wavelength 625 nm can penetrate into the bottom later of the​ skin under 3.7 - 3.9 mm, activating the tissue of the fascia layer for collagen and muscle health.

GREEN - Wavelength 520 nm is neutralizing, balancing, and stabilizing which can reduce oil secretion, balance the proportion of water and oil, improving lymph and edema, as well as relieving mental tension.

BLUE - Blue light of 415 nm acts on the skin surface, balancing sebum production and killing bacteria that live on your skin. Blue light also has an anti-inflammatory effect useful for treating mild to moderate severity acne.

CYAN - Enhances the energy of news cells for metabolism, controlling secretion of oils.

YELLOW - Exposure to 590 nm yellow improves cell oxygen, energy, decomposition of pigment, promoting lymphatic detox. Yellow also improves skin roughness, wrinkles, skin redness, and immunity.

PURPLE - Red and blue light simultaneously can promote new cell growth, accelerating exfoliation, bringing better color and 'glow', greatly enhancing the youthful and anti-aging benefits of LED facial therapy.


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