The classic facial treatments has helped clear the pores and refine the skin of millions of women (and men) all over the world. If you’re ready to take your monthly facial to the next level, consider the UltraDeep Vitamin Facial Treatment. Using a machine that emits high-frequency sonic waves, ultradeep vitamin facial treatments cleanse, repair and stimulate the skin. This is a medically proven treatment that uses ultrasound to loosen and remove dead skin cells and restores the natural electrical charge to cells. The process is safe: it doesn`t use crystals or chemicals and is perfect for sensitive, sun-damaged and acne prone skin types.
This high-tech facial uses a specialized ultrasonic/ultrasound machine that emits high-frequency waves. This treatment benefits a variety of skin types and can improve many common skin condi-tions. Your esthetician will customize your ultradeep facial according to your skin type and skincare needs.
The ultradeep vitamin facial is gentle, non-invasive suitable for most skin types, from acne to rosacea and sun-damaged skin. Your skin will have that lit-from-within glow, making it the perfect treatment to indulge in before a big event.
Mechanical effects : The mechanical effects include micro-massage of tissue, softening of scars, increased superficial toning, and increased elasticity of the skin.
Thermal effects : The thermal effects of ultrasound create friction and increase local heat. By increasing the metabolism of fibroblasts and other connective tissue cells, production of collagen and elastin increases. Increased temperature also stimulates blood flow to the area, bringing with it more oxygen and nutrients for healing. Another benefit of increased blood flow is an increase in lymph flow, which aids in removing toxins and waste products.
Chemicals Effects : Ultrasound helps increase the rate of chemical reactions in cells to facilitate healing. It also decreases the local pH and increases the permeability of skin cells--effects that favor the penetration of active ingredients in the epidermis.