The Electric Cosmetic Treatments

By: Hispanic
A face lift is a famous medical procedure that dates back to a hundred years ago. The traditional face lift requires a surgical procedure with incisions made along the hairline and over the patient's ears. The skin is then stretched over the face, and the excessive skin is removed. Traditional face lifts can take up to several months to heal.

Just imagine how this cosmetic surgery was like when the first face lift was done in 1901. Still, despite the tremendous advances in modern technology, it still takes a few months before you see the changes from going under the knife. Combine this with the painful side effects and it is understandable why many have second thoughts on having a face lift, even with its reasonably high success rate.

Face lift machines were invented to create an effect similar to having a traditional face lift. However, instead of scalpel and anesthesia, the machine uses tiny electric currents to lift, tone and bring the facial muscles back to their original structure. This equipment is also ideal for removing wrinkles, lines, blemishes and acne scars. Additionally, it improves facial tissues, tone and texture, as well.

The electric currents emitted by the machine can be used at different levels to produce various results. Aside from the face, the machine can be used on specific body tissues, and produce similar effects like it did with the facial skin

A usual face lift treatment can take up to two sessions every week, and as much as four weeks for optimum results. Afterwards, the patient can ask for maintenance treatment every six weeks to observe the aftermath of the procedure. Increasing the number of sessions per week or intensify the level of electric currents from the machine would heighten the effects of the treatment.

Face lifts machines are efficient alternatives for the traditional face lift. For those who want a painless, less costly treatment, they are the best beauty solution.
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