RF Skin Tightening Treatment Cautions
1. Before the treatment, both the therapist and client should remove the Metal jewelry such as finger rings, ear rings, necklace, etc. Do not touch any metal products during the treatment.
2. Before treatment on face, the client's hair should be wrapped; this can prevent the hair from touching the RF heads. Or you will smell burning.
3. The RF machine should not be used in humid situation. The electrode probe must be fully in contact with skin
4. All the RF heads should be cleaned by 75% alcohol after finishing the treatment. Do not scratch the RF heads.
5. Client's treatment area should be cleaned completely.
6. Do not make the RF electrode stay on any part without moving. Keep it moving on skin slowly.
7. The therapist should wear disposable glove or latex glove during the treatment to anti-static electricity.
8. It is recommended to take 2-3 treatments every week.
9. Skin around eyes and forehead is very thin, the RF output intensity should be relatively lower.
10. Before the treatment, you should apply cream, gel or serum (If you want skin tightening, you’d better use the gel or cream that can treat wrinkles, this can help you get better result) before treatment. It is to help smooth operation and better energy conduction.It's easy for you to purchase the gel in your local. They are provided in beauty shop or clinics.
CONTRAINDICATIONS for RF Skin Tightening Treatment
1. Someone with Pacemaker or internal defibrillator.
2. Metal or other implants (such as silicon) in the treatment area.
3. Current or history of skin cancer, as well as any other type of cancer, or premalignant moles.
4. Severe concurrent conditions, such as cardiac disorders.
5. Pregnancy and nursing.
6. Impaired immune system, such as AIDS and HIV, or use of immunosuppressive medications.
7. Diseases which may be stimulated by light at the wavelengths used, such as history of Systemic Lupus Erythematous, Porphyria, and Epilepsy.
8. Patients with a history of diseases stimulated by heat, such as recurrent Herpes Simplex in the treatment area. May be treated only following a prophylactic regime.
9. Poorly controlled endocrine disorders, such as diabetes or Poly Cystic Ovary.
10. Any active condition in the treatment area, such as sores, psoriasis, eczema, and rash.
11. Use of medication and herbs known to induce photosensitivity to light exposure at the wavelengths used, such as Isotretinoin (Accutane) within the last 6 months, tetracyclines, or St. John's Wort within the last 2 weeks.
June 4th, 2015