High Frequency Facial

The facial device used for high frequency treatments stimulates the skin with the help of a mild electrical current. The high-frequency facial machine is fitted with an electrode that generates an electrical current when it comes in contact with the skin. This current helps tone the skin while rejuvenating and oxygenating it. High-frequency facial machines work in conjunction with high-frequency electrodes which are made of clear tempered glass which emit a small electrical current and help produce oxygen molecules which help

•eliminate toxins and acne-causing bacteria,

•increase collagen and elastin production

•encourage lymphatic drainage,

•exfoliate dead skin cells

•improve skin care product absorption

•reveal fresher, clearer and healthier skin

The high Frequency machines produces 2 gases which are already inside the electrodes depending on which electrode you are using will determine which colour of gas you will see, neon and argon.NEON- (shows as orange-ish or reddish light) is great for rejuvenating and oxygenating tired skin and help with anti-ageing treatments ARGON- (shows as violet light) is great for acne or oily skin related treatments, so it’s a great add on to any facial to boost the results Unlike many other energy-based devices, the current is not being passed through your skin. The resulting light is what treats various skin concerns. The production of enriched oxygen molecules between the electrode and your skin provides an antibacterial effect and slight warming of the tissues which helps push away toxins, increase blood circulation, and prompt cellular renewal. Because high-frequency therapy stimulates blood lymphatic flow, disinfects the skin, and heats the tissue, it can help support your body’s natural production of collagen and elastin, because high-frequency machine is so versatile, it can be combined with many other skin treatments.


Direct-high frequency is considered a timeless rejuvenating treatment for the skin.The first high-frequency appliance was developed in the late 1800s by the renowned scientist Nikola Tesla and he originally named it “Violet Ray” due to the purple gas it was producing.At that time it was specifically used for medical purposes to treat infections because it was particularly useful in the healing of wounds.In the 1970s European salons discovered the healing benefits of direct high-frequency electrical stimulation on the skin. A mere ten years after that, this technology became widely usedby skin experts.It was considered to be a very safe and non-invasive procedure with no side effects at all and it became extremely popular amongst therapists who used it to provide treatments for many skin conditions ranging from acne to wrinkles and even hair loss.


Course content:

Full practical demonstration and guidance throughout the day, learn the theory and practical application of hydrodermabrasion within a full facial routine.

Health and Safety at Work Law

 Sterilisation and Hygiene in the salon

Where to buy products and machines

Anatomy and Physiology relating to the course you are studying

Consultation process and an example of the consultation card.

Contra-indications and how to recognise them

Contra-actions

Pricing

Where to obtain insurance and details of professional associations.

Entry Requirement & Prerequisites

A qualification in facial is required ( this can be added on for £99)

 This is a professional days training and a model will be required for the day or you will be required too have a treatment.

Course manual and confirmation will be emailed to you on payment of deposit.

The classes are kept small to ensure quality training
Certificate will be issued on the day if you are competent in your practical skills
This course are accredited and insurable with Towergate insurance.

Price: £149

A £50 deposit is required on booking. The remainder can be paid on the day of training.