Ultrasonic peel is skin cleansing procedure using a special device that creates ultrasonic waves and high-frequency vibration providing dead skin cells removal and rejuvenation of the outer layer of skin.
In other words, ultrasonic peel is a type of superficial mechanical peeling affecting the granular and the horny layer of skin.
This is a triple action procedure that helps to remove impurities from the skin surface, unclog the pores and exfoliate dead skin cells. Ultrasonic waves provide deep penetration of the active ingredients into skin enriching it with nutrients. The vibration also works as a massage boosting collagen production.
Effect on skin
Ultrasonic peel is recognized by experts as one of the most gentle face cleansing treatments that can significantly reduce acne, clean clogged pores, smooth wrinkles, improve hemodynamics and provide deep moisture and lifting effect by affecting only outer layer of skin without harming it. The procedure increases metabolism providing oxygen and important nutrients to the skin cells.
As it is a very gentle skin peel, it can be performed in any season without any risk of developing post-traumatic skin pigmentation or other undesired complications.
Whom this treatment good for
Ultrasonic face cleansing is an emergency remedy for dull face skin with imperfections. This is the best way to refresh your face and get a new look when you have no time to prepare your skin for an important event, but want to look gorgeous anyway.
If you have problem oily skin, you should combine ultrasonic peeling with mechanical face cleansing to achieve the best results.
This procedure is also suitable for dry and mature skin.
The frequency of procedures is appointed by a beautician individually. Usually it starts out with a series of sessions: at least 6 at intervals of 1-2 weeks. After that, ultrasonic cleaning of the face can be done once every 2 months.
Since both procedures — stress for the skin, the interval between them must be at least 2 weeks in order to avoid complications with the skin.
Yes, low frequency ultrasound (40kHz) generally works well on cellulite by focusing the ‘cavitation effect’ on the superficial fat tissue. Best results are obtained when the ultrasound is applied in conjunction with the radio frequency’ (RF) treatment which helps to tighten and tone the skin. Cellulite is the appearance of dimpled ski
If you have serious skin problems that cannot be solved by other methods, it’s worth giving preference to chemical peel. If you need to only lightly clean the upper epidermis, choose ultrasound.