Acne is an affection that strikes a large part of the population, whether on teenage years or on the adulthood. There are various influences: hormonal problems, poor nutrition and genetic tendency are among the main factors.
It is very important that the type of acne is identified, so the treatment can be punctual and effective. The procedures are always based on the type and severity of the lesions, which are divided in levels from I to V.
When serious injuries occur or inadequate wound care that infects the area happens, scars that are difficult to conceal with only the use of cosmetics may appear. On this moment, the esthetic treatments of high technology are essential!
The high powered radiofrequency equipment are recommended for this treatment, because they provide a simultaneous warming on the superficial (dermis) and deep areas (hypodermis), creating various structural and metabolic reactions, as the collagen fibers contraction, skin retraction, the neocolagenesis and the increase of the lymphatic and blood circulation, improving the nutrient supply and oxygen of the cells.
The HTM Límine and Effect are radiofrequency equipment with the most recent technology on the market. This is an electromagnetic wave generator that maintains the tissue temperature between 40°C to 42°C.
The HTM scientific consultant Aline Marques says that this type of treatment is very democratic and can be used in every skin type. “Contrary to laser emission devices, the radiofrequency does not have affinity by the skin pigments, like melanin or hemoglobin, which characterizes a very extensive method”, she says.
The treatment with those devices does not alter the patient’s routine, and the results are visible on the very first session. As the sessions go by, there is a durable improving on the results.
It is recommend the undertaking of 4 to 6 sessions, with intervals of 7 to 15 days between each one, according to the clinical picture and evolution of each patient.
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