Pulse Electro Magnetic Field (PEMF)
Skin rejuvenation , healing and collagen synthesis
PEMF has been studied for decades and used for patients with cognitive disorders, bone injuries, osteoporosis, and healing wounds post-surgically. Most recently, it has been proven and used for cosmetic applications such as speeding up wounds, aiding in lymphatic drainage post-surgically, reducing bruising, healing acne lesions, and controlling rosacea.
How magnetic energy works at the cellular level:
Our body contains cells of different types. Cells will communicate with their surroundings and receive signals informing them of tasks that they need to perform. For example, a fibroblast, which is a type of cell in the skin that knows how to produce collagen and elastin fibers, receives signals that order it when to start and stop producing collagen. This communication is vital for the normal function of the cell. When we age, cell communication is slowing down, and our cells stop functioning properly, which cause premature aging and wrinkles appearance.
Cells communication through energy:
A signal can be a hormone (such as insulin) or other molecules, or it can be in the form of an electrical signal. Either way, the signal passes through the cell membrane, after which a complex process of signal transduction begins inside the cell. If we go back to the example of the fibroblast, the result of the signal may be to increase the rate of collagen production. Magnetic therapy is capable of generating electrical signals in the tissue and affecting the function of different elements in it.
How PEMF signals benefit our skin health?
It means that we cause very significant biological events in the body, which include improving vascularity, increasing the total fibroblast count, and synthesizing new collagen fibers. These events are increasing the oxygen in the tissue and more nutrients infused to the skin via improvement in the blood flow.
Acne and Blemishes
Lifting of the face
Skin tightening and rejuvenation
Speeding up the healing process
Increased cellular regeneration – the face will look more hydrated and smoother
Increased lymphatic drainage – the face will become thinner and less puffy
Reduced dark circles – the skin under the eyes will look lighter and brighter
The overall effect is lifted, tightened, fuller, smoother skin.
Common Brand Names : Venus Concept is the first and the only aesthetics company that was cleared by the FDA to use PEMF in their devices.
Venus Freeze™ Plus, Venus Legacy , Venus Versa, Venus Viva.
How much does PEMF RF Skin Tightening cost per treatment?
Average Cost: $400
Price Range: $300-600 per treatment area
All you need to know
Who is the best candidate for this treatment?
The best candidate anyone who is starting to see a decline in skin elasticity or early signs of sagging and wrinkles. Treatments are safe for all skin tones.
Current or previous cancer diagnosis
Pregnant or are undergoing an IVF procedure
Skin-related autoimmune disease
Silicone implants in the area
How long does the treatment take?
Each session takes just on average 30 minutes, depending on the size of the treated area. The treatment doesn't require special post care , you can come back to your regular activities immediately after the treatment.
How many sessions are needed to see results? Are they permanent?
Most patients receive six to eight treatments per area, though the exact number will depend on the area being treated. Following the final session, results will continue to improve for up to three to four months, but the treatments won’t halt the aging process altogether. Maintenance sessions are recommended every one to four months, depending on the results the individual wishes to maintain.
Is there any specific pre- or post-procedure care required?
There is no downtime and no precautions for this procedure .
Clinical Studies & More
It's fascinating how aesthetic solutions are directly linked to medical field . Here are additional examples what role Pulse Electro Magnetic Field plays in medicine and research.
PEMF & MEDICAL FIELD
PEMF has been studied for decades and has been used for patients with cognitive disorders, cardiac surgeries , bone injuries, osteoporosis, and healing diabetic wounds and post surgery wounds. Most recently it has been studied and used for cosmetic applications such as speeding up wounds, aiding in lymphatic drainage post surgically, reducing bruising, healing acne lesions and controlling rosacea.