Does the radiofrequency beauty instrument harm the face?With the changes of the times. Many people have higher and higher requirements for their appearance and figure. For example, our face shape, part of the face shape of a person is caused by the genes of the parents, and partly due to the inattention of the acquired oneself, which leads to facial obesity. Nowadays, people eat irregularly and overeating, turning the originally pretty little face into a big pie face. Now we want to be beautiful is very simple, there are many ways and methods at will, just like before, we can use plastic surgery to change ourselves. However, with the development of science, the chance of using plastic surgery is getting smaller and smaller. The radio frequency beauty instrument has been favored by the majority of friends. More and more people use radio frequency beauty equipment. Then the question arises, will there be any side effects when using the radio frequency beauty instrument, and what needs to be paid attention to. Now let's take a look at the RF beauty instrument and see if the RF beauty instrument hurts the face.Because the radio frequency beauty instrument is safe and painless to use, it saves treatment time and reduces risks. Not only can it remove deep nasolabial lines and other facial wrinkles, clinical effects in the United States, Germany, and Spain have shown that RF beauty can also target wrinkles and skin sagging almost everywhere on the neck, hands, chest, abdomen, limbs, etc. However, there are certain hazards in this, especially friends with allergies, and pregnant women must also stay away.


How can the radio frequency beauty instrument know if it is effective?How does it feel when I use the radio frequency beauty instrument? Now I feel that the skin is a little warm and the surface is not hot. Is it useful? It’s just that there are no wrinkles on the face, so I can’t test the effect by myself. Can you also know?The principle of the radio frequency beauty instrument is to heat the dermis to increase collagen and smooth wrinkles. Our skin has the ability to grow and repair itself. After skin injury, its ability to grow and repair is thousands of times faster than usual. The same is true for collagen. When it reaches 45-60 degrees within a certain period of time, it will stimulate the secretion of new collagen. . This kind is very scientifically based, and the radio frequency beauty instrument is currently the most ideal wrinkle removal instrument.


What are the functions of the radio frequency beauty instrument technology?

RF radio frequency technology is used to fill up wrinkles, eliminate scars, restore skin elasticity and luster, dissolve fat, and slimming. Main function ①Improve wrinkles: forehead lines, brow lines, crow's feet, nasal root lines, nasolabial folds, perioral wrinkles, neck wrinkles, etc., especially for frontal lines and periorbital wrinkles. It can also effectively remove stretch marks and other shrinking lines on the body. ②Tighten the skin: RF beauty can be used to tighten the skin after liposuction, and effectively remove the double chin. ③ Lean muscle: used for muscular calf shaping, masseter hypertrophy and face-lifting.

What Is LED Light Therapy?

If you deal with things like sagging, wrinkling skin, acne, and inflammation, you should try this. But how exactly can a device that emits bright lights help you get a clearer and more radiant complexion? We turned to dermatologist Dendy Engelman, MD, and Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Sheila Nazarian, MD, and asked them to give us the scoop on everything about LED light therapy. From what it is to how it works, they laid it all out in our comprehensive guide to this type of skin treatment.

LED means light-emitting diode. "It works by emitting infrared lights (causing heat) in different wavelengths/spectrums, which have different skincare benefits," says Engelman. "Amber light stimulates collagen and elastin. Red light is most commonly used to promote circulation. White light penetrates the deepest and works to tighten and reduce inflammation. Blue light kills bacteria."


She explains that during LED therapy, devices send light waves deep into the skin to trigger natural intracellular reactions. Depending on the light, your skin is going to respond differently. "If [the light is] red, your skin responds by building, strengthening, and maximizing cellular structure. Red light is also believed to target oil glands to reduce cytokines, which cause inflammation and play a role in chronic acne. In the case of blue light, specific wavelengths stimulate production of oxygen radicals that kill acnes bacteria, all without damaging skin," Engelman says.


Benefits of LED Light Therapy

  • Smooths fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Improves acne scars
  • Prevents breakouts by killing the acne-causing bacteria
  • Promotes circulation
  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Brightens skin

"The red infrared lights are used for fine lines and wrinkles. The blue lights are used to improve acne and prevent breakouts. Also, blue light penetrates deep to [treat] cystic acne," says Nazarian.

If you decide to go get an LED treatment along with a massage or facial at a spa, you really don't have to do much but lie there. "We place LED panels a few inches away from the patient's face," says Nazarian. "Eye protection is also placed as the lights are quite bright. We treat [the skin] for about 15 to 20 minutes. At first, it feels warm, but patients report really liking the feeling." The light doesn't cause any burns or skin damage. It's pretty much painless, and if you like lights, the colors can even be relaxing.

Potential Side Effects

As a noninvasive procedure without ultraviolet rays, LEDs are usually very safe for all skin colors and types. Side effects are rare, but note if you experience redness or increased inflammation. You might, though, want to talk to your doctor if you're taking any oral acne medications, like Accutane, cause it lets the skin super sensitive to light. 

The Final Takeaway

Although most say the results are fantastic, they're not permanent. LED light therapy should not be seen as the only solution for all skin problems, nor a substitute for a doctor's appointment. In other words, think of it more as a complement to give that boost to your skincare routine.