Hot sale Factory Intense Pulse Light(IPL)+Radio Frequency(RF) BLS 820C to Curacao Importers

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 Intense Pulse Light(IPL)+Radio Frequency(RF) BLS 820C to Curacao Importers

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Portable IPL+RF
 Intense Pulse Light Treatment Principle
Intense pulsed light hair removal is a new and advanced, long-term hair removal method. A client sits or lies in a comfortable position, and then a technician glides a wand-like tool, or handpiece, over his or her skin. The handpiece emits a beam of specially filtered light, which is absorbed by the hair and converted to heat. This heat disintegrates the hair and disables the hair follicle.

Radio Frequency Treatment Principle
RF beauty equipment is the high-tech beauty equipment, great safety and no wound.
The collagen is the main structure of skin. However, the collagen and elastin will reduce and lack because of sun oxidation and air pollution as the time flies ,Assustainment of skin, flexibility fibre and collagen fibre would gradually lose elasticity and tensility.Sagging skin,or other visible signs of aging will appear.
The RF equipment has the cooling system of surface layer, and uses proprietary technology to deliver radiofrequency energy to the deep layers of the skin and its underlying tissue. The heat will accelerate the blood circle, lets the fibre structure shrink instantaneously, and stimulates the renewal of collagen. In response, the collagen shrinks and remodels over time, providing you with tighter skin, renewed facial contours.

Application
*Hair removal(Include Dark skin)
*Skin rejuvenation
*Red face, red nose, couperosis, spider veins.
*Age spots, sun spots, pigmentation troubles
*Acne
*Skin lifting
*Improve conditions of sagging skin
*Forehead wrinkle removal
*Breast lifting
*Shape body contour
*Hand care, effective on removal whelk and scars

Parameter
*Treatment Probe:3pc
No. 1 with 6filter( 15*50mm)
430-1200nm for Acne
480-1200nm for age spots, sun spots, pigmentation troubles
560-1200nm for Skin rejuvenation
590-1200nm for red face, red nose, couperosis, spider veins.
640-1200nm for hair removal
750-1200nm for hair removal on dark skin(optional)
No.2 big size RF probe for body treatment
No.3 small size Rf probe for face treatment
*Lamp longevity:60000shots
*RF Frequency:10M Hz
*RF output model: pulse & continue
*RF category:bipolar
*RF Energy 15-50J
*IPL Energy:15-50J
*Pulse Number:1-15 adjust
*Pulse Width:1.0-10.0 adjust
*Pulse delay:1-50 adjust
*Pulse type:single/double/triple
*Shot period:1-4second adjust
*Display:8.4 inch touch display
*Voltage:220V/110V
*Power:1000W
*Capacitance:3pc
*Cooling system:Wind+water+semiconductor
*Certifications:CE Medical,ROHS
*Pakcge size: 66*50*52+62*49*43cm
*N.W:50kg
*G.W:60kg
*Free part:laser glasses,funnel,goggles

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    In this tutorial, Chris Schach M.D., discusses treatment options for actinic keratoses. Common precancerous skin growths. Please visit our site for more information about dermatological conditions.

    Key Points
    *Consist of small pink areas of skin which are rough or scaly
    *Caused by chronic accumulative sun exposure
    *Considered a pre-cancerous condition

    Actinic keratosis, also known as solar keratosis, is a precancerous condition related to damage from chronic sun exposure. Affected persons develop small pink or red lesions which are rough or scaly, usually appearing on parts of the body which are not typically covered by clothing. In some cases, squamous cell carcinoma develops within these lesions, which is the rationale for their preventative removal. Any part of the body with consistent sun exposure, most commonly the face, scalp, ears, neck, arms and top of hands, may be affected . Actinic keratoses are usually 1 centimeter or less in diameter, generally slightly scaly (with occasional instances of lesions which become thick with scale, as with warts), and with a pink, red or brown color variation.

    Actinic keratoses most commonly affect fair-skinned persons, those who have trouble tanning (in other words, burn easily), those with light-colored (blue, green, hazel) eyes, and those with red or blond hair. Any person with excessive sun exposure, especially during their youth, is at greater risk. In addition, persons with weakened immune systems due to HIV, chemotherapy or organ transplant have a greater risk of developing actinic keratoses and skin cancers.

    Differential Diagnosis (Other conditions with similar appearance)
    Squamous cell carcinoma
    Bowen’s disease (squamous cell carcinoma in situ, a very thin noninvasive type of squamous cell carcinoma)
    Basal cell carcinoma
    Seborrheic keratosis
    Wart
    Benign Lichenoid keratosis

    Diagnosis
    Key Points
    *Diagnosis based on appearance and location
    *Skin biopsy may be performed to rule out malignancy

    Actinic keratosis is generally diagnosed based on appearance of the affected area. Health care professionals may biopsy the affected area to exclude malignancy.

    *Prevention is the most important factor in combating the disorder
    *All occurrences should be treated, as the disorder has the potential to become malignant
    *Several treatments exist to destroy the pre-cancerous growths. Most commonly cryosurgery (destruction by freezing with liquid nitrogen), 5-fluorouracil topically, Imiquimod cream topically, Photodynamic therapy, and chemical peel are all options to treat AK’s.
    *Self-examination is key in the timely recognitiont of actinic keratoses

    Prevention of actinic keratosis by moderating direct sun exposure is recommended. Prevention of sun exposure has been shown to reduce the occurrence of new lesions. Covering the skin with appropriate clothing during times of sun exposure, using sunscreen with a high Sun protection factor (“SPF”) of 30 or more, seeking shade during prolonged outdoor activities (or planning outdoor activities during the morning or evening hours), and even wearing clothing with an UPF rating can assist in prevention.

    If an affected area begins to change quickly or bleed, attention from a medical professional is recommended. Several options are available to treat or destroy the affected tissue, including the use of creams (fluorouracil, diclofenac, Imiquimod), cryosurgery, curettage (scraping), dermabrasion, chemical peeling, or laser treatments. Photodynamic therapy has also been shown to help in affected persons.



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