Due to continuous exposure to pollution, dust particles, and harmful sun rays, our skin develops wrinkles, dark spots, blackheads, acne, and pigmentation. There are many surgical and nonsurgical skin enhancement treatments available to make your skin look rejuvenated, spotless, and youthful.
In the non-surgical category, facial therapy is the most common and popular treatment.
There are two main facial cleansing techniques: hand and electrotherapy.
Manual facial treatment:
In this procedure, the therapist or beautician massages the face with his hands. No electronic equipment other than a steam engine is used in this process. The facial kits used in this procedure are oil or cream-based.
Depending on skin type, maturity, and skincare, essential oils, gels or moisturizers can be used. Gels are mainly used for oily and acne-prone skin, while oils or moisturizers are used for dry to normal and mature skin.
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Electrotherapy facial treatment:
This treatment mostly uses manual machines for facial treatments. There are basically three types of electrotherapy treatments that are most commonly used, depending on the skin type.
• Radiofrequency treatment: gauze is placed on the face and glass electrodes are placed on the face. This treatment is best for oily and acne-prone skin as it helps with dry spots and is antibacterial. Indirect frequency therapy is used for dry to normal skin types.
• Galvanic process: the active ingredient is applied deep into the facial skin by massaging a metal roller. Suitable for all skin types.