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The demand for noninvasive skin/aesthetic treatments has grown significantly over the past several years. The market was unwavering in its demand for pain-free, low-risk, and little-down-time treatments that are consistent in their clinical outcomes. Patients demand these kinds of treatments and doctors are more than willing to deliver them, once they prove their safety and efficacy in clinical trial settings.
The Sedona Face Mask with its integrated PEMF technology, which stands for Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field, is innovative in the aesthetic industry. The pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) sends short pulses of electrical current through the Sedona Face Mask placed over the face that induces magnetic fields through the skin and forms electrical currents, which change the electrical potential of charged receptors on the membrane of dermal cells and stimulate molecular and cellular reactions.
The PEMF of the Sedona Face Mask supplies frequencies of 3Hz, 7,83 Hz, 25 Hz and 1,200 Hz. The pulsed magnetic field flux up to 0,6 Gauss. The Sedona Face Mask with it’s PEMF technology has shown effectiveness for noninvasive treatments, including tightening of lax skin, smoothing of the appearance of cellulite, reduction of localized fat deposits, puffy eyes and softening of fine lines and wrinkles.
PEMF energy is not new in aesthetic medicine; in fact, it has been used by many plastic surgeons (before and after the procedures) and many aestheticians throughout Europe for many years. The effects of PEMF is well-recognized and includes immediate effects on collagen structure with the stimulation of dermal fibroblasts inducing a synthesis of new collagen fibers (known as neocollagenesis) and elastic fibers (known as neoelastogenesis).
Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields
PEMF has been clinically documented and proven to be beneficial for multiple ailing tissues ranging from bone to brain. The reason for these beneficial effects is because PEMF triggers a cascade of biological processes in exposed tissues without effecting nerve or muscle tissue. PEMF has been used extensively, effectively, and safely in the management of post-surgical pain and edema, the treatment of chronic wounds, and in facilitating vasodilatation and angiogenesis. Some studies suggest that PEMF may modulate the production of growth factors.
PEMF can be configured to modulate calcium-binding kinetics to calcium/calmodulin, which then activates nitric oxide synthase, and the relevant cascade ensues dependent upon stage of tissue repair process. The PEMF’s effects depend upon nitric oxide cascades leading to a biochemical process leaving visible physiological effects.
In the cosmetic medicine industry, PEMF is being used to significantly increase production of collagen fibers. The delivery of PEMF increases neovascularity, proliferates fibroblasts, collagen neosythesis, denaturation of existing collagen and contracts the elastin fibers.
Why Is PEMF Useful in Medical Aesthetics and what are the its benefits?
PEMF’s effects on collagen and fibroblast production levels make it ideal for medical aesthetics treatments. In fact PEMF offers optimal results in medical aesthetics treatments, including non-invasive cellulite reduction, body contouring, and skin tightening.
Meanwhile, PEMF delivers quick pulses of electricity via the Sedona Face Mask, inducing magnetic fields through the skin that alter the electrical charge of dermal cells. This results in an increase in collagen production via dermal fibroblasts and the stimulation of angiogenesis for healthy cell renewal. PEMF stimulates neovascularity, fibroblast proliferation, collagen synthesis, and the contraction of elastin fibers for smoother, firmer, healthier-looking skin.