Several techniques, including the use of radiofrequency (RF) devices, are currently utilized for the treatment of skin aging. This study aimed to evaluate the anti-aging effects imparted by a home-based RF beauty device and to compare these results with those of a marketed anti-aging cosmetic.
The RF face beauty machine is made of high quality material, firm and durable for use. Clear buttons and screen display, simple operation. 3 kinds of probes are available, you can replace them according to needs. Adjustable working strength, bring you convenience. RF radio frequency acts on dissolving fat, detoxifying lymph, tightening skin, enhancing skin elasticity. Relieving eye fatigue, firming and lifting skin, fade wrinkle and dark circle, make skin slick and glossy. Promote the proliferation of collagen in the dermis, increase the thickness and density of the dermis, so as to achieve the effect of smoothing wrinkles, restoring skin elasticity and luster.
When acting on the skin, the collagen fibers in the dermis can be heated to 45°C-65°C, and the collagen fibers can shrink to tighten loose skin wrinkles. So as to achieve the effect of removing wrinkles, scars, and restoring skin elasticity and luster, so as to achieve the purpose of firming skin and removing wrinkles. The home-based RF beauty device was safe and effective for rejuvenation. The device was more effective than the commercially available anti-aging cosmetics.
In addition to RF technology, the device was combined with 630 ± 10 nm LED red light. It has been reported that 630-nm LED red light can rejuvenate the skin, as it increases the levels of type I procollagen and collagen types I and III and reduces the levels MMP-1 and MMP-2 in vitro. When using RF and red light, the synergistic effects would be maximized around the subcutaneous fibrous septae and epidermis . Gold et al. evaluated the safety, efficacy and compliance of a home device utilizing RF and LED energy to treat periorbital wrinkles and improve skin appearance . However, this study was limited because only periorbital clinical evaluation was performed, and no noninvasive testing equipment was used.