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RMD Technology: A behind the scenes look at the technology behind our Signature Facial

Written by Brittany Wielgosz


Posted on December 10 2018

Designed to support the treatment of skin texture, the smoothing of age-related expression lines, the tightening of pores and the toning of facial and neck muscles, the advanced technology of the Silhouet-Tone RMD delivers energy to the dermis and muscle tissue, where it safely elicits toning and skin rejuvenation responses.[1]

Calling upon 5 unique technologies, our Signature Facial prevents and reverses the signs of aging by applying: 

  1. Ultrasound Technology: Sound wave technology, free of radiation, that with the use of a small transducer (probe) and ultrasound gel emits sound waves that enter the body and react in various ways.  Ultrasound is absorbed by muscles, tendons and bones, elevating the temperature of surrounding tissues and increasing oxygen levels in the cells.

  2. High Voltage Pulsed Currents (HVPC): Pulsed currents of high voltage are delivered to the skin, and most frequently used to accelerate wound healing and assist with pain management.  Muscle fibres are renewed and repaired which positively affects tone and suppleness.

  3. High Voltage Short Pulsed Currents (HVSPC): Pulsed currents, shorter and slightly less intense in nature are delivered to the skin, impacting the permeability of the cellular membrane and eliciting synergistic effects when combined with HVPC.

  4. Galvanic Current: A type of electric energy, direct and constant in nature, that mixes positive and negative ions to pass through the skin, catalyzing a number of therapeutic effects as well as enhancing the penetration of active ingredients into deeper layers of the skin.

  5. Pulsed Micro-Currents: A form of technology that has been around for centuries and used to treat damaged muscles and tissues, applied in skincare treatments employs very low voltage electrical currents to lift sagging muscles and increase the production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), a molecule that energizes the cells and facilitates repair and renewal.