How Radio Frequency Handle Does Radio Frequency Handle Work?
How Does RF Work?
RF works by emitting electromagnetic waves, which are emitted from an antenna and then transmitted through the air. These electromagnetic waves can be detected by other devices using similar technology, such as radar. They are typically measured by their wavelength and frequency, which is the number of cycles per second. RF signals are also characterized by their power density, which is the amount of energy flowed through a given area.
The RF handpiece used during treatments has a set of poles, both negative and positive, and it is attached to a pad on the skin’s surface. When the RF Radio Frequency Handle device is turned on, the pad provides a low-resistance path for the electrical current to return to its generator. The current passes through all layers of skin and even reaches the subcutaneous fat layer 20mm below the surface.
The RF energy causes a controlled “burn” in the top layer of skin, which triggers the body’s innate healing process. This results in the production of natural structural proteins such as collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. These protein productions improve skin elasticity and tightness, and they reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Other benefits include reduced cellulite and improved body shaping by decreasing the size of fat cells.