2. Reduce wrinkles
3. Reduce the size of the circumference
4.Tighten the skin
5. Reduce stretch marks
6. Excrete wastes and stimulate blood circulation.
1. Inflammation or infection on the treatment areas
2. Have potential to be cancer or have cancerous cells on the treatment areas
3. Neurological degeneration
4. Heat intolerance on the treatment areas e.g. herpes
5. Peacemaker implantation
6. Metal device implantation on the treatment area except dental restorations
7. Uncontrolled Thyroid disorders
8. Varicose veins
9. Pregnancy or IV fluids therapy
10. Skin symptoms related to autoimmune diseases.
11. Injection or silicone implantation on the treatment areas
12. Depend on the discretion of the doctor
Patients who should consult a physician before treatment
1. Botox injections on the treatment area (avoid the Botox injection at least 1 month before the treatment)
2. Breastfeeding women
4. Laser treatment and chemical peeling within 1 month before the treatment
5. Scars, wounds, or recent abrasions on the treatment area.
6. Abnormal capillary vasodilation
7. It is not recommended to treat the area above the thyroid gland.
8. Constantly use of vitamin A acids (such as roacutane).
9. Recent filler injection
10. Recent surgery
11. Rosacia (Except for face, the treatment can be done in every part of the body)
Maintenance and warnings
1. Remove all jewelry or metal materials
2. Clean the treatment area until it is free of lotions or cosmetics
3. In case of abdomen treatment, take food at least 30 minutes before the treatment
4. In case of facial treatment, should avoid laser treatment at least 2 weeks before *
5. In case of facial treatment, should avoid of Botox injections or fillers at least 1 month *
6. In case of facial treatment, should be kept at least 1-3 months from Fine Thread Lifting (FLT) *
7. Depend on the discretion of the doctor
1. Should drink 2-3 liters of water a day
2. Should avoid the facial sauna after the treatment.
3. In the case of body treatments, do not take a meal immediately after the treatment. Patients should wait at least 1 hour apart
Compiled by Research and Developement [ Revised 1/12/59 ]