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Futuristic Facials (T Singapore)

As technology improves, so do facials, even those done at the
hands of a facialist or a therapist. At Freia Aesthetics, clients
who come in for facials first undergo a comprehensive skin diagnostic
system. From there, a customised treatment can
be created


Serene Seah, the director of Freia Aesthetics, explains to me
that the machine uses three types of electric currents and one
high frequency wave. “The therapists adjust those currents so
clients are essentially having three or four treatments in one
session.

The therapists will then observe where you would
want to sharpen or sculpt the face and do so accordingly,” says
Seah. Some, like the galvanic current, uses continuous current
to reduce the stratum corneum’s (the outermost layer of
skin) resistance and thus allows active ingredients to penetrate,
while the low and medium frequency currents have the ability
to reshape the facial contours by lifting and toning the skin.

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