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High Frequency D’arsonval Home Use Device

High frequency beauty device, known also as D’Arsonval or Darsonval machine, is used widely in cosmetology practice. High frequency portable face massager helps with acne, pimples, skin irritation. High frequency (D’Arsonval) apparatus is used for skin tightening and wrinkle reduction because of ability the high frequency electricity to increase blood circulation and supply skin with oxygen. High frequency electrical current will help with hair loss by blood circulation in hair follicle, which is the major reason of hair thinning. D’Arsonval portable beauty machine is for those who want: – Improve skin complexion (high frequency beauty device will tight the skin) – Get rid of acne, whelks and pimples (high frequency beauty device will kill the bacteria) – Reduce under the eye bags and dark circles (high frequency beauty device will stimulate lymph and blood circulation) – Reduce cellulite (high frequency beauty device will help to deliver the oxygen and remove toxins) – Prevent and stop hair loss (high frequency beauty device will stimulate hair follicle). POWER SUPPLY: US PLUG, 110V

Key features

  • NEW SPA High Frequency Skin care device is an excellent tool for anti acne treatment
  • skin tightening
  • sebum regulation, hair loss prevention
  • lymph drainage (reduce puffiness)
  • The kit includes: HF wand, 4 NEON glass electrodes, Manual.

Honest reviews

★★★★★

Okay to have…

This was a product I purchased and can’t remember why. I think I’ve used it a couple times (on my scalp)since I’ve had it. That’s what it is – it’s supposed to stimulate the scalp for healthier hair and hair growth. I guess it’s one of those things where you can say "I have that". Maybe if I use it faithfully I’ll see some kind of results.

Kara Henrietta, NC
★★★★★

Must have for acne sufferers

Home remedies and all other acne remedies would work. But, when you just have to pop that zit,make sure you zap it with this after.Its handy and works well. Well packaged and arrived in good time.Will recommend this to anyone interested.

Sydney Arcola, VA
★★★★★

Can see results

Okay, first–this thing looks very scary. Read the directions, there aren’t many. the reason…it is simple to use. I use regularly the spoon, mushroom & comb attachments. I have noticed that my skin is smoother and feels more relaxed after use and my moisturizer absorbs extremely nice after nightly treatments.You will "mildly" (again mildly) zap yourself until you get used to using the device. It barely stings but it should be in the directions so you don’t scare yourself (well, I scared myself the first time any way!).It is easy to use, rubbing alcohol cleans the tools (so that is simple and inexpensive), the storage box is nice and padded for the tools to slip in and out for use.Yes I can recommend this product, I do believe it is assisting maintain my skin quality, moisture absorption and relaxes the muscles in the face and neck after a stressful day.

Teresa Redfield, AR
★★★★★

Excelent product

look like in the photo work perfect the skin looks better inmediatly , great product I completly recoment thiscome on time too

Colette Monterey, MA
★★★★★

So many more options than another similar product I used to own

I like the high frequency and the way I can just switch and work on something else. This will be the only oxygen home device I want to use.

April Taylor, TX
★★★★★

Still working

I do not use this item as regularly as I would like, but when I visit my mom she always requests that I bring it to use on her. She describes her skin as feeling tighter.I ordered mine in October 2011 and it is still working just like new. It has a circular knob on the bottom that as it is turned 360 degrees it increases gradually. This still works on mine 2+ years later. You can hear and feel the different intensity levels. By hear I mean that it makes a buzzing noise that gets louder as the intensity level is increased.I do not seem to notice a difference between using the two different flatter heads (pictured 2nd and 3rd in main picture). Except that the 3rd on is more difficult to navigate because of the angle. I use the smaller one (pictured 1st) on identified acne spots. I have not used the comb-like (pictured 4th) attachment intended for the scalp.Cons: You have to be very careful when cleaning these attachments because they are made of thin-breakable glass.

Mariana Odin, IL