high frequency facial treatment for acne & aging skin

high frequency facial treatment for acne & aging skin

High frequency facial treatments are often used by spa and salon professionals to assist their clients in addressing a range of issues including acne, enlarged pores, fine lines and wrinkles, puffy eyes, and hair growth. The technology has been shown to stimulate cell renewal and improve skin care product penetration and absorption by gently warming the tissues of the skin.

The safe oxygenating power of high frequency electrical current enhances blood circulation, increases collagen and elastin production, eliminates toxins and acne-causing bacteria, encourages lymphatic drainage, and safely exfoliates away dead skin cells to improve the appearance of the skin. In technical terms, the primary action of high frequency current is thermal (heat producing) and is characterized by a high rate of oscillation. Due to its rapid rate of oscillation, high frequency does not cause visible muscular contractions - instead, it works on the principle of gentle skin toning.

High frequency facial machinesand devices (traditionally referred to as "violet rays") vary in design and appearance however the underlying principle, technology, and operational functions are virtually the same. Most professional high frequency machines used in spas, salons and medical offices operate at a frequency of 100,000-2500,000+ Hertz (cycles per second). Compact versions of the technology may be purchased by professionals and home users experienced in the application of high frequency.

I am a big fan of the Jellen Portable High Frequency Facial Machine which operates at an oscillating electrical current of up to 250,000 Hertz (cycles per second) yet it is compact enough to use at home or in the treatment room where space may be limited. This system includes a full set of different sized interchangeable electrodes in either violet or orange and is intended for more experienced users and licensed professionals.

The Jellen High Frequency Facial Wand is an example of an "entry level" device that operates at an oscillating current of up to 100,000 Hz. This type of device is also quite effective and is designed for those who are new to the application of high frequency treatment. Also ideal for frequent travelers, these devices are lightweight and easy to use. They do not offer the ability to interchange electrode sizes and colors but do offer the convenience of portability for use at home and can be very effective when used in between spa visits or as part of one's regular skin care routine!

The first high frequency appliance was developed in the late 1800's by renowned scientist Nikola Tesla and was referred to as the Violet Ray. While it offers a number of functions, before the invention of 'modern' antibiotics it was largely used for medical purposes such as in the treatment of strep throat and other infections and to expedite the healing of wounds.

French biophysicist Jacques-Arsne d'Arsonval also did early work in the area of electrotherapy. In 1892 he introduced the use of high frequency currents to treat diseases of the skin and mucous membranes. High frequency is traditionally referred to as "D'Arsonval high frequency" or the "Tesla current".

In the 1970's, European salons discovered the cosmetic and healing benefits of high frequency electrical stimulation on the skin and by 1980, the the technology became widely used in North American by skin care professionals. Considered a very safe and non-invasive approach to skin rejuvenation, high frequency technology became quickly recognized by licensed aestheticians as the leading treatment for many skin conditions ranging from acne to wrinkles to hair loss.

High frequency facial machines work in conjunction with high frequency electrodes which are made of clear tempered glass and come in a variety different shapes and sizes to facilitate the treatment of various contours of the face and body. When the high frequency electrode is firmly inserted into the high frequency hand piece, a gentle alternating electrical current is generated by the high frequency machine which then passes through the attached glass electrode upon contact with the skin. This contact ignites the inert gas within the electrode which produces healing electrical light energy and unstable oxygen which instantly converts into purifying ozone. In other words, when mixed with the air outside of the electrode, the electrical current infuses the skin with rejuvenating oxygen molecules and a therapeutic zapping or tingling sensation is experienced.

In treating aging skin, high frequency current firms and tones by causing an immediate circulation rush to the skin in addition to subtle tissue warming. These functions cause a very safe and natural contraction of the underlying blood vessels and tiny muscle groups. The dilation of the underlying vessels pushes away toxins, while the cells enjoy a feast of increased nutrients and hydrating volume. This result is in an increase in blood circulation and cell renewal as well as increased production levels of Collagen and Elastin which soften and smooth away wrinkles, reduce pore size and improve overall skin texture.

The application of high frequency current to the skin also promotes a natural cleansing and antibacterial action that helps treat existing acne and prevents the onset of new acne. Clients experiencing cystic acne will benefit greatly from the deep penetrating germicidal action of high frequency. The skin is left feeling instantly energized, rosy, firm, refreshed and noticeably softer - even after just one treatment. The enriched oxygen molecules produced by high frequency machines are safe and have been proven to be effective in helping to heal and restore the skin's health. High frequency is used to treat a range of concerns from skin lesions, acne, waxing procedures and cold sores to fine lines, sagging skin and puffy eyes. Common areas of treatment include the face, neck and scalp but high frequency can be used on the entire body including the back.

The power level and output strength of a high frequency machine is ultimately measured by the high frequency oscillation rate (measured in Hertz), NOT by the level of wattage! It is important to choose a portable high frequency facial machine that operates at a relatively LOW wattage level (anything less than 10 watts) and a high rate of oscillation (>100,000+ Hz). This optimal combination is a signal of efficiency in operation and output.

I have highlighted a list of recommended home high frequency facial machines above. A quality portable high frequency machine operating at a low level of wattage is more efficient at producing high frequency current, and will last much longer than inexpensively manufactured units running at higher levels of wattage. A portable high frequency machine operating at a HIGH level of wattage (10+ watts) can signal a red flag. Typically, such machines are not as efficient because they have to work very hard to generate the same electrical current output, and are much more prone to internal damage and early coil burnout due to overheating.

Quality high frequency electrodes are typically made of tempered glass and filled with either 1) argon gas which produces a subtle violet colored glow, or 2) neon gas which produces an orange glow.The high frequency electrode acts as a safe conductor of the current. High frequency is a wonderful holistic treatment offering a host of benefits for many skin care concerns ranging from acne to wrinkles.

Traditionally, the violet electrode is used by professionals to treat acne prone skin. An extremely small amount of ultra-violet light is emitted when the violet electrode makes contact with the skin. Such brief and low level UV exposure is considered very safe (non-skin damaging) and provides excellent anti-bacterial and healing benefits.

The orange electrodes are generally indicated in the treatment of aging skin because they are said to direct more warmth to the treatment area which promotes blood circulation, encourages cellular turnover and improves product penetration.

High frequency electrodes are available in a variety of convenient shapes and sizes to facilitate the treatment of different areas of the the face and body. The most commonly used electrode shapes include:

High frequency facials offer a safe and gentle alternative to dramatic plastic surgery procedures, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, Collagen and Botox injections and other invasive skin recovery procedures. When using high frequency for anti-aging purposes, results can vary by individual and skin type, are gradual, and do not occur overnight! Although high frequency has been shown to produce an immediate and temporary lifting effect, continued daily application can provide more cumulative long-term, lasting results. Interestingly, many acne sufferers have found improvements in their complexions after only a few days of use.

Sometimes the body can become immune to certain acne medications if used over an extended period of time. When combined with an effective acne treatment lotion, regular application of high frequency keeps the acne away long after other expensive medications and treatments can fail. High frequency gently cleanses the skin of acne-causing bacteria and unwanted toxins while making the skin more receptive to acne lotions, creams and other skin treatment products. The results can be extremely dramatic - even after only a few treatments! Try to select an acne product that is effective yet gentle on the skin such as Clear Skin Acne and Scar Solution. My personal favorite has always been ProActiv's 3-Step System which uses a specially formulated blend of micro-crystal benzoyl peroxide to attack the acne cycle to clear current blemishes and help prevent new ones from forming. I like these systems because they are effective in combination with high frequency yet gentler on the skin and do not not cause excessive redness. Many of our clients have reported excellent results using these two lines of acne topicals together with our Jellen High Frequency Wandand our Jellen Professional-Grade High Frequency System (for licensed professionals).

With regular use, high frequency facials can be quite effective at reducing the size of enlarged pores, softening skin, controlling excess sebum production and eliminating the occurrence of blackheads. The gentle spray of oxygen molecules produced by the high frequency current diminish enlarged pores by penetrating deep down into the root of the affected area and cleaning out unwanted debris and toxins allowing the pore to quickly regain its natural size once again. I have found that the best products to use in conjunction with high frequency treatment to help shrink down large pores are clay or mud masks. Oshi Glows makes an excellent healing Facial Clay Mask that contains gentle ingredients such as Bentonite & Kaolin in addition to ocean mineral rich kelp and spirulina to reduce inflammation and irritations and give your skin a healthy, radiant glow and Pure Body Naturals offers a best-selling Dead Sea Mud Mask product that as it dries, pulls out the toxins and excess oils from the skin and helps shrink down the size of your pores.

The oscillating action of high frequency can increase blood circulation, which in turn nourishes the skin's surface and renews underlying cells. It also produces an enriched form of oxygen, which can provide the skin with a firm, youthful, vibrant glow. It can diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, tighten double chins and jowls and improve overall skin texture and tone by promoting increased collagen production. Be sure to follow up treatment with a high quality, organic topical such as Jellen Organic Hyaluronic Acid Illuminating Serum which contains natural brighteners and other organic ingredients to help even out skin tone, improve texture and restore elasticity and suppleness to dry, aging skin by reinforcing the skin's protective barrier function. This serum is also ideal for those with combination or acne-prone skin as it is non-oily, easily absorbing, light-weight does not clog pores and contains a host of skin calming organic botanical extracts.

The pulsating "oxygenation" action produced by high frequency current aids in lymphatic drainage and disperses excess fluid while increasing blood circulation. The result is a reduction in the appearance of congested, tired, puffy eyes. High frequency also helps the skin more efficiently absorb skin care products thereby extending their effectiveness.

New scientific research has shown the cause of severe dark eye circles to be broken capillaries that have leaked hemoglobin, creating a red-blue pigment deposit under the eyes. High frequency creates a circulation rush in the area and helps your current under eye product penetrate deeper into the skin tissue. The application of high frequency can be very effective at fading dark under eye circles resulting in a fresher, brighter, more youthful looking appearance.

With regular use, high frequency treatment can be very effective at reducing reducing the appearance of cellulite when used in conjunction with a quality cellulite product (see below for recommendations). For years, the skin care industry has relied on this same high frequency, oxygen molecule producing technology to aid in lymphatic drainage, gently exfoliate the skin, increase blood, circulation, assist in the production of collagen and elastin and promote healthy cell metabolism. The result: smoother, firmer, more refined skin.

Through its rapid oscillation, high frequency current improves the process of nourishment, gently exfoliates the skin, promotes local blood circulation, stimulates local glandular activity, supplies heat to the area which is soothing to the nervous system and significantly improves the scalp's receptiveness to and the overall effectiveness of post-treatment hair growth formulas. For many years, hairdressers have used high frequency current technology to revitalize scalp conditions which can aid in promoting healthier hair growth. For more on hair loss solutions, please see: 6 Natural Ways To Stimulate Hair Growth.

It is important that any high frequency facial machine operating at over 5 watts offers a three-pronged power supply plug. The third grounding pin is a critical safety feature that prevents against the risk of shock to you or damage to your high frequency facial machine during operation. Superior quality portable high frequency machines will offer a three-pronged power plug for safety.

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remote learning at stc - st teresa of calcutta school - schwenksville, pa

remote learning at stc - st teresa of calcutta school - schwenksville, pa

The 2019-2020 School year turned out to be an unprecedented school year for St. Teresa of Calcutta. On March 12th the Governor announced that he was closing all schools in Pennsylvania.On March 16th our faculty, staff, and parents embarked on a new journey called Remote Learning. This new way of learning took everyone out of their comfort zone and while at times difficult, our faculty rose to the occasion and made the best out our new normal. Below is some of the innovativeways that learning continued at STC. Our principal, Ms. Dixon, started our mornings with morning prayer and announcements on Facebook Live. Kindergarten used their school website, Seesaw and Zoom to stay connected.

Check out what Mrs. Moloney is doing for Technology class She isusing screencastify. Here is a refresher video she did for the latest project she was doing with fifth grade.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sLvG8wPouW1ze7NQkJnd5B0ITig14IQM/view?ts=5e70e376 Mrs. Carpenter used Google Classroom to assign Art and Gym assignments. Mrs. Malloy used Google Classroom to assign Music assignments. Students continuedutilizing our Rosetta Stone program for Spanish.

neutrinos to give high-frequency traders the millisecond edge

neutrinos to give high-frequency traders the millisecond edge

Eighty some years after Wolfgang Pauli first postulated its existence, the lowly neutrino is now on the cusp of being harnessed to facilitate automated high-frequency trading through earth itself. That is, if this weakly-interacting, electrically-neutral subatomic particle can be successfully time-encoded and pointed from one financial center to another.

Most neutrinos are leftover relics of thermal reactions that took place during the Big Bang, some 13.7 billion years ago. Today, however, theyre artificially generated inside nuclear reactors, or in particle accelerators like those at Europes CERN outside Geneva and the U.S. Fermilab near Chicago.

To produce encoded neutrinos, you would need an accelerator which you can control, in order to accelerate protons to high energy, then slam them into a target and let the resulting secondary particles decay into neutrinos, said John Learned, a particle physicist at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. The higher the energy, the better the neutrinos would point.

Because neutrinos travel at the speed of light, traders using the technology would on average have a nearly 30 millisecond time advantage, with participating London and Sydney brokerages garnering a full 44 milliseconds.

High-frequency traders are notoriously secretive about divulging trading times even to colleagues within their own firms, since any such time-dependent trading edge can be fleeting. But many programmed trades are now known to take place within milliseconds or less.

Thirty milliseconds is a lot of time in high-velocity trading, said former J.P. Morgan Chase options trader Espen Gaarder Haug, an expert in automated high-frequency trading, and a professor of finance at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences near Oslo.

In theory, options trading would provide the most leverage with this neutrino technology, says Haug. But such technology could also bring new opportunities in what Haugs calls classic international arbitrage, specifically when dealing with securities that are listed on a number of separate exchanges. As Haug explains, in principle, the trading price on any given security should be the same in two different markets. But in instances when that is not the case, Haug says, a trader could buy the same security cheaper in one market and sell it higher in another, locking in a profit. But the essence of all such arbitrage involves the speed of communication.

The cities with the longest distance between them would provide the biggest time advantage, says Haug, who notes that if successful its likely that such neutrino technology would be quickly adapted between every major financial market.

But Haug says financial info-tech companies could also be interested since they would likely be assured of getting a full return on their investment. As he argues, subscribers to financial information services would willingly pay for access to the information generated by the new technology, if only as a hedge against falling behind their competitors.

The neutrinos would carry the time signal extremely precisely, says Learned. The encoding would be sent in one transmission using synchronized clocks on each end. By dividing time into 1000 nanoseconds, Learned notes that it would be possible to have a thousand pre-determined potential messages known on both ends.

The time the signal arrived would determine which message is which. To initiate a trade and keep the time advantage, Learned says, one might even install a dedicated microwave link from the brokerage to the originating accelerator responsible for making, encoding and sending the neutrinos.

But neutrinos leave no evidence of their paths until they interact. The neutrinos interaction with a nearby random proton causes it to pick up a charge; become visible and continue on its journey as a charged muon (a subatomic cousin to an electron) with no time delay.

A detector on the order of a size of a large billboard could be made of slabs of scintillating plastic that give off light when struck by a charged muon particle, said Learned. If your three layers of signal counters indicated a [muon] line back towards the originating accelerator, then you know youve got a signal.

If a trading firm in New York wanted to buy or sell shares in Tokyo, says Haug, then almost everything could basically be pre-programmed in Tokyo, such as trade size, market or limit order, and the securitys trading symbol.

CME Group, which operates CME Globex, one of the worlds fastest electronic derivatives trading platforms, would not comment on the potential of this new neutrino-based trading technology. But such radical new technology would surely rapidly impact the 24-hour international Globex platform and markets worldwide.

It also might be possible for a neutrino-communications startup to buy time on an existing accelerator, says Learned, in order to create and point a neutrino beam-line in the needed direction. Otherwise, private particle accelerators would have to be built from scratch.

I'm a science journalist and host of Cosmic Controversy (brucedorminey.podbean.com) as well as author of "Distant Wanderers: the Search for Planets Beyond the Solar System."I primarily cover aerospace and astronomy. Im a former Hong Kong bureau chief for Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine and former Paris-based technology correspondent for the Financial Times newspaper who has reported from six continents. A 1998 winner in the Royal Aeronautical Society's Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards (AJOYA), Ive interviewed Nobel Prize winners and written about everything from potato blight to dark energy. Previously, I was a film and arts correspondent in New York and Europe, primarily for newspaper outlets like the International Herald Tribune, the Boston Globe and Canada's Globe & Mail. Recently, I've contributed to Scientific American.com, Nature News, Physics World, and Yale Environment 360.com. I'm a current contributor to Astronomy and Sky & Telescope and a correspondent for Renewable Energy World. Twitter @bdorminey

I'm a science journalist and host of Cosmic Controversy (brucedorminey.podbean.com) as well as author of "Distant Wanderers: the Search for Planets Beyond the Solar System."I primarily cover aerospace and astronomy. Im a former Hong Kong bureau chief for Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine and former Paris-based technology correspondent for the Financial Times newspaper who has reported from six continents. A 1998 winner in the Royal Aeronautical Society's Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards (AJOYA), Ive interviewed Nobel Prize winners and written about everything from potato blight to dark energy. Previously, I was a film and arts correspondent in New York and Europe, primarily for newspaper outlets like the International Herald Tribune, the Boston Globe and Canada's Globe & Mail. Recently, I've contributed to Scientific American.com, Nature News, Physics World, and Yale Environment 360.com. I'm a current contributor to Astronomy and Sky & Telescope and a correspondent for Renewable Energy World. Twitter @bdorminey

new resources: how frequent is that high-frequency word? | musicuentos

new resources: how frequent is that high-frequency word? | musicuentos

In addition to giving me much greater communication power, knowing the high-frequency words gives me a shot of YES I CAN pretty often or dare I say, frequently. Every time I hear the words for want, only, know, etc. I get a smile on my face, thinking hey, maybe I am getting some proficiency in this very new, not very easy Russian thing.

Earlier this year, I put upa new resource on TeachersPayTeachers that offered 195of the most frequently used words in Spanish arranged by theme and type of word. I made that resource to be all on one page so that it would be an easy reference to hand out to students, or that it could transfer in its exact format to a bulletin board. But I knew I wanted to do something more with it.

When you hear about a word being high frequency, you probably know what that means. In analyzing lots and lots of language used by lots and lots of native speakers and writers (the term for the body of language used is a corpus), someone somewhere has shown that this word is one of the most frequently used words in the language. Buthow frequent? And what kind of sources were used? And howcan I find, know, and use the words more quickly?

So, I took mychart and further expanded and divided it and categorized it. Then, I added theEnglish translations. Then, I added theranking according to the source I got it from. Now, its a three-page document with more than 200 high-frequency Spanish words with the English translation and a ranking number that tells you exactly how frequently it was used in the sources corpus. Find it and purchase it here.

Be on the lookout for a post called Its not all about high frequency coming soon. As I have worked on learning the high-frequency words and phrases in Russian, I find I still can do almostnothing with them. I can say I want, I need, I have, but I cant say what itis that I need. I can say its four oclock but I cant say its eight oclock. I can say its red but I cant say its pink. I find I still desperately need the little pieces of language thatfill out the meaning but because they arent used over and over dont appear in the frequency lists.

The other problem is the types of words these lists are made from, and the types of sources. For example, in one of my sources, the CREA (Corpus de Referencia del Espaol Actual), they tell you where they got the language from:

Los textos escritos, seleccionadostanto de libros como de peridicos y revistas, abarcan ms de cien materias distintas. La lengua hablada est representada por transcripciones de documentos sonoros, obtenidos, en su mayor parte, de la radio y la televisin.

One of the things Davies does is give you verbs in their infinitive forms, which in one way is helpful, because it shows you true frequency by grouping, say, 7 forms of a verb together to show you that its trulyhighly frequent. But in another way, it doesnt tell you anything aboutwhich forms of that verb actually are most frequent.

My chart uses both sources, and in the chart, I tell you exactly which one I used, whether its the CREA or Davies, and if Davies, whether its from his overall list of the top 100 or one of his top 25 lists like the 25 most frequently usedverbs.

You may notice something else: some words we love to teach and use in Spanish class dont appearanywherein the lists, either in the top 500 from the CREA or even Davies top 25 verbs Think gustar andvenir. Ones we like to use a lot for storytelling:ve doesnt appear. In my more comprehensive document, Ive eliminated some of these, but Ive included others, so you can see exactly where our favorite vocabulary actually falls in this game of frequency.

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