How the DF Machine works to improve your skincare
Iontophoresis – involves the use of an electrical current to facilitate greater penetration of vitamins into the skin. With conventional iontophoresis, changes are very much slower, whereas with the Ionzyme® DF machine, the client will notice that the skin looks and feels younger within two or three treatments.
Sonophoresis – involves the use of sound waves to transport vitamin molecules through the skin. The sound used is the same as the sound made by dolphins, which produces better penetration through the skin than conventional Ultrasound.
Iontophoresis is used for relatively large surface areas such as the face and neck, whereas Sonophoresis is used on limited areas such as the upper lip and the concentration of character lines around the eyes, on scar tissue and on pigmentation marks. Both methods can be combined, where necessary, for intensive treatments.
The treatments are designed to stimulate maximum thickening of the skin, normalisation and improvement of collagen and elastin, better control of pigment production, restoration of normal blood flow and proper oxygenation of the skin.
Dr Des Fernandes has concentrated on producing the most scientifically targeted products for use with the Environ® Ionzyme® DF machine.
Cheryl is the owner and one of four skin and body practitioners at Sublime Skin & Body. She has many years of experience in the industry and is an accredited trainer. Skin care results are her passion and she is constantly researching and studying the latest information, ingredients and techniques, to ensure that her patients get the best results.