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Face Electrics
High Frequency
Lesson Outcomes Week 1
 Recap the importance of basic facial & including electrical machines
 P24- Describe the effects ...
What Does High frequency Do?
What Does Direct High frequency Do?
Watch the clip below and answer the following
questions:
http://www.youtube.com/watc...
•There are different electrodes
that are suited to both the body
and facial treatments
•The treatment may be performed
Ind...
High Frequency Unit
High frequency Unit
 The unit uses an alternating, oscillating current.
 This produces a high frequency current of 100,0...
High Frequency Current
•Large facial bulb – used for direct method face & body
•Small facial bulb – used for direct method on small areas
•Neck e...
Application
Indirect – the current flows through the client's body using
the therapist’s hands to perform massage, which ...
Direct High Frequency
Increases
Cell
Metabolism
Increases
Sebaceous
secretions
Sparking –
Anti-bacterial
effect
Relaxing &...
What does indirect high frequency do?
Watch the clip below and answer the following
questions:
http://www.youtube.com/wa...
Indirect High Frequency
Increases
Sebaceous
Gland
activity
Sooths
Sensory
Nerve
endings
Warms &
Relaxes
Muscle
tissue
Aids...
Tasks
 Using the list of effects above state the indications
for treatments for both indirect & direct methods
Indications for Use
Direct Treatment
Improves condition
of
Oily/ blemished
skins
Ozone helps destroy
bacteria present on
t...
Indication for Use
Indirect Treatment
Helps improve
Poor circulation
Improves dry &
Dehydrated skins
Helps relax the
tissu...
Identify the uses for the following electrodes:
Contra-Indications
Epilepsy or
diabetics
Highly
Vascular skins
Excessive
metal in
the area
Glandular
Swelling
Pregnancy
He...
Contra-Indications
Anxiety
Metal Pins
& Plates
Piercings
Cuts, bruises
& abrasions
Thin, bony
areas
Epilepsy
Acne
Loose,
C...
Medium –
Appropriate &
adequate
Trailing Wires
Sanitisation of
equipment
Use correct size
electrode for area
Do not spark ...
Direct Treatment Procedure
1. Cleanse skin and carry out sensitivity tests
2. Insert electrode into holder
3. Set switch t...
Safe Working
Remove client’s jewellery
Check for CI’s
Ensure stable trolley
Ensure intensity zero
Cleanse area
Wipe ...
Week 2
 Recap skin types & relate to HF (Task)
 P24- Describe the effects & benefits of HF (direct) & indirect on
underl...
Indirect Treatment Procedure
Test machine and electrodes for any faults
1. Cleanse skin and carry out sensitivity tests
2....
Indirect Treatment Procedure
9. Check client comfort and sensation throughout massage
10. Treatment duration is between 8 ...
You will need:
Consultation forms & skin analysis forms
Cleanse, eye make up remover & toner
Exfoliant, massage medium ...
Manageress Duties:
Manage salon
Complete appearance form
Organise stock
Organise electrical equipment
Organise beds
...
Working Pairs
Aftercare
Homecare Retail
Cleanse, tone &
moisturise daily
Drink
1.5 - 2 litres
of water per day
Cleanser, Toner,
Moisturi...
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High frequency

  1. 1. Face Electrics
  2. 2. High Frequency
  3. 3. Lesson Outcomes Week 1  Recap the importance of basic facial & including electrical machines  P24- Describe the effects & benefits of HF (direct) on underlying structures  P1Prepare themselves, client and work area for facial treatment  P2 use suitable consultation techniques to identify treatment objectives (use of open & closed questions)  Identify appropriate methods application relating to skin type, age or ethnicity & perform direct high frequency  P5 select products, tools and equipment to suit client treatment needs, skin types and condition  Demonstrate a safe & effective treatment  P4 provide clear recommendations to the client
  4. 4. What Does High frequency Do?
  5. 5. What Does Direct High frequency Do? Watch the clip below and answer the following questions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xilXrGo2lfk
  6. 6. •There are different electrodes that are suited to both the body and facial treatments •The treatment may be performed Indirectly or Directly •As the machine uses a high Frequency current it can be noisy To use •This treatment may be used On dry & oily skin conditions
  7. 7. High Frequency Unit
  8. 8. High frequency Unit  The unit uses an alternating, oscillating current.  This produces a high frequency current of 100,000 to 250,000 Herts (cycles per second)  The electrode contains an induction coil-this produces a high electrical force  The electrode is a conductor through which electricity enters or leaves.
  9. 9. High Frequency Current
  10. 10. •Large facial bulb – used for direct method face & body •Small facial bulb – used for direct method on small areas •Neck electrode – used for direct method on the neck and back areas •Roller electrode – used for direct method on the body, does not spark •Saturator – used for indirect method only
  11. 11. Application Indirect – the current flows through the client's body using the therapist’s hands to perform massage, which conducts the current. The client holds the saturator electrode. Direct – application is directly on the skin using a glass electrode.
  12. 12. Direct High Frequency Increases Cell Metabolism Increases Sebaceous secretions Sparking – Anti-bacterial effect Relaxing & Soothing Stimulates Blood Flow Effets
  13. 13. What does indirect high frequency do? Watch the clip below and answer the following questions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ub2-DcuA-Y
  14. 14. Indirect High Frequency Increases Sebaceous Gland activity Sooths Sensory Nerve endings Warms & Relaxes Muscle tissue Aids desquamation Increases Cell metabolism Improves Colour & texture Increases Blood & Lymph flow Effects
  15. 15. Tasks  Using the list of effects above state the indications for treatments for both indirect & direct methods
  16. 16. Indications for Use Direct Treatment Improves condition of Oily/ blemished skins Ozone helps destroy bacteria present on the skin Helps to dry out the secretions of seborrhoeic or oily skins
  17. 17. Indication for Use Indirect Treatment Helps improve Poor circulation Improves dry & Dehydrated skins Helps relax the tissues
  18. 18. Identify the uses for the following electrodes:
  19. 19. Contra-Indications Epilepsy or diabetics Highly Vascular skins Excessive metal in the area Glandular Swelling Pregnancy Heart Diseases & Disorders Dysfunction of the Nervous System Pacemaker Skin Diseases & Disorders Prevent
  20. 20. Contra-Indications Anxiety Metal Pins & Plates Piercings Cuts, bruises & abrasions Thin, bony areas Epilepsy Acne Loose, Crepey Skin Couperosed Skin Broken Capillaries & Thread Veins Restrict
  21. 21. Medium – Appropriate & adequate Trailing Wires Sanitisation of equipment Use correct size electrode for area Do not spark more than 7 mm away from skin surface Warn client about the noise & smell Always keep the electrode in contact with the skin Test Machine & electrode Remove all metal & jewellery E n Ensure client has talc on their hand before holding the saturator Always keep one hand In contact with the client When turning machine off
  22. 22. Direct Treatment Procedure 1. Cleanse skin and carry out sensitivity tests 2. Insert electrode into holder 3. Set switch to ‘on’ and check intensity is at zero 4. Test machine on yourself in front of your client and reassure her regarding buzzing noise 5. Turn off, apply medium (talc or oxygenating cream) and gauze to client’s face or back area 6. Wipe the electrode with disinfectant 7. Apply the electrode by placing the finger in contact with the electrode before turning the machine on, then turn the intensity dial up. Then place both fingers and electrode in contact with the client’s skin before removing the finger. 8. Continue with circular movements over the skin do not break contact 9. The treatment is between 8-12 minutes depending on skin condition e.g.. Oily skin -10 -12 minutes, Dry skin – 3-5 min 10. Sparking if necessary on pustules & papules ensuring the electrode is no more than 7mm away from the skin 11. Reverse procedure No 7 to remove electrode 12. Remove medium and tone, proceed with massage, mask, tone & moisturise
  23. 23. Safe Working Remove client’s jewellery Check for CI’s Ensure stable trolley Ensure intensity zero Cleanse area Wipe electrode with surgical spirit
  24. 24. Week 2  Recap skin types & relate to HF (Task)  P24- Describe the effects & benefits of HF (direct) & indirect on underlying structures (Task & You tube clip)  P1 Prepare themselves, client and work area for facial treatment (20 minutes)  P2 use suitable consultation techniques to identify treatment objectives (use of open & closed questions - 5 minutes)  Identify appropriate methods application relating to skin ?type, age or ethnicity & perform both methods of ?frequency  P5 select products, tools and equipment to suit client treatment needs, skin types and condition  Demonstrate a safe & effective treatment (Risk ?assessment task)  P4 provide clear recommendations to the client
  25. 25. Indirect Treatment Procedure Test machine and electrodes for any faults 1. Cleanse skin and carry out sensitivity tests 2. Insert saturator into holder 3. Set switch to ‘on’ and check intensity is at zero 4. Test machine on yourself in front of your client 5. Turn off, apply medium to client’s face or back area 6. Apply talc to client’s; wipe saturator with disinfectant and place firmly in holder 7. Place one hand in contact with client’s skin, using small circular movements while the other hand turns the intensity dial slowly up to suit client’s tolerance. 8. Place the other hand on to the skin by sliding over the first hand and begin your usual massage routine. Ensure contact is not broken e.g.. No tapotement movements
  26. 26. Indirect Treatment Procedure 9. Check client comfort and sensation throughout massage 10. Treatment duration is between 8 & 12 minutes depending on skin reaction 11. At the end of the treatment take one hand off, reducing current intensity on dial and turning the machine off, before removing other hand. 12. Remove massage medium and continue with facial, tone, mask and moisturise.
  27. 27. You will need: Consultation forms & skin analysis forms Cleanse, eye make up remover & toner Exfoliant, massage medium & oxygenating cream Gauze, spatulas, cotton buds, cotton wool Test tubes No mask needed
  28. 28. Manageress Duties: Manage salon Complete appearance form Organise stock Organise electrical equipment Organise beds Risk assessment Allocate jobs
  29. 29. Working Pairs
  30. 30. Aftercare Homecare Retail Cleanse, tone & moisturise daily Drink 1.5 - 2 litres of water per day Cleanser, Toner, Moisturiser, Exfoliator, Mask & SPF Additional Treatments – 1 per month Follow a balanced diet – reduce caffeine & alcohol intake, increase fruit & veg No UV, Electrical treatments, make-up, caffeine, alcohol, touching the area for 24hrs

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