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Skin Galvanisation – The most popular therapy against wrinkles and acne?

Skin galvanisation is best known as a therapy highly effective against wrinkles. However, it has great results combatting acne as well! What does galvanisation mean and how does it help our skin? In this article, you will understand why the galvanic spa is among the most effective anti-age trends of today.

5  facts about skin galvanisationSkin Galvanisation - The most popular therapy against wrinkles and acne? 1

  • Experts call skin galvanisation a “non-invasive facelift” – it helps fight wrinkles without a needle
  • It is anti-inflammatory and thus effectively fights acne
  • Galvanic therapy is a pleasant massage; it can be compared to a stream of water so it is virtually painless
  • It is suitable for all skin types including sensitive and has many benefits
  • The cosmetic industry has been using it for over 50 years

What is galvanisation and how does it work?

Do you know the often – mentioned word galvanisation but do not know exactly what it is and how it works? Let’s briefly explain its principle.

Let’s start technically. Don’t worry, we won’t go into too much complex detail. Galvanisation uses a low voltage electric current specially designed for cosmetic purposes and aesthetic procedures. When treating skin by galvanisation, a direct current penetrates the skin and stimulates skin cells.

Thanks to the effect of the low current, the skin gets softer and cleaner with regular use of galvanic products. Your skin is then rid of impurities and its structure softens so it is smooth and tight.

Moreover, cosmetic products are absorbed more effectively thanks to galvanisation. They penetrate deeper into the skin, reaching a layer called the dermis where collagen and elastin are produced. Galvanisation helps to nourish the skin from the inside. It improves hydration and blood circulation in the face and so your skin is nourished and appears brighter.

Skin Galvanisation - The most popular therapy against wrinkles and acne? 2What is its price?

The price of galvanisation varies from salon to salon and because it must be done regularly, it can be quite expensive in the long term. An option to save money on treatments, is to buy your own galvanic spa with which you can galvanise your skin at home.

Do not try to save money on equipment at any cost! You should choose a quality product because the effects can vary greatly. For home therapy, you can choose the  RECLAR blade which is regularly used by more than 1000 satisfied customers.

Home galvanic spa: why is it an anti-age trend?

Have you noticed fine wrinkles and lines that appeared on your face around 30? With current stress levels and other adverse factors from the air, it is understandable that your skin ages prematurely.

Here is where the galvanic current comes in. It tightens the skin and helps restore its elasticity. It prevents wrinkles effectively. The home galvanic spa is an anti-age trend of today and you should start using it immediately.

If you have been buying expensive anti-wrinkle creams without any result, don’t despair. It is never too late for galvanisation. We know from the experience of our customers that the RECLAR galvanic blade helps women over 65 as well. Now you can make the most of your cosmetic products thanks to the blade and smooth your skin structure and wrinkles with an easy home solution.

Galvanic spa for acne? Curing with the RECLAR blade before and after

As we mentioned previously, ridding your skin of wrinkles is not the only thing galvanisation is good for. It helps with inflammation as it cleans your skin and gets rid of impurities.

It not only prevents acne but also corrects damaged tissue and fastens the healing process. It helps get rid of unpleasant and ugly pimples which can be bothersome.

Examples of the effects of galvanisation in combination with blue light therapy which helps fight acne are described in Mrs Monika Mrlinová’s review. Look at the wonderful effects of light and galvanic therapy before and after!

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„I bought RECLAR mainly because I started getting acne on my face. I got big painful bumps which did not look good at all. The peeler obviously did not help me in a day but with regular use in the morning and in the evening, I got rid of my acne in 2 months…“

When galvanisation might not be suitable

Even though the low electrical current is, based on existing research, totally harmless for a healthy individual, there are cases in which galvanisation should be avoided. Galvanic therapy is not suitable for people with an artificial cardiac pacemaker or heart disease. It should also be avoided by pregnant women and people with metal implants.

If you suffer from diabetes, epilepsy or a serious thyroid disease, consult the usage of galvanic devices with your doctor.

How to use galvanisation at home?

If you’ve decided to buy a galvanic blade, congratulations, you are just a couple of steps away from beautiful skin! The process of galvanisation is simple with the correct device so you needn’t worry about home use. The process is as follows:

  1. Clean your face with a product you regularly use, eventually apply peelingSkin Galvanisation - The most popular therapy against wrinkles and acne? 4
  2. Apply your favourite facial mask, serum or cream
  3. Turn on the galvanic function of the blade (blue or red light on the RECLAR blade) and apply to skin. Slide it from the inner face out.
  4. You should feel soft vibrations indicating the device is working
  5. If the serum or cream dries in the process, moisten your skin with water
  6. Galvanise your skin for a couple of minutes (the RECLAR blade will switch itself to basic mode after a given time)
  7. And you’re done! You can now apply cream or let the skin absorb the already used products.

So? It sounds fairly easy, doesn’t it? If you want to achieve truly great galvanisation and support its effects with light therapy, read more about our RECLAR blade.

 

Also read:

The magic of ionisation: How does ION Mist spray work?
Light therapy: What is blue and red light capable of?

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