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Are you familiar with Skin Sheek? For those who haven't, here is everything you need to know about this technology: what it is, what it does, how it works, how much it costs, where it is applied, and what it can do.

In most cases, you will see results with just one Skin Sheek treatment on the condition that bothers you. This method does nothing more than applying heat to the tissues to attract the liquids and remove them. The probes do not penetrate the skin's surface since they are non-invasive.

What is Skin Sheek: Everything You Need to Know

First, let's clarify what the machine does. The Skin Sheek is a device that emits very high frequencies to produce heat on irregularities on the skin, causing the cells to break, interrupt blood flow, cease nourishing, and finally eliminate at least 90% of skin conditions.

The sensation you may feel during the procedure can be compared to the pinch or sting. However, since the procedure usually takes a few minutes, you may not need to worry too much about it. Similarly, if your skin is sensitive, there is the possibility of adding topical anesthesia before starting the procedure.

The majority of irregularities Skin Sheek treats exhibit immediate results; however, more delicate irregularities may take between one and two weeks to heal. In some cases, the only thing you will see during the recovery process is the formation of crusts. Afterward, the skin will look much healthier and cleaner.

When you treat spots, the probe directly targets the pigmentation present in the tissues, which dries out over time and creates a crust that will begin to peel within 12 days after treatment. If you treat broken capillaries, on the other hand, you will notice results and improvement immediately, but you must also wait at least two weeks for the healing process to complete. You will notice that the skin dries, crusts form, and the red color lessens gradually as the healing process continues.

Minor Skin Irregularities That Can be Treated with the Skin Sheek Aesthetic Machine

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Generally, Skin Sheek is a viable treatment option for everyone. The process is similar to IPL as it treats the skin in an effective way. However, people may not be able to undergo this treatment if they are pregnant, have high blood pressure, suffer from severe nickel allergies, have an implanted electronic device (such as a pacemaker), suffer from blood clotting, have had botox (at least three weeks prior) or have recently taken antibiotics. Below we will display all the skin problems which Skin Sheek can fix. 

  • Broken capillaries.
  • Acne scars.
  • Rosacea redness.
  • Fibromas.
  • Sunspots.
  • Blackheads.
  • Clogged pores.
  • Cherry angiomas.
  • Warts.
  • Seborrheic keratosis.
  • In the rest of the cases, the only care required will be before and after the treatment.

    What Should You Avoid Before and After Treatment?

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    Apart from avoiding antibiotic consumption (antibiotics can irritate the skin) at least one month before the treatment session, it is important not to tan. You cannot treat sunburned skin.

    You should also apply sunscreen after applying the treatment to protect your skin from the sun's effects. Check out our article about treating skin tags with essential oils.

    If you are wondering how to deal with side effects, what you should do is the following:

    • For the first 48 hours after treatment, avoid applying makeup (if it treated your face) and any skin lotions, creams, or tonics.
    • You should also avoid subjecting the skin to more heat, so it is recommended not to take hot showers, go to steam rooms or perform vigorous exercise.
    • If you have irritation or redness, you can put a cold compress on the area where you have it, at the end of the day; that will help your skin get some rest.
    • Depending on the condition treated, it is important to moisturize the area. To avoid inconvenience, start doing it once the scabs begin to fall.
    • Avoid removing the scabs yourself, let them fall off on their own. Therefore, during that stage of recovery, you should also avoid performing any exfoliation.

    Costs of Skin Sheek Treatment

    A Skin Sheek treatment is determined by several factors, including the duration of the procedure, the size of the treatment area, and the number of specific areas that need to be addressed. There is always the option of adding topical anesthesia; this will usually incur an additional cost.

    The average cost for a treatment that takes 10 to 50 minutes is around $70 to $130. Alternatively, if points are used, the costs can range between $30 and $50 for one to four points.

    Although most users find positive results after the first treatment, there are cases of conditions in which it becomes necessary to perform one or two extra treatment sessions. You should consult your healthcare practitioner to determine if additional sessions are necessary.

    Skin Sheek: HIFU

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    Skin Sheek not only treats skin conditions that are considered minor irregularities, but it can also help with facial rejuvenation. The results are achieved by integrating the HIFU or "High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound" system, which works as a non-invasive treatment that helps lift the skin, which helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

    HIFU works by focusing ultrasound on the cells where collagen can be made. It restores and reaffirms the skin's youthfulness by boosting its production, allowing wrinkles to fill in, reaffirm, and tighten again.

    In less than fifteen minutes, thermal energy can be transmitted at high intensity to specific parts of the skin, leading to the renewal of collagen. You will gradually notice how your skin will become smoother and less saggy.

    Taking advantage of this procedure is not limited to the face alone; it works on the body too. With this method, all the results will be natural and satisfying rather than having to undergo constant injections and surgeries, which have slow and painful recovery times.

    You do not have to have a specific skin color to use Skin Sheek because it transmits caloric energy that does not harm the skin. Therefore, if you have very white or very brown skin, Skin Sheek HIFU will not pose a problem.

    Advantages of Skin Sheek HIFU

    • It is functional to tighten the skin of the face, hands, elbows, among other areas.
    • If you have a chin or "turkey neck", with Skin Sheek HIFU you can reduce it.
    • Improves the elasticity of the skin in general.
    • It tightens the skin, helping to delimit the facial contour and improving its overall texture.
    • It is functional to reduce wrinkles and fine lines.
    • It is able to lift the cheeks, jowls and define the jawline.
    • It also lifts the upper lip, eyebrows and decreases imperfections in the surrounding eyes.

    Rejuvenation Costs With HIFU

    Some approximate costs per area to be treated are the following:

    • Body: between $300 to $1000 depending on the extent of the area.
    • Neck: $400.
    • Full face: $500.
    • Chin: $200.
    • Eyes, upper lip and hands: $150 each.

    Duration of Skin Sheek Treatment

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    You will be given an approximate time limit based on the area of the body you wish to treat. If you are treating your face and neck, a single session can take between 90 and 120 minutes. On the other hand, if only the cheeks need to be treated, the procedure may take 15 minutes to half an hour.

    Just before the session begins, your specialist will assess whether you need to repeat the treatment session by looking at your skin condition, as well as the affected areas. Usually, patients are happy with the first treatment results; however, sometimes, for the effects to last and be observed, additional sessions are required.

    It's important to remember that the skin loses its collagen production by about 1 to 2 percent every year. Therefore, if you want to maintain the results, you should eat healthy, hydrate, and use skin creams. Additionally, you can go to a review session at least once a year too.

    As the waves travel over the treated area, you will experience a little tingling (when the waves pass) and a little warmth. You'll feel a very mild discomfort since it's simply high-frequency waves. For the skin to be ready for the procedure, it must not be exposed to medications (antibiotics) that exacerbate its sensitivity.

      Wrap Up!

      Don't hesitate to answer all the questions your specialist asks, because otherwise, you could suffer unintended or unexpected consequences.

      It is completely normal for your skin to appear red and swollen after the treatment. The second you leave the treatment table, you'll immediately notice a difference. Your skin's texture will change as the first three months pass. A certain period of time must pass before observing the totality of the results. During the treatment, collagen production is stimulated, increasing gradually with time, eventually tightening the skin to the desired result.

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