How does Sofwave work?


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How does Sofwave work?

The Sofwave device emits high-frequency ultrasound waves that penetrate deep into the skin stimulating collagen production and promoting the growth of new blood vessels. Ultrasound energy precisely passes through the skin’s surface, heating the mid-dermal tissue at just the right depth and temperature to rejuvenate collagen. Delivering Synchronous Ultrasound Parallel Beam SUPERB™ technology, with very minimal downtime, you can expect to in a single 30-45 minute treatment, no matter the skin type to see results. Sofwave’s unique technology enables the controlled delivery of energy, in terms of amount and location, while protecting the skin surface with an integrated cooling mechanism, without interruption to your daily routine.

The ultrasound waves combined with the device’s integrated cooling system, protects the outer layers of the skin so that this non-invasive treatment can fit into your active lifestyle allowing you to go back to your daily activities without having to hide away for days waiting for your skin to settle and heal.

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