Faisca Argon (Purple) | High Frequency Wand
The Argon (Purple) High-Frequency Wand is a must-try if you're dealing with stubborn breakouts. Our versatile beauty tool is not just your ordinary wand – it's a multi-purpose device that can address a range of conditions from breakouts to scalp care.
Here's what the Argon (Purple) High-Frequency Wand can do:
・Safely kills acne-causing bacteria and prevents future breakouts
・Visibly diminished pores and vastly improved texture
・Enhances the healing process of scars and blemishes
・Supports your scalp to maintain overall hair health
Shrink nasty pimples - fast!
agreed that it helped clear spots and breakouts
noticed minimized pores after one use
saw a significant improvement in inflammation
Treats cheeks, forehead, and jawline.
Perfect for smaller areas around the nose, lips etc.
For under the eye area to reduce puffiness
Treats the scalp. Energizes hair follicles for healthy hair growth while reducing dryness and dandruff.
Frequently Asked Questions
Wash your face and dry thoroughly. Before the treatment, you can also apply your preferred serum to facilitate absorption. Remove any metal jewelry.
For beginners, start with 10-minute treatments three times a week.
1.) Main Unit x 1
2.) Mushroom Argon Gas Electrode x 1
3.) Hook Argon Gas Electrode x 1
4.) Comb Argon Gas Electrode x 1
5.) Spoon Argon Gas Electrode x 1
6.) User Manual in English x 1
I never used a high frequency wand before, and so I was very surprised by how it works!This tool is using argon gas to create oxygenation of the skin, and to kill harmful bacteria and stimulate blood flow and collagen production. There is a lot of science behind this technology, a technology that is actually about 80 years old. There are numerous studies that deem it safe, and not so many that have proven its efficacy. This shouldn’t really be a deterrent as there are tons of anecdotal stories about how well high frequency wands works, and this has been my experience as well.The device appears very high end and it comes with four electrodes, a mushroom shape for large areas, a spoon shape for smaller, a comb like electrode for scalp and a pointed one for pimples. I have tried them all and they all work.The device is very easy to use, and it has a knob to adjust the intensity.I made a short video to show how it works, for those who never tried one. If you allow for sound when playing, you can hear the electricity zaps as well.You know that the wand works because it glows purple, and once it works you can also smell the strong ozone smell, because it produces ozone. If you never smelled ozone before, it smells just like the air after a rainstorm. It is actually a pleasant smell, at least I like it.There is a booklet with instructions and contraindications, which is actually quite informative. Do read it carefully as there are many contradictions to using of this device. I will mention here just a couple, such as no use in pregnancy, no use in cancer and no use for persons with metal implants in the body (such as metal plates or so) or heavy bridge work in the mouth, no use with peacemakers and several others.This particular device uses argon gas which is is best for acne prone skin. There are neon gas wands which are better suited for wrinkles and aging skin. I was under the wrong impression that the same wands can glow purple (acne)mor orange (wrinkles) all different frequencies but that’s not the case, argon electrodes are better for acne (this!) neon electrodes glow orange are are best for wrinkles.This device is excellent and I do hope it lasts, it is very beneficial so far. The glass electrodes are placed in pockets of the sponge foam in the box, so you MUST save the box, because the glass electrodes are fragile.The device also offers a code to activate a one year warranty.I found this extremely useful and easy to use, I really want to get the neon orange wands too now, as I do have aging skin.Definitely recommended, provided that you do your own research and you don’t find any contradictions to your particular situation.Thank you!
One of the electrodes came broken and the others are super hard to be inserted into the probe. Although the instruction wrote explicitly that we should not "push or squeeze the electrode very hard" because it would just "snap into place", this was never the case. I had to apply A LOT of force for the electrodes to fit into the probe and then a whole other lot of force to get them out from the probe. No wonder why people were saying the electrodes are fragile.
I’ve battled cystic acne for about 15 years. I use this once a day for 2-3 min. My acne is completely gone. If i have one that is about to come up, i hold the light on it a little longer. It’s gone the folllowing day! Now i just have some scars to get rid of.Product is fragile. I’ve heard of the glass breaking. To avoid this, i leave one tool on at all times. I have less risk breaking it if I’m not changing out the tools regularly.
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