EndyMED – How Does It Work
EndyMED 3DEEP Skin Rejuvenation and tightening system use state of the art radio frequency technology for fast results. Delivered by a private transmitter, controlled and focused radio waves are sent to the skin, which gently creates the ideal top layer, stimulating the dermal epidermal cells. Once the skin is stimulated, the cells then increase collagen content, elastin fiber strength, and elasticity. These properties help to reduce wrinkles, soften lines, and smooth out facial skin. By delivering the signal at the proper frequency, EndyMED works without causing discomfort or interfering with personal activities. Unlike many other similar products, the signals produced by EndyMED are 100% safe and do not require any pain or skin irritation.
Along with long-lasting visible improvements, EndyMED also helps prevent future aging and fine lines and wrinkles from forming by renewing the skin’s cells and improving circulation. With this technology, you receive noticeable changes in just minutes. EndyMED can be used as often as needed, day or night, or with any skin regimen. For the best results, combine it with other skin care products that will produce the same endorphin-like effect. Using both together will produce amazing long-lasting results.
Like many other skin rejuvenation and treatment options, EndyMED works well with a wide variety of skin types, including sensitive skin and those with age spots and wrinkles. The best way to determine what combination of products you will need will be to consult your dermatologist. If you have fair skin with light or gray hairs, he or she may advise you to begin EndyMED treatments right away to start seeing results. In order to receive the maximum benefits from this treatment option, you should begin at the very lowest dose possible. If you have more sensitive skin, or older skin, you may want to consider enhancing your EndyMED treatments with a product that is specially formulated for your skin type. You should always consult with your doctor before taking any new medications or beginning any skin rejuvenation or treatment regimen.