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Hi..I would like some of this detailed info on galvanic as well..the education in esthetic schools is really so so. email@example.com
It is really hard deciding what to buy. The good news is that the technology is very basic so it is hard to go wrong. Just make sure the equipment is CE/UL listed for safety. I have been shocked a couple of times (minor) from machines coming from Asia that were poorly made and had no ground in the design. You should be able to get both very inexpensively. I do have a favorite galvanic machine but can't really promote one manufacturer over another so feel free to email me. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope that helps a little.
Dear girlfriends, please don't hate me. I am speaking from the bottom of my heart. You guys have it all wrong. I don't even know where to start doing correction. Please don't take this post on the wrong way, I am not bashing or trying to stand out. I am just being sincere.
Would you please clarify what is "all wrong"? no worries about bashing if we are talking about the scientific basics, what works though is a matter of opinion and experience. If we cannot talk about our industry and techniques in an open and honest way we will never truly become a strong profession.
LOL!! A drive-by!
Well - at least she did it from the bottom of her heart! LOL
Galvanic (Iontophoresis- positive polarity on the skin) for product penetration, and a skin scrubber can be used to do this as well.