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Hi - was wondering if anyone had any fantastice HIghFreq tips? Any tips on using it with masks, oils, etc. I would like to purchase a unit but not certain how to make the most of it besides using it…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aesthetic VideoSource Sep 24, 2014.


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At 1:52pm on January 25, 2016, Lisa VanBockern said…


How about the Peptide Eye Serum with a little Seaweed Mask on top?  I'm not sure what type of modality you would use.  Shelley Hancock used to have one for the eyes, but I don't see it on her website anymore.

At 10:16am on May 9, 2013, Lisa VanBockern said…

Hi Lin - I think its okay to add Coconut and Seaweed together.  By doing this you will dilute the effect of the enzyme.  If it were me, I think I would keep the Coconut by itself; it really is hydrating and softening alone.

At 7:10pm on March 19, 2013, Pamela Huck said…

If you send me an email I can send you all the info.

At 1:47pm on March 19, 2013, Lin said…
Thank you Lisa- makes perfect sense - again I very thankful for this forum and appreciate your direction... I'd be lost without professional input, I feel a bit more confident- I used to the scared one afraid to ask questions, but you have made it very comfortable for me to ask without being afraid, I know that I will get a genuine answer, you've been a blessing, I thank you for sharing your knowledge as well !!
At 12:22pm on March 19, 2013, Lisa VanBockern said…

Hi Lin:

I think the order you perform the treatments is dependent upon what you are working on.  If I am working on keratinized skin, that means I want to work most effectively at the surface of the skin.  In that case, I want to do the enzyme/peel first to soften things up, then do my microderm second to work most efficiently at polishing the skin.

If I am working on pigmentation deeper in the skin, then I want to work deeper in the skin.  In that case, I will perform the microderm first, then apply the peel to penetrate further in the skin to reach the melanocyte.

Make sense?  Think about where you want to work most effectively and then YOU decide the order.

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At 2:11pm on March 4, 2013, Lisa VanBockern said…


I think you need to customize a kit for your client based on their needs and sensitivities.  Please send me your e-mail address and I will e-mail you our homecare protocols.  Of, if you prefer, you can e-mail me directly at and request those protocols that will help you customize something for each client.


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