Recently, I get a lot of questions about Darsonval
. I thought I was able to exhaust this topic with previous notes about the darsonval device, but in fact there is an issue I have forgotten - what is darsonvalization and how to do it.
This applies to the use of Darsonval, and more specifically what treatments we can use before Darsonvalization, and which after.
Differences between Darsonval and Derma Wand
The first thing I would like to mention is that Darsonval and Derma Wand This is the same. Many of you ask about this, so I want to dispel any doubts in this topic.
I still use Darsonval. The pelots have not broken, the device continues to operate properly. I do not use the device as regularly as before, but not less often than 3 times a month for the face and once a month on the hair to stimulate the bulbs.
Before using Darsonval, the most important thing is to thoroughly cleanse your face. It's best to use a sonic brush for this purpose or simply perform a slow and thorough peeling. We can make a mask later. Darsonval is best used as the end of all skincare treatments.
After making the mask and thoroughly washing it, we must wait for complete drying of the skin face, otherwise we can break the Darsonval pelot or the Derma Wand device.
Pelota damage during darsonvalization
And as we are already damaged pelottes, you can order them on the Allegro separately for a dozen or several dozen zlotys, depending on its type.
A lot of queries come about the roller and its use. My kit does not have this pelota, I have never used it, therefore I can not say anything about it. The only thing I can tell you is what I read, namely that the pelota is intended for larger areas of the body, including back. I think it could be helpful with acne that appears quite often in the neck area and shoulder blades.
You also often ask whether or not Darsonval will also cure acne on the back. Definitely yes, here this device will also be very helpful.
If you haven't read the Darsonval posts, you can find them here: