Monday, June 6, 2016

Ultrasonic Cavitation

Ready to hear something neat?

If you come to Spa Aeon, we can use sound to scare the gunk out of your pores! And before you ask, no, there is no shouting involved.

Turns out there is an incredible process known as "cavitation" that involves the formation of bubbles or voids as a result of forces acting upon a substance. And it also turns out that certain very high pitched sounds are capable of causing these bubbles in water.

Or as Wikipedia describes it, "If the acoustic intensity is sufficiently high, the bubbles will first grow in size and then rapidly collapse" and in the skincare application of the technology, those collapsing bubbles can be used to dislodge stuck oil, oxidized debris, and dead skin cells that are stuck to your face.

So what does this mean for your skin?

1) Less time extracting
2) Less pressure and poking during extracting
3) Removal of even smaller clogs than can be seen and extracted manually

Another fascinating thing about this device is that younger people are more likely to hear it than older people, and I've noticed that musicians and sound engineers are particularly likely to hear the sound.  How's your hearing?  

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