Hardware Cosmetology

Beauty Treatment

Hardware cosmetology is rejuvenating and healing procedures that are carried out by qualified dermatocosmetologists using special equipment.

Before & After Hardware Cosmetology

So What Is

  • This is a direction that was formed at the junction of aesthetic cosmetology and physiotherapy.
  • The main advantage of the hardware technique is the ability to significantly improve the condition of the skin without surgical intervention.
  • Doctors and patients are attracted by the good tolerability and wide possibilities of these procedures.

Types and Methods

There are several types and techniques of hardware cosmetology:

Hardware cosmetology skin laser

Treatment Plan

  • The treatment plan for hardware cosmetology begins with a comprehensive consultation with a qualified beautician or aesthetician. During this consultation, your skin condition will be assessed and your goals and concerns discussed.
  • Then, a personalized treatment plan will be created tailored to your specific needs.
  • The actual treatment sessions will include hardware-based procedures such as laser therapy, radiofrequency treatments, ultrasound therapy, microdermabrasion or other techniques.
  • The number of sessions required will depend on severity of concerns and desired results.
  • After the initial treatment sessions, follow-up appointments may be scheduled to monitor progress, make any necessary adjustments and provide guidance on aftercare.
  • In addition, the beautician may recommend maintenance treatments to help maintain results over time.

Hardware Cosmetology for:

  • People seeking skin rejuvenation
  • People dealing with acne or acne scarring
  • People wanting skin tightening
  • People dealing with hyperpigmentation or sun damage
  • People seeking hair removal
  • People wanting body contouring

Hardware Cosmetology Duration:

  • Skin rejuvenation treatments such as laser therapy or microdermabrasion typically last around 30 minutes to an hour per session.
  • Acne and acne scarring treatments, such as laser therapy or light-based treatments, usually take 15-30 minutes per session.
  • Skin tightening procedures like radiofrequency or ultrasound treatments can range from 30 minutes to an hour per session.
  • Hyperpigmentation and sun damage treatments, such as laser therapy or intense pulsed light (IPL), may take 15-30 minutes per session.
  • Laser hair removal durations depend on the treatment area, ranging from 15-30 minutes for smaller areas to 30 minutes to an hour for larger areas.
  • Non-invasive body contouring treatments like radiofrequency or ultrasound therapy typically last 30 minutes to an hour per session.

Hardware Cosmetology Recovery Timeline:

  • After treatments like laser therapy, microdermabrasion, or light-based therapies, individuals may experience mild side effects such as redness, swelling, or sensitivity in the treated area. These effects typically subside within a few hours to a few days.
  • For treatments involving skin tightening, there may be mild redness, swelling, or warmth in the treated area, which generally resolves within a few hours to a few days.
  • Laser therapy or intense pulsed light treatments for hyperpigmentation and sun damage may cause temporary redness or darkening, with resolution within a few days to a couple of weeks.
  • Laser hair removal and non-invasive body contouring treatments typically have minimal downtime, with mild redness or temporary skin tightening as possible side effects.

Possible Risks for Hardware Cosmetology:

  • Skin Irritation and Sensitivity
  • Redness and Swelling
  • Hyperpigmentation or Hypopigmentation
  • Temporary Discomfort or Pain
  • Skin Burns or Blistering
  • Scarring
  • Infection (in rare cases)
  • Allergic Reactions to Treatment Products or Equipment
  • Unsatisfactory Results

Aftercare

Of course, we will also take care of you after your treatment!

Our medical consultants will take care of you during 1 year after the surgery.
If you need any assistance, if you have questions, you can contact our staff.

Hardware Cosmetology Healing Process

The healing process as a whole takes between a few weeks and months.

After the procedure, you may experience temporary side effects such as redness, swelling, or sensitivity in the treated area. These effects are typically mild and subside within a few hours to a few days.

During the first few days to a week, the treated area continues to heal, and any initial side effects gradually diminish. It is important to follow the post-treatment care instructions.

As time progresses, you will begin to notice improvements in your skin’s texture, tone, or targeted concerns.

Your cosmetologist or aesthetician may schedule follow-up appointments to evaluate your progress, and make your treatment plan.

Each person’s healing process is unique and can be influenced by different factors. So you should consult with a professional beautician or cosmetologist.

Hardware Cosmetology skin laser in Istanbul in Turkey

Top Hardware Cosmetology costs by country

The cost of hardware cosmetology depends on the experience of the surgeon, the technique used, the clinic or hospital you choose and your individual health condition.
The prices listed below are intended to give you an approximate idea and are not a final quotation. Your MedClincs consultant will be happy to provide you with details.

Country                               Price                                      Rating
Türkiye (Turkey)~ 50€ – 200€★★★★★
Thailand~ 60€ – 200€★★★
Poland~ 40€ – 200€★★
USA~ 80€ – 300€★★★
Germany~ 80€ – 300€★★★

Types of Hardware Cosmetology

FAQ

What is hardware cosmetology?

Hardware cosmetology refers to the use of advanced technological devices and equipment for non-surgical aesthetic treatments and procedures.

What are the types of hardware cosmetology?

Mechanical, Vacuum, Ultrasonic, Electrical, Laser, Radio Frequency, Ozone Therapy are the types of it.

Is hardware cosmetology painful?

The level of pain experienced during hardware cosmetology treatments are designed to be minimally invasive and cause minimal discomfort.

What is diamond microdermabrasion?

Diamond microdermabrasion is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses a handheld device with a diamond-tipped wand to exfoliate and resurface the outermost layer of the skin.

What is facial vacuum cleansing?

Facial vacuum cleansing is a cosmetic procedure that utilizes a suction device to remove impurities, such as dirt, oil, and debris, from the pores of the skin.

What is ultrasonic cleansing?

Ultrasonic cleansing is a non-invasive aesthetic treatment that uses low-frequency sound waves to cleanse and exfoliate the skin.

What is microcurrent therapy?

Microcurrent therapy is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment that utilizes low-level electrical currents to stimulate facial muscles and improve skin tone and texture.

What is photorejuvenation / Lumecca?

Photorejuvenation, also known as Lumecca or intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses broad-spectrum light to target various skin concerns and promote skin rejuvenation.

What is RF-lifting / Morpheus 8?

Morpheus 8 is a specific type of RF-lifting treatment that combines radiofrequency energy with microneedling.

What is ozone therapy?

Ozone therapy is a form of alternative medical treatment that involves the therapeutic use of ozone gas. Ozone therapy benefits include improving oxygen delivery to tissues, boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation, and promoting healing.

History

Hardware cosmetology has a history dating back several decades, with significant advancements in technology shaping the field.

From the early use of electrical currents and high-frequency waves to the introduction of lasers, intense pulsed light, radiofrequency, ultrasound, and the integration of robotics and digital technologies, hardware cosmetology has evolved to offer a wide range of non-surgical aesthetic treatments. These advancements have revolutionized the field, providing effective and minimally invasive options for enhancing beauty and addressing various skin concerns.

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