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Institut’ DERMed College of Advanced Aesthetics Announces Equipment Seminar
IDCAA Will Host an UltraSonic and RadioFrequency Devices Seminar
The Radiofrequency (RF) RC6 Device aims at the general revitalization of the tissues through the thermal and electric effects of Radiofrequency on the skins structure and specially on dermic collagen. The therapeutic method of cold application presents an excellent alternative of treatment.
This equipment is ideal for Aesthetic centers and spas due to its diversity of uses including facial and body lifting, enhancement of the skin, attenuation of wrinkles and cutaneous grooves, improving the appearance of cellulite, and more.
Ultrasonic Cavitation Starbene Cavistar™ Device transmits ultrasonic waves at a (35-40 Khz) frequency rate that produce fat tissue cavitation due to the relation existing between tissue density and speed of ultrasonic wave transmission. This treatment works for localized fat reduction, cellulite reduction and mild weight loss.
Founder of IDCAA Lyn Ross is impressed with the wide array of uses these machines have and the alternative treatments they provide for clients.
“At IDCAA we want to constantly keep our students aware of the most up to date methods and machinery to most effectively treat their skin and body clients and we look forward to providing another opportunity to learn,” Ross said.
The seminar fee is $99 and more information can be obtained from the IDCAA office in Atlanta.
About Lucia Gomez Jensen:
With her current role in the Research and Training Department at STARBENE, an innovative medical aesthetics equipment company, Lucia Gomez Jensen ensures the latest in medical aesthetics is being taught to esthetic professionals working in the industry. After graduating from the School of Public Health at the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, in Córdoba, Argentina, Jensen continued on at UNC to receive her Masters in her field. After receiving her Board Certification in Kinesiology and Physiotherapy, Jensen worked as an Attending in Kinesiology and Physiotherapy in the Department of Intensive Therapy at the Sanatorium Mayo in Córdoba, the Kinesiology and Physiotherapy Center, and finally at Benestar Avant Spa, also in Córdoba. It was after this last role that Jensen took on her current position at the Research and Training Department at STARBENE.
About Institut’ DERMed:
The Institut’ DERMed line of cosmeceutical skincare products contain the highest concentration of active ingredients available without prescription. Years of research and study with chemists went into the creation of these natural quality formulations designed to treat age-related skin conditions
Master Esthetician Lyn Ross founded Institut’ DERMed 27 years ago with the goal of empowering skincare specialists with knowledge and proven treatment systems for optimal success. The company, located in Atlanta, currently consists of a med-spa, a full line of cosmeceutical products distributed to spa’s nationally and internationally and the Institut’DERMed College of Advanced AestheticsInstitut’