Rani is passionate about assisting others with acneic issues. It's a fundamental issue in the skin care industry. She is an authorized PCA Skin and Dermalogica provider and retailer. With her education as a licensed esthetician, outstanding products, and her techniques in facial provision she has helped many people with acne. From teens to senior adults, her business has either improved acneic situations or eradicated it completely.
Sometimes acne requires a medical intervention. However, medicine doesn't take care of everything. Dermatologists don't always focus on the aesthetics and complete experience. This is why the other part of the skin care industry is complemented by licensed and experienced estheticians.
In this video, Rani talks about the details of her favorite PCA Skin Acne Control Regimen. She also goes in-depth and explains one of the crucial details about acne treatment and her high frequency electric facial treatment. While some don't like the idea of the high-frequency, she can substitute it for something else if needed or desired.
The high-frequency treatment uses low-current high-frequency alternating currents, delivered via a glass electrode. Because the high-frequency current converts some of the oxygen in the air into ozone, the treatment has a germicidal action and is also drying and warming. Consequently, the treatment is used to aid healing and also to help desquamation (the skin's natural exfoliation) and stimulate sweat and sebaceous glands.
At up to 250,000 Hz frequency, the hollow glass electrode behaves like a glow discharge tube and is sometimes called a "violet ray" or "violet wand" (though the color depends on the gas in the glass). Two electrodes are not required and sparking may occur when the electrode is close to the skin.