What is the difference between EMS and RF

What is the difference between EMS and RF

What Is EMS 

EMS stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation.Ems-stimulated muscles are best suited for skin.Use the unique EMS current to make the muscles move twice, make the skin full of elasticity;Stimulate subcutaneous tissue to activate cells and collagen contraction and recombination, and produce new collagen, making muscles stronger and more energetic;Improve skin surface fine lines and wrinkles, restore skin young, smooth, soft, tender and white.

What is RF

Radio Frequency, short for Radio Frequency, is a kind of electromagnetic wave with high Frequency ac variation. The oscillation Frequency ranges from 300KHz to 300GHz.

Rf frequency is very high, polarity exchange fast, human tissue is an electrical conductor, when RF electricity flows through the human body through the organization, organization of radio frequency waves resistance, make the organization (dermis) charged ions or molecules of the oscillation quickly, oscillation due to thermal effects on target tissue - heat dermis collagen fiber to degeneration, destroyed three helical structure of collagen fibers,Stimulate the healing mechanism in the body, allowing fibroblasts to secrete new amounts of collagen.Long-term use increases the total amount of collagen in dermis to achieve wrinkling and firming effect.

What is the difference between EMS and RF-new

Before understanding the RF instrument, it is important to understand why we need the RF instrument and what is the points that can help us solve?

The cause of skin aging starts with the tissue structure of the skin, which is divided into three layers from the outside to the inside one: epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue.

The cuticle layer is about 0.07~1.2nm. Although it sounds very thin, it is divided into five layers. The cuticle resizes friction and prevents the exosmosis of body fluids and the invasion of chemical substances.The transparent layer, also known as the barrier zone, can prevent the infiltration of moisture chemicals.The granular layer refracts sunlight.The spinous layer is responsible for transporting nutrients to the epidermis.The basal layer is the evolutionary source of cells in the epidermis layer. The cells in this layer divide continuously, and gradually move upward, keratinize and transform, forming other cells in the epidermis layer, and finally keratinize and exfoliate.

The dermis layer is 0.8nm thick and 95% of it is composed of collagen fibers, reticular fibers, and elastic fibers. They are arranged densely and irregularly, interwoven like a net, and they are closely related to the fullness and elasticity of the skin. But with age collagen synthesis will become slower, and factors like external photo aging, air pollution will accelerate the dermal layer cell damage, skin elasticity network weakened, and finally elastin atrophy thickened, resulting in large skin pores, loss of elasticity, sagging long wrinkles, etc.


The subcutaneous tissue, known as the adipose layer, slowly shrinks with age and moves downward under gravity along with the supporting fascia and ligaments, causing the face to collapse.This is why our skin is sagging!

Post time: Dec-27-2021