It’s 30W, which is 50% higher than other products. (20W for other products)
① Auto shot includes the time the motor returns to its original position, and Double shot means that the motor moves to the end for a certain period of time and then re-irradiate in the opposite direction.
② Auto shot means setting the irradiation time between shots, and Double shot means that the transducer moves in both directions and irradiates.
The conventional handpiece is large because the motor is attached to the handpiece, but hyzer me’s handpiece is light because it has a patented small ultrasonic motor mounted on the cartridge.
It is made short to ensure easy visibility during the procedure. In addition, the small irradiation area enhances the adhesion to the skin.
It depends on the size of the face, but need at least 300 to 400 shots.
It is shown as ‘dot’ because it does not irradiate by conventional linear shot, but rather by Rubbing method when Motion mode is used.
Based on a 3.0mm cartridge, 300 shot irradiation takes 5 minutes and 8 seconds for hyzer me and about 8 minutes and 15 seconds for other products. It’s 2 minutes 43 seconds faster based on 15 dots. More shots can be applied because it is much faster.
It is about 300g with a cartridge. The handpiece is light, so it’s easy to operate and the user won’t get tired even if used for a long time.
Since the transducer has high durability through powder injection molding and low energy is small with the anti-vibration cap, efficiency is achieved at each focal depth without energy loss even at 7Mhz.
Our products have a small and uniform coagulation point, so there is little risk of damage to the epidermis.
It is the alarm function when a missing shot occurs during the movement of the motor, and it enables safe irradiation.
With the Motion mode, 1,000 dots are applied to half of the face, and a total of 2,000 dots are required.
The procedure should be performed once every 2-3 months.
It is normal to have tenderness as if you had bruised your face after the procedure. This is a common response and will disappear within 1-2 weeks. Also, it can cause mild bruises and disappears within two weeks.
After the procedure, weak erythema and redness may appear in the area of the procedure. This is a normal response and will disappear within 2-3 days.
It varies depending on the individual, but the contour of the face gradually stands out over two to four weeks after the procedure.