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(NYPost)   Women zapping their faces with radio waves instead of plastic surgery? Stay tuned   ( nypost.com) divider line
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2017-03-14 05:33:26 AM  
What's the frequency Candice?
 
2017-03-14 08:45:35 AM  
She truly has a face for radio.
 
2017-03-14 09:03:47 AM  
Can those waves be turned into cameras?
 
2017-03-14 09:09:25 AM  
So... it works by heat? Why would you need to use higher frequency radio waves when simple infrared will work?

I'd rather sit in front of a campfire. At least that's romantic.
 
2017-03-14 09:53:12 AM  
Future bukakke?
 
2017-03-14 10:15:18 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: Future bukakke?


I don't think that lends itself well to radio.
 
2017-03-14 10:25:47 AM  

To The Escape Zeppelin!: DjangoStonereaver: Future bukakke?

I don't think that lends itself well to radio.


Howard Stern might disagree.
 
2017-03-14 12:29:05 PM  
"Stay tuned"

Well, I guess it would be wise to have a stable oscillator frequency for this kind of work.
 
2017-03-14 12:36:28 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: Why would you need to use higher frequency radio waves when simple infrared will work?


Ultrasound is a wonderful technology, but just saying "RF" is really vague and the spectrum is huge.
RF burns are a biatch and the difference between "A little heat" and "burnt to the bone" is surprisingly small and I believe body chemistry has a big part in it, that and the actual frequency.    I'd make sure you'd be well hydrated first. In fact as a guy, I think I'll just accept that age means wrinkles and live with it.

I've had accidental RF burns and they suck.  Risking them for cosmetic reasons, um.. no.
 
2017-03-14 01:38:01 PM  
Wow, what a thinly veiled ad for a home skin care product that basically doesn't work except to get you to part with $450. These "Ad-ticles" are getting out of hand. Been running into a lot of them lately.
 
2017-03-14 01:52:23 PM  
I assume this is referring to violet wands which make all sorts of crazy claims like reducing wrinkles, getting rid of spots, regrowing hair.  It's all pseudo science garbage.
 
2017-03-14 07:27:12 PM  
That's the spirit
 
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