Cathi Graham using OxyLift

The OxyLift facelift system uses an oscillating current that imitates hundreds of tiny fingers patting the skin at 164,000 cycles per second. This causes a circulation rush to the area and partial thermal tissue warming. This function will cause a natural expansion of underlying blood vessels and tiny muscle groups. The dilation of the underlying vessels pushes away toxins while the cells enjoy a feast of increased nutrients and purifying oxygen.

The OxyLift facelift system produces enriched oxygen at a safe and beneficial level. This enriched oxygen purifies the skin and helps almost any skin lesion, from acne to burns from waxing procedures to cold sores, heal quickly and restores the skin’s health. Customers have reported that it also helps reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks.

OxyLift uses orange-red light and argon gas inside the glass chamber to give increased benefits to the underlying cells. Cells can absorb orange-red light, which increases their regeneration. This helps the skin to increase collagen production and cell renewal, which is key to youthful skin.

The natural, holistic enriched oxygen will also charge the surface tension of any skin care product to increase deep tissue delivery. All skin care products have complex molecular structures that cannot easily penetrate into deeper layers of the skin. OxyLift makes deeper skin penetration possible, which enables the skin care product to do its work and further help repair and prevent skin damage and keep skin smooth and healthy.

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