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Instructional Manual for the Beautyteck Device

Last Updated 14.09.2018

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The way the device is used is paramount to achieve the desired results, this is because the effects of the device are directly related to its modality of use. If misused, injuries may occur even if the device is set at minimum power. Applying the arc for an overly extended period on the same area of the skin constitutes poor treatment technique (or even recklessness) and can cause injuries. For example some undesired effects can occur, if the arc is kept on for longer than one second on the same area of the skin. If you are applying the spot operation for skin tightening, always apply the spots for less than one second and in very short instantaneous bursts (lasting less than one second).

 
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Mishandling the device can cause hazards. Any sharp needle or sharp objects can cause injuries if mishandled. If the device is mishandled the needle can cause injuries even when the device is not operational. Therefore the device must be handled with care when the needle is inserted.

After performing any cosmetic treatment using the BEAUTYTECK Device it is highly advisable to instruct the client to apply the same precaution used with other cosmetic peels and similar devices on the area treated using the Device. The aftercare is generally more important than the cosmetic treatment itself and an aftercare leaflet must be handed out to your client. Once you have explained how to carry out the aftercare to your client and you are satisfied the client knows how to perform the aftercare this becomes a responsibility of your client as is up to your client to carry it out appropriately. The importance of the aftercare must also be appropriately emphasised in the informed consent form. Failure to follow the aftercare appropriately could lead to, infections, hyperpigmentation, hipopigmentation and even permanent scarring.

It is mandatory to perform a patch test before carrying out any treatments on a new client. The patch test must be carried out at consultation stage and can be performed behind the ear and on the wrist. This will demonstrate that if the aftercare is followed appropriately, there will not be any undesired effects. Similar procedures should be adopted when using any aesthetic lasers or similar. Only accessories approved by the manufacturer should be used in conjunction with the device.

This device is intended only for those users who have received appropriate training on the use of this device and hold a valid training certificate awarded by the company. Therefore this device is not intended to be used by any personnel who do not hold a valid training certification.

Wear the appropriate sterile disposable gloves during any treatment. Do not use the device in conjunction with any flammable antiseptic or any flammable gasses as the spark generated by the equipment during its normal use could cause the flammable substance to ignite. Hence, this device should never be used in the presence of flammable anesthetics, flammable prep solutions or drapes, oxidizing gases such as Nitrous Oxide (N2O), or in oxygen­enriched environments. The risk of igniting flammable gases or other materials is inherent in in the use of electrical arcs and cannot be eliminated by device design. Precautions must be taken to restrict flammable materials and substances from the site, whether they are present in the form of an anesthetic, skin preparation agent, or are produced by natural processes within body cavities, or originate in other materials. There is a risk of pooling of flammable solutions in body depressions such as the umbilicus and in body cavities. Any excess fluid pooled in body cavities should be removed before the equipment is used. Attention should be called to the danger of ignition of endogenous gases. Some materials, for example, cotton, wool and gauze, when saturated with oxygen may be ignited by sparks produced in normal use of the device.

As a precaution do not use on individuals who have a pacemaker or metal implant. Request that the client removes all metal objects (wrist watches, jewelery etc) and remove all metal objects from treatment area before using the Device. It is not advisable to use this instrument in the proximity of jewelry, eyeglasses, digital watches, portable radios, pocket calculators, hearing aids, etc. Do not use the device on small appendages or other parts of the body having a relatively small cross sectional area (ie fingers, ears etc).

The tips of recently activated electrodes may be temporarily hot enough to cause burns or ignite flammable materials. Temporarily unused active electrodes should be stored away from flammable materials.

As a general rule the output power selected should be as low as possible and the arc utilisation times should be as short as possible to achieve the desired effects. When uncertain of the proper control setting for the power level in a given procedure, consult this manual. Do not use the device for purposes different than those intended purposes stated in this manual. Do not use any other video aids of sources as a substitute to this manual.

Do not place liquid containers in the vicinity of the unit. Wipe spilled liquids off the unit immediately. To prevent cross ­infection, sterilize the electrodes using the appropriate sterilizer ​before their use​ and ​after every use​

Smoke generated during electro carbonisation may have harmful effects to the user and personnel. The use of surgical mask and adequate removal of the smoke using an appropriate smoke evacuator is recommended. Regularly inspect accessories for damage and device for possible damages. Use only accessories that have been approved for use with the BeautyTeck® By Areton LTD.

Sometimes failure of the unit could result in an increase in power output

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Figure 1. Newest remote control model. This accommodates 2 standard 1.5V AAA batteries. Do not insert the special 3.6 Volt batteries into this remote control.

 

This section is not to be interpreted as a deviation from the instructions provided in the user manual. This page has been drafted to help our customers speed up the first set up process of the device. The device is very simple to set up, it normally takes an experienced user less than one minute.Please read the user manual in its entirety before attempting to start up the device. Should any part of the user manual not be clear please feel free to get in touch with us for clarification.

Please note that before starting to use the device for its aesthetic intended purposes you should be able to easily and comfortably generate and sustain the electrical arc for at least 2 seconds while the device is set at minimum power (level 1) with three battery configuration. To learn this skill please practice on a piece of test meat as shown on this page of the online training platform. Then you can go and review each other section as you require of the online training platform to familiarize with the different techniques for the several aesthetic applications of the device.

Always bear in mind that there are several intended purposes of this portable electrical plasma generator and it may take a while to learn all about each aesthetic treatment protocol, so take your time and do not rush the learning process. If at any point would require any clarification please feel free to contact us either over the phone or via email.

  battery holder Figure 2. Device battery holder. This accommodates up to 4 blue special 3.6 V AAA batteries. Make sure you have plenty of fully spare charged batteries at your disposal to ensure continuity of treatment.  

With your order, you will have received 3 special Blue 3.6 V AAA Batteries and a white dummy battery. These are to be used exclusively in the main device. The white dummy battery is not an "accumulator", it is essentially a short circuit required to operate the device using the three battery configuration. The blue 3.7V AAA batteries which are included with your order are only provided to help you during the first set up of the device and start using it immediately to practice on the test meat. It is highly recommended, you purchase separately at least 12 of these 3.6V or 3.7V AAA special batteries immediately after you received the device. There are several manufacturers for this special type of batteries and you can purchase them yourself. To find the technical specifications of these special batteries please click here.

  three batteries Figure 3. Three battery configuration. The white dummy battery can be placed anywhere in the battery holder. Respect polarity.  

To set up the device for the first time follow the steps shown below:

(1) Insert normal 2 X AAA 1.5V batteries inside the remote control shown in figure 1. These are the same standard AAA type of batteries you can find at any local store or supermarket. Respect the polarity displayed in the remote control battery holder. Please make sure you do NOT insert the 3.6 Volt batteries into the remote control. These are to be used only to power the device itself. If you insert the 3.6Volt batteries inside the remote control, this will damage the internal remote control circuitry.   four battery Figure 4. Four battery configuration. The white dummy battery is not needed for this configuration. Respect polarity.  

(2) Recharge the 3.6V AAA type of batteries using your preferred battery charger. For further details about the recommended charger please click here. During the normal use of the device while treating clients make sure you have several batteries, already charged at your disposal to avoid treatment interruption due to sudden battery loss of charge. When the batteries reach the end of their useful life they will then to hold a little charge and lose power very easily despite the way they are recharged.

(3) Once the Special 3.6 V AAA batteries are recharged place them in the device battery holder you must respect the polarity shown in the casing. You can either insert three or four batteries. The three battery configuration is the preferred set-up for most aesthetic uses. If you are using three batteries, the white dummy battery can be placed anywhere inside the device battery holder (see figure 3). The dummy battery is essentially a short circuit and its only purpose is to close the electrical circuit for this reason you can place it anywhere you like inside the battery casing.

  4 batt Figure 5. Default configuration. No matter whether you place 3 or 4 batteries this is what the screen will display as soon as the batteries are placed inside the device.  

(4) As soon as you placed the batteries inside the battery holder you will notice a beeping sound. This is to alert you that the device is operational. At this point look at the digital display of the device. The screen will display 4 batteries as default (See figure 5). If you have inserted 3 batteries (three blue 3.6 V batteries and the dummy battery), point the remote control towards the LED Screen and press PWR- (power down) button on the remote control. At this point, you should see that the screen displays 3 batteries (See figure 6). At this point press, the On/Off button and the device will start up automatically using the "three batteries configuration".

  3 batt Figure 6. This is how the screen will look like when you press the power down button before startup.  

Figure 5 shows what the screen displays by default as soon as the batteries are placed into the device. So if you placed 4 blue 3.6V AAA batteries inside the device you can simply press the On/Off button to start it up using the "4 battery configuration". Conversely, if you have placed three batteries, 3 blue 3.6V AAA and the white dummy as shown in figure 3, the screen will display the same configuration "4Battery". However, you will have to change the configuration before you press the On/Off button in order to start up the device correctly. If you start up the device incorrectly (i.e. you start it up placing 3 batteries but using the default 4 battery configuration the device will think the battery level is too low).

  stop Figure 7. This is how the screen will appear by default as soon as the device is started up by pressing the On/Off button.  

Figure 7 shows how the default screen looks like upon startup. You can see the battery charge indicator on the top left of the screen on the device. On the top right the power level bar with a number "1" At the bottom right. This is the power setting indicator of the device, which you can change by using the PWR+ or PWR- buttons on the remote control. By default, on the bottom right you will see the writing "Stop", this means that the device is not powered on yet. The other parameters of the screen are irrelevant to the user.

  Figure 8. The white head of the device has to be unscrewed in order to allow the needle holder to release and accommodate the needle.  

(5) At this point, you can place the needle inside the device. This can be either done before starting up the device or after the startup. If you would like to insert the needle after the initial startup makes sure the display shows "Stop" on the bottom right of the screen. This will mean that the device is not power up yet. If you would like to work with the bent needle, it is advisable you bend the needle before placing it inside the device. You will find that the needle can be relatively easily bent using your fingers. It is not important how the needle is bent and the angle or even that it is bent at all. The needle is only bent to increase ease of operation and it does not have any effect on how the device will perform during normal use.

  screwed Figure 9. Once you placed the needle inside the needle holder simply screw the white head to secure the needle. Avoid over tightening.  

To insert the needle into the device, first unscrew the white head and this will automatically release the needle holder as shown in figure 8. Insert the needle into the holder and screw the white head until tight. Make sure you do not use too much force (do not over-tighten) as this is not necessary and it could break the device. Once the Device has started up you can see on the screen the Battery level, the power level bar. In order to power up the electrode press the On/Off button on the remote control while pointing it towards the screen on the device.

  Bent needle Figure 9. The needle can be bent in order to allow ease of operation.  

In order to check the device is powered on, check the screen is displaying "work". The default power level of the device is 0 or 1 (minimum). At this point, you can increase the power level by pressing the PWR+ on the remote control while pointing it towards the screen. You can look at the screen and see that the power bar has increased and the number below it has increased too. Conversely, if you want to decrease the power level of the device simply press the PWR- button on the remote control while pointing it towards the screen on the device. You will notice the bar level decreasing as well as the number below it. While operating the device you will notice how the arc is easier to generate and more effective at higher power levels than lower power levels.

  work Figure 10. Once you press the On/Off button the second time you will power up the tip of the device and you will read "Work" on the bottom right of the screen.  

(6) The Device also allows you to switch on the LED Light and increase its intensity as you require fit. By default, the LED light is switched on when you first start up the device. In order to switch on the LED light simply press the Light+ button on the remote. In figure 1 you can see the button in the middle/top/right. As you keep pressing the Light+ button while pointing the remote control towards the device screen you will notice how the light intensity increases every time you press the button. Conversely in order to decrease the LED light intensity simply press the Light- button. Every time you press it you will notice the lighting intensity decrease until the light switches off completely.

  led light Figure 11. You can switch on and off the LED light as well as control its lighting intensity by using the remote control.  

(7) In order to power off the device, you have two options. One is to simply take the batteries off and storing them in a cool place. This is the preferred option if you are not sure when you will be using the device again. Otherwise, if you, for example, know that you have to use the device again the day after or only after a few hours and you do not want to remove the batteries for convenience, you can choose to place the device "upright" on the square magnet provided. This will power off the device. However, this "powering off" method is not advisable in case you intend not to use the device for long periods of time as the circuitry will still draw (although little) some power from the batteries.

 
 

Aftercare is more important than the aesthetic treatment itself. If the area treated is not kept clean, there is a potential risk of developing infections and this applies to any type of aesthetic treatments. Aftercare is usually far more important than the way the aesthetic treatment is carried out.

It is also important to avoid direct sun exposure of the area treated for at least 3 months. Total sun screen must be worn every day even if there is no direct sun exposure. Although the risks of hyperpigmentation are low they still exist and they usually occur due to excessive sun exposure too early even while using total sun screen.

To summarise, the client has to: 1. Keep the area clean and avoid infections until the scabs have formed. 2. If they form, the scabs must not be picked and have to fall off by themselves. 3. Do not apply any makeup until any scabs which might have formed have fallen off by themselves. 4. Avoid sun exposure (even indirect) and wear total sunblock on the area treated after any scabs which might have formed have fallen off for at least 3 months after the last treatment. 5. Do not apply any plasters on the area treated.

Highly recommended: 1. Apply the appropriate soothing product immediately as the treatment has been completed. This will minimise the perceived downtime. (If you have performed skin tightening, do not remove the carbon residues intentionally). 2. Apply a suitable antiseptic or antibacterial cream. The client can use these type of products twice a day to minimize the risks of infection.

The aftercare after using AC Electrical arcing is more important than the aesthetic procedure itself

The BeautyTeck is the ultimate generation of cosmetic devices for Cosmetic Clinics and Beauticians and it has commercial intended use only.

This instrument does not require any power cables to be connected to the mains, it is completely wireless and extremely versatile. It has a vast array of applications and these are limited to the manufacturer's protocols.

The BeautyTeck device has been designed to make cosmetic equipment portable, precise, safe, versatile and easy to use. It is a good substitute of cosmetic lasers and it can be used in conjunction with them, because the power levels of lasers are generally too high for the delicate procedures in cosmetics.

The principle of operation of the BeautyTeck device can be explained as follows: The difference in voltage between the skin and the tip of the device produces a small electrical arc which is regulated by the embedded CPU.

How to charge the batteries, using the standard battery charger

The device comes with 4 special 3.6V batteries and 1 dummy battery as standard . A standard external battery charger is provided with the unit. As you insert the batteries the lights will come on automatically. Do not leave the batteries to charge for longer than 2 hours. If you forget the batteries on charge for longer than two hours this could shorten the batteries lifespan. Read the battery charger manufacturer's user manual for more information.

How many batteries?

The device has been designed to be used with either 3 or 4 batteries. Why the option of using either 3 or 4 batteries? After thousands of hours of device operation, the need for battery durability as well as precision and low power has prompted the manufacturer to allow for these two options. The use of three batteries allow the widest range of power levels. In this case the use of three batteries allows maximum precision of operation at minimum power (level 1). This very low power level allow a very high degree of precision and for the most delicate applications in cosmetics. Instead, when operating using 4 batteries, the device maximizes the battery durability due to higher capacity of the 4 batteries.

Three batteries mode

If you would like to use 3 batteries, use the dummy battery provided with the device. Insert one dummy battery provided with the device and also insert three fully charged blue batteries. As you insert the batteries, the equipment will power up automatically and the display will show the 4 battery option by default. Use the power button down on the remote control to select the three batteries option. As you selected the three battery option press on/off button and the unit will start up in three battery mode.

Four batteries mode

If you would like to use 4 batteries, simply insert four fully charged blue batteries provided with the device. As you insert the batteries the equipment will power up automatically and display the 4 battery option by default. Use the on/off button on the remote control for system start up.

How long should the batteries last?

When the batteries are new, they should keep the unit in full operation mode for over one hour using 3 batteries. Should the batteries last less this may mean that the batteries have started to deteriorate and they should be replaced. Remember that the internal CPU always demands power from the batteries. Hence if the device is not turned off by using the magnet, the batteries will discharge in a short period of time.

How to extend the battery useful life.

The batteries are not covered by the manufacturer's warranty. In order to extend the number of times the batteries can be recharged and still hold their charge to a reasonable level it is recommended: − not to keep the batteries in charge for longer than 2 hours − to discharge the batteries completely before recharging them − remove the batteries every time the device is not in use − to avoid short circuiting the batteries

Once you have started the system up, by default the device will not power up the tip and the power setting will be at the lowest. At this point you can increase or decrease the power level to the target value required for the procedure you need. If you want to power up the tip just press the on/off button on the remote control and the tip will power up. As the tip powers up, you will read “work” on the display and the blue “strip” led light will switch on as well. Then you can start operating the device as the tip will be operational.

The device is powered on as long as the batteries are placed in the device. It is highly recommended to always remove the batteries from the device when the device it is not in use. It is advisable to do this in order to extend the useful life of the batteries. In case the user prefers not to remove the batteries from the device and power off the BeautyTeck, it is possible to place the device upright on the magnet provided at the time of purchase. It is recommended powering off the unit by using the magnet only when the use of the device is frequent . While placed on its magnet, the device will power off and the batteries will hold charge for approximately one week. However in case the device is not used for a long period of time it is always recommended to remove the batteries.

The needles provided are not sterile. It is essential to sterilise every needle, every time the device is used on a client. It is the responsibility of the user to sterilise the needles appropriately.

Dimensions without needle 250mm x 70mm x 50mm
Power Input 3 or 4 Batteries
Maximum Output Voltage 1 KV
Frequency 90 KHz Sinewave
Type of Electrode Provided Needle
Control Remote IR Battery Powered

The design life of the equipment is over ten years for normal use. The equipment has not been designed to operate at full power for extended periods of time. The design life has been estimated correlating the life span of each single component. All the semiconductor devices chosen during the design of the equipment are made by high tech manufactures and the highest quality components currently available.

The equipment comes with 1 year manufacturer's warranty. The warranty covers parts and labour in case of equipment breakdown due to manufacturing faults. In order for the warranty to hold valid, it is mandatory to register the device with the Manufacturer or Seller. Removal or tampering with the labels will void the warranty. The warranty does not apply to any parts subject to wear and tear. Extension of the warranty is also possible at the time of purchase. The batteries are not covered by our standard 1 year warranty.

Like after the use of cosmetic Lasers, the immediate effects produced by the electronically controlled arc for cosmetic/aesthetic applications are similar to the ones produced by any cosmetic laser. Therefore, swelling of the area treated with the equipment is a normal reaction which occurs after sessions with the BeautyTeck Device. It is essential to inform the client in advance of such effects as failure of doing so can cause unnecessary distress to the client after the session. Undesired effects:
● Hypo and hyper pigmentation.
● Abnormal scar formations including hypertrophic and atrophic scars. The risks of development of scar tissue is dependent on the individual skin reaction and cannot be eliminated by design nor by use with special precautions. The potential for scarring increase if the treated area becomes infected during the natural skin recovery process. Alternatively it can also occur if the same area of the skin is at shorter intervals than those suggested in the instructions or the arc is applied for too long. Reckless use of the device can cause injuries and scars.
● Keloids in those individuals with natural predisposition to develop them.

All the above risks can be minimised but can never we discarded. Therefore appropriate information must be included in the consent forms which will need to be signed by the clients before proceeding with any treatment including patch testing

The person subject to any treatment must be healthy with no underlining medical conditions. The client must not have taken any medication within the 7 days before the treatment.

Do not use on people:
● With herpes simplex even if not active.
● Breastfeeding
● Pregnant
● Taking any medication within 7 days from the cosmetic treatment.
● Clients with Pacemakers or metal implants.

● Keep clear legible notes of the way you have conducted the treatment. It is strongly recommended to Video Record every treatment you carry out​. Take plenty of before pictures and keep video and photographic evidence electronically for your record. It is recommended to store this information for at least 10 years.
● Always have a consent form signed by the client before you start any treatments including patch testing. It is recommended your insurer help you reviewing the informed consent form.
● Before any aesthetic treatment is undertaken on every new client, a patch test must be performed on a small area below the chin and behind the ear to make sure the client does not experience any adverse reaction to the cosmetic treatment. Let the area recover over a 2 weeks' period. After it has been established that there had not been any hyperpigmentation, hipopigmentation, keloids formation or any adverse reaction, the user can go ahead and perform the full aesthetic treatment.
● If you are using the device for skin tightening do not remove the carbon residues after the treatment.
● The outcome of the aesthetic procedure is directly related to the way the device is used and not only the power level. The longer the arc is applied the deeper the effects on the skin or the benign lesion. Conversely the shorter the duration of the arc at any given point the milder or superficial the effects. If you are using the device in spray operation (when the arc is sprayed over the area you are treating) the effects on the skin or benign lesion are related to the speed motion of the electrode, at any given power level.
● If accidental minor damage is caused to the upper dermis this itself does not usually lead to scarring or adverse reactions, provided that the aftercare is carried out properly. However, it must be borne in mind, that the more damage is caused to the dermis the higher the likelihood of developing scars or other undesired effects.
● Once you have finished the treatment apply suitable antiseptic and soothing product on the area treated.
● Allow a minimum of six weeks before repeating any treatment on the same area. In any case make sure the area has fully recovered before repeating the treatment.
● Do not treat an overall area larger than a 50 pence coin, at a time. If you have to treat large overall area split the treatments into small areas and allow each area to recover fully before moving to treating another area of the body.
● Applying appropriate numbing cream on the area before proceeding with the patch testing or treatment is not mandatory, however increases the client’s comfort during the aesthetic procedure.
● Do not treat areas which present a challenge to keep clean, or could present challenges during the aftercare.
● Use the device with prudence and always adopt a conservative approach

The most important power levels for cosmetic treatments are the lowest with three batteries. The highest power setting is used to remove the main bulk of benign moles and benign growths.

ARETON BEAUTY is a very versatile portable cosmetic equipment. The device is to be used only for aesthetic purposes any other purposes are strictly forbidden. The user must adhere to these cosmetic applications as outlined in this manual. No training aid should be interpreted as a substitution of this instruction manual. The user must check that these cosmetic procedures are regarded as such in their respective countries.

Before you move to performing aesthetic treatments you must to learn how to generate the arc while the device is set at minimum power level with three batteries. In order to do so practice generating the arc on a piece of steak or chicken leg. First set the device at maximum power and practice generating the arc. You will notice that the arc is generated without the need of touching the surface of the meat. Once you feel you are confident in generating the electrical arc at maximum power level, start progressively lowering the power level of the device until reaching the minimum setting (level 1, three batteries configuration). Practice generating the arc at this power level, once you are comfortably able to generate the arc at minimum power setting then you can begin performing the aesthetic procedures.

The power level preferred for this type of procedure is level 1 using three batteries. Apply the tip of the device on top of area you intend to treat for brown spot removal and (without touching the skin) carbonise very quickly in spray mode. Spray the brown spot only once (avoid spraying over the same area twice) and wipe off the carbon residues using a cotton pad impregnated with non flammable antiseptic. Usually one quick spray motion suffices to achieve the desired results. Do not spray over the upper part of the dermis as this is not needed and could increase the risks of scarring.

Superficial peels by using the device in spray operation produce very similar rejuvenating effects to the use of TCA, Glycolic, Mandelic acid etc. Also similar results can be obtained by using the device in spot mode. The power setting to be used is level 1 with three batteries

The results of cosmetic peels are wrinkle reduction and attenuation. This applies to perioral, periorbital wrinkles attenuation and upper and lower eyelid rejuvenation.

Apply arc, in a random fashion, in very short bursts (lasting a fraction of a second, less than a quarter of a second) distanced 3 to 4 millimetres apart. Do not apply the spots inside the wrinkles folds or body any cavities.

Only benign moles can be removed with this device. To make sure they are benign, they must be checked by a dermatologist first.

In case of thick moles, use level one with four batteries and use the device in spray mode. In case of particularly thick moles (over 4 mm in thickness) the power level can be increased only in order to speed up the removal process. After every spray operation the carbon residues have to be removed using a cotton pad impregnated with non flammable antiseptic. Once the mole residue is protruding approximately 2 mm from the surrounding skin, the power level must be reduced to the minimum for maximum precision of operation. Keep spraying on top of the mole and wipe off the carbon residues after every spraying motion, until the mole is leveled off. The first time the device is used for this application the user must utilise the device at level one with three batteries even for thick moles. In any case, even once you have acquired experience with the use of the device, if your client is requesting to have a type of benign lesion removed which you are not yet familiar with, always use the device set at minimum power level with three batteries. If in doubt in regards with the nature of the lesion your client requests you to treat, refrain from treating the lesion and refer the client to a specialist.

Use of osmosis for tattoo fading

Refrain from using osmosis altogether (the timed use of sterile sodium chloride on the tattoo after the use of electrical arcing) on those areas of the skin which are easily prone to infection or are subject to rubbing with clothing, bending, creasing or stretching (i.e. waistline, elbows, wrists, knees, shoulders, ankles etc). It is not advisable to carry out osmosis on areas subject to rubbing with clothing, bending, creasing or stretching because the recovery of these areas are more challenging than other parts of the body. Therefore when you assess a tattoo if you think that the area where the tattoo is situated could be challenging during the aftercare or if you deem the area would be too easily prone to infections, either refrain from using osmosis or refrain from performing tattoo fading treatments altogether.

Patch Testing before Tattoo Fading (or Tattoo Removal)

Patch test every client on a very small part of the tattoo before performing any full tattoo fading procedure. Allow at least two weeks’ period after the patch test before starting the tattoo fading treatment. If you intend to use osmosis on the tattoo, patch test using osmosis during the tattoo patch testing. The area to be patch tested has to be no larger than a quarter of a pence. Remember to have the consent form signed before you patch test for tattoo fading. Once the area of the tattoo you patch tested has recovered completely, no adverse effects are apparent, and the client consent to continue the tattoo fading treatment then you can start the normal tattoo fading procedure.

How to carry out Tattoo Fading (Tattoo Removal)

Do not treat an area larger than a 50 pence coin at a time

Set the device at level one and use “three battery configuration”. Spray quickly on the area of the tattoo you intend to treat only once and remove the carbon residues. Let the area recover for 8 weeks and and repeat the treatment if appropriate. Scabs can form within 4 days from the treatment. They must fall off by themselves. After each recovery period the tattoo will have faded slightly

If you intend to use osmosis, set the device at level one and use “three battery configuration”. Spray quickly on the area of the tattoo you intend to treat only once and remove the carbon residues. Apply very fine sterile salt on the area you have treated and bandage. Make sure neither you nor your client scrubs the salt against the area treated during application of sodium Chloride. Leave the part bandaged for 30 minutes maximum. Remove the bandage, carefully wash and disinfect with a mild antiseptic (ie Benzalkonium Chloride) and apply an appropriate antiseptic cream. Let the area recover for 8 weeks and repeat the treatment if appropriate. Scabs should form within 4 days from the treatment. They must fall off by themselves.After each recovery period the tattoo will have faded slightly

In any case the treatment must be superficial and no damage must be caused to the dermis.

Remind the importance of the aftercare and handout an aftercare leaflet to your client. The aftercare information must also be clearly stated in the consent form. Failure to carry out the aftercare appropriately can result in complications and scarring.

Allow a minimum of 8 weeks before repeating the treatment on the same area. If after 8 weeks the area is tender refrain from repeating the treatment.

Permanent makeup is a tattoo technique generally used for cosmetic purposes. Any permanent makeup made for medical purposes must not be removed using this device.Patch test a small area of the tattoo before moving to treat the area fully.

Use level one with three batteries in spray mode apply the tip of the device in spray mode. Spray on the tattoo only once. Remove the carbon residues with a cotton pad impregnated with non flammable antiseptic. Do not cause damage to the dermis. Apply, on the area you have treated, a paste made by sterile salt and sterile saline solution. Keep the paste for a maximum period of 15 minutes. Rinse and disinfect using benzalconium choride. Once the area is dry apply the appropriate antiseptic cream.

In any case the treatment must be superficial and no damage must be caused to the dermis.

Remind the importance of the aftercare and handout an aftercare leaflet to your client. The aftercare information must also be clearly stated in the consent form. Failure to carry out the aftercare appropriately can result in complications and scarring.

Allow a minimum of 8 weeks before repeating the treatment on the same area. If after 8 weeks the area is tender refrain from repeating the treatment.

At the end of its working life. The product must not be disposed as Urban waste. It must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste collection center or to a dealer providing this service.

 
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Disposing of electrical products separately avoids possible negative consequences for the environment and health deriving from inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials to be recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and resources. As a reminder of the need to dispose of electronic products separately, the product is marked with a crossed out wheeled dustbin

 
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Do not expose the device or the batteries to naked flame.

Although the batteries and device are not flammable, do not expose them to naked flame