Supplies and Accessories
- Diamond Dermabrasion Machine x 1
- PVC vacuum hose 6*4 x 1
- Diamond pen x 3
- Pens box & foam x1
- Diamond Head x 9
- Heads box & foam 1
- O-rings x 3
- Cotton Filter x 1package
- Power cord x 1
- Fuse x3
- Manual x1
- Power: 65 VA Fuse: 2A
- Operating Instruction for Diamond Dermabrasion
- 1. Push in the movable ring of copper nozzle at the hand piece, and pull out the 6x4 size vacuum hose. Then push in the black plastic ring on the vacuum hose.
- 2. Put a drop of cream or milk lotion on the vacuum hose nozzle, push in the movable ring and insert in the vacuum hose to the limit.
- 3. Insert a cotton swab into the Diamond Head, then tight up the Diamond Head on the hand piece. Remove the cotton swab after every treatment.
- 4. Turn on the power switch.
- 5. Adjust the Vacuum intensity by Vacuum Regulator according to the following reference table, the intensity displays on Vacuum gauge and check with the client for comfort.
- 1. Always begin treatment conservatively and observe the effects by the touch and appearance of the skin. A vacuum power that is too high or too big may cause an inflammatory response.
- 2. Edema and erythema can occur following treatment, but will resolve in few hours.
- 3. Overly aggressive techniques can cause mild flaking over the next 3-4 days. Epidermis that is treated too aggressively can lead to bleeding in the superficial dermis.
- 4. Diamond Dermabrasion should not be used on sensitive areas such as eyelids. The eyelids should be closed at all times during the procedure and may be covered with damp cotton pads.
- 5. The following areas are considered inappropriate for treatment: Skin tumor, moles, birthmark, angioma, lips, eyes, herpes, skin cancer, and liver spots.
Important Notice of Caution before using this machine:
Never operate this equipment on a person has or suffers from the following medical conditions
described below. (The salon or operator may consider having a client sign a waiver to the effect
that he/she is free of any poor health conditions.)
- 1. Heart Disease
- 2. Heart Murmur or Irregular Heart Rate
- 3. Has a Pacemaker or other type of heart rate balancer.
- 4. Pregnancy
- 5. Epilepsy
- 6. Alcoholism
- 7. Ulcers
- 8. Disease of Stomach, Intestine, Liver, or Pancreas.
- 9. Breast Cancer.
- 10. Undergoing treatment for any form of Cancer.