This mode of operation is preferred in aesthetics for:
- Thermabrasion, for tattoo removal
- Brown and age spots removal
- Mild thermapeeling for localised skin tightening
- Benign moles and Benign skin lesions removal and more
For ease of this exercise, the first time you practice the spray mode operation, set the equipment at maximum power and as soon as the spark is generated while keeping the electrode at a constant distance from the surface of the chicken skin (or meat) make a sweeping movement while keeping the arc on. The power will be set high only for this exercise to allow you the ease of practice. As you gain confidence at high power levels, then practice at lower power levels, down to the minimum setting. Normally the power levels used for aesthetic treatments, with an exception for mole removal, by using voltaic arc are very low.
In this last exercise, you will see that by increasing or decreasing the speed of the sweeping movement the carbonization effects vary, even if the power setting of the equipment remains unchanged. What you will notice, is that the higher your sweeping speed, the more superficial the carbonisation effects, whereas as the sweeping speed decreases the carbonization effects penetrate deeper into the skin of the chicken or meat surface.
In order to later move to utilizing voltaic arcs for aesthetic applications, practice on your own by using all the different power levels and spend some time practicing and having fun drawing whatever you wish on the meat.
As you have seen in this video the effects produced by the electric arc are directly related to the way the equipment is used and the arc applied. In aesthetic treatments, the final results will be dependent on the way you perform each procedure. Therefore, if you purchased a voltaic arc generator for aesthetic purposes, the best advice is to start practicing as shown in this video. Practise makes it perfect and there is nothing called as too much practice. So repeat all these exercises on your own and have fun.