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SEQEX : A Quantum Leap To Ultimate Health

What is a SEQEX bed?
SEQEX is a wellness device that can be constantly re-tuned to your specific individual needs. This is done with Pulse Electro-Magnetic Field Therapy. It comes in the form of mat and is made of extremely durable, waterproof vinyl and is placed on a medical bed.

What does it feel like?
Most users do not feel anything immediately while being treated- it’s the subtle, gentle quantum charges to your personal quantum field that are first noticed, such as better sleep, more energy, clarity of thought, and a general feeling of well being.

After several sessions, the body begins to detox. The cells can then be nourished with oxygen minerals, and vitamins. Stem cells begin to regenerate and repair damaged organs and the immune system is activated to fight viruses and harmful bacteria. Blood circulation is also increased, which also improves skin completion.

How does it work?
Most agree that when a magnetic field passes through a human cell, the electric voltage potential of the cell is increased. Just like when batteries in a flashlight are depleted, the light gets dim. Similarly, PEMF (Pulse Electro-Magnetic Field) Therapy works in the same way. As the electromagnetic fields move through your body, the electric portion of the filed recharge the cells.

Since you have many different types of cells in your body, each cell has its own charging characteristics. Various tones are played into the magnetic coils inside the mat, which then generates an electromagnetic field. As the person lies on the mat, the electric field vibrates the walls of every cell in their body. The cell wall then becomes permeable. The toxin leaves the bone cells and is replaced by calcium from your diet. Blood cells work in a similar manner.

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Available at SB Electrolysis/Spa Bellissima


Skin Types vs. Skin Conditions

Skin Types

Skin type is the description of how and why your skin looks, feels and behaves as it does. The four most common skin types are:

  1. Normal: Displays a smooth texture and a rosy, clear surface, with fine pores. There are no visible blemishes, greasy patches or flaky areas. Sebum production, moisture content, keratinisation and desquamation are well-balanced. Normal skin is often found in young persons.
  2. Oily: Characterized by an increased amount of lipids on the skin surface due to overactive sebaceous glands. It is shiny and thick, often with enlarged pores. Oily skin is prone to blackheads and other blemishes. It occurs more often in men than in women, and mainly affects younger persons.
  3. Dry: Characterized by a lack of moisture in its corneous layer, dry skin results in tightness and even flaking. The skin appears dull, especially on the cheeks and around the eyes. It may lack elasticity, with accentuated fine lines and wrinkles. Extremely dry skin shows signs of cracking and itching.
  4. Combination: Combination skin is rather dry in some parts of the body and oily in other localizations. Mixed facial skin tends toward dryness on the cheeks and around the eyes while being oily in the t-zone (nose, forehead, chin). The dry parts and the oily parts require different skin care regimens.
What Influences Skin Type?

Internal Influences:

  • Hormonal changes (Menopause, pregnancy and menstrual cycles can cause the skin to fluctuate from oily to breakouts, skin discoloration and dryness.)
  • Skin disorders (rosacea, dermatitis, psoriasis)
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Medications
  • Diet (Research shows a diet high in antioxidants and omega-3 can improve the appearance of skin.)

External Influences:

  • Climate/weather (cold, warm, moist, dry)
  • Skin care routine (Routines such as over-exfoliating, over-moisturizing, or using irritating/drying ingredients can create skin problems that were not there before.)
  • Sun exposure (major cause of Hyperpigmentation)
  • Pollution (creates free radical activity that damages collagen)


Skin Conditions

Everyone has a skin type classification; however, not everyone has a skin condition. There is a distinct difference between type and condition. Conditions occur in many different skin types and include:

  • Dehydration, Dryness – Indicators of dehydration are  visible fine lines and feeling of tight skin
  •  Sun damage, Hyperpigmentation- Usually caused by Sun damage and over-exposure to harmful sun rays
  • Wrinkles and Acne- Wrinkles are caused by many intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Acne occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged

https://www.dermascope.com/client-care/skin-types-versus-skin-conditions