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GALVANIZATION (Electrotherapy)

Galvanic uses two polarities---positive and negative current. Most apparatus have a separate electrode for each. One electrode is held by the person receiving the treatment, while the other is maneuvered around the skin by the technician administering the treatment. This creates a simple circuit.
The current, depending on the polarity and the acidity or alkalinity of the product, causes a chemical reaction when the electrode is applied.

Disincrustation is one of the most commonly known treatments utilizing galvanic. This treatment is accomplished by application of an alkaline solution that is penetrated using the negative polarity. The product is pushed into the skin causing sebum to "melt." This is a treatment commonly used on a person who has acneic skin or a buildup of oils causing blackheads to clog the pores.

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