OYP is Proud to Offer the Sedona FACE PEMF System

The theory behind the SEDONA FACE and understanding how it works is very simple. Under the influence of Pulsating Magnetic Fields (PEMF therapy), blood-circulation is improved and the oxygen supply to the cells of the dermis and epidermis is increased. The skin is saturated with oxygen and various nutrients and many benefits result.

  •  Dark circles under the eyes and swelling of the eye lids may disappear
  •  Skin may soften and wrinkles diminish
  •  Puffy eyes and eye fatigue may reduce
  •  A youthful, natural glow is restored to skin
  •  Supports Facial Circulation for improved skin health

Research has shown that PEMF therapy may slow down the aging process at the cellular level and numerous clinical studies have been conducted on this technology, showing that PEMF therapy may reduce oxidative stress, support cell rejuvenation and bring natural balance to our cells. The Sedona Face not only provides this therapeutic treatment to your face, but also stimulates various acupuncture points, supporting holistic health and overall wellbeing.

Your Sedona Face PEMF mask is not only easy to use, put easy to take with you wherever you go. It’s like a portable spa in your purse! All you have to do is place the mask on your face, adjust with the velcro strap and relax as your skin absorbs the therapeutic PEMF treatment for 30 minutes. Use daily for best results.



Every cell in your body is vibrating at a particular frequency,  has a specific function and maintains a polarity charge when functioning optimally. Energy is essential for cellular function. For instance, brain cells continuously send information throughout the day and utilize their charge in the process. The good news is that during deep and REM sleep, your body repolarizes these cells, allowing them to wake up and resume sending information. However, factors such as stress, lifestyle choices, and aging can diminish your innate ability to recharge.

For example, Adrenal fatigue is a term we often come across. Our adrenal glands, which are about the size of a walnut and located on top of the kidneys, play a vital role. They produce cortisol (a critical hormone required by every cell in the body) and aldosterone, which regulates blood pressure, salt, water retention, and other related functions. When our adrenal glands are healthy, our bodies can effectively respond to stress and adapt to changing conditions in life, as intended. However, over time, with age or excessive stress, their adaptability diminishes, leading to adrenal gland fatigue and depletion.

PEMF therapy has demonstrated the ability to provide cells with an additional energy boost for improved functioning. It revolves around the frequency, waveform, and intensity of the therapy.

PEMF Science and Published Studies

What is PEMF Therapy?

PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes electromagnetic fields to promote healing and enhance overall wellness. It involves the use of electromagnetic waves at different frequencies to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes.

During a PEMF therapy session, a device emitting pulsed electromagnetic fields is applied to specific areas of the body or used in a whole-body approach. These electromagnetic pulses penetrate the body’s tissues and cells, targeting areas of pain, injury, or imbalance.

PEMF therapy is believed to work by influencing the electrical and chemical processes within the body, leading to improved circulation, reduced inflammation, enhanced cellular repair, pain relief, and overall well-being. It is commonly used in complementary and alternative medicine to address various conditions such as musculoskeletal pain, joint issues, chronic ailments, and even mental health concerns.   PEMF therapy has many benefits and may provide therapy that could potentially work to speed up your recovery from illnesses and injuries as well as to stop or lessen chronic pain.

The duration and frequency of PEMF therapy sessions may vary depending on individual needs. While some individuals may experience immediate relief or improvement, others may require multiple sessions over time to achieve optimal results.  It’s crucial to note that PEMF therapy should be administered by trained professionals and adhered to within appropriate guidelines and safety precautions. It may not be suitable for individuals with certain medical conditions or those who have implanted medical devices. Therefore, consulting with a healthcare provider before starting PEMF therapy is essential.

PEMF therapy has gained popularity in recent years due to its non-invasive nature and potential benefits for various health concerns. However, further research is needed to fully comprehend its mechanisms and effectiveness in different contexts.   If you are considering PEMF therapy, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or seek a reputable practitioner who can assess your specific needs and provide guidance on whether PEMF therapy is a suitable option for you.

How Does PEMF Therapy Work?

Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) are used in PEMF therapy, a non-invasive and all-natural treatment that some studies suggest may assist your body in healing itself. These fields are a particular kind of energy that can enter your tissues deeply and may activate biological activities. Inflammation, chronic pain, osteoarthritis, depression, fractures, and other disorders have all been treated using PEMF therapy for many years. It is important to note that these treatments may be approved for regulatory groups outside of the US, but at the time of this writing, these treatments are not approved or sanctioned by the FDA.

Studies have shown that PEMF therapy may work to speed up your recovery from illnesses and injuries as well as to stop or lessen chronic pain by employing a specialized PEMF device to transmit minute quantities of energy (pulses) to particular areas of your body. The electromagnetic waves that are emitted by the device can penetrate as deep as several inches into your skin. Your cells and tissues are stimulated by the small electrical currents produced by these pulses.

It is believed that your cells’ ability to make more energy (ATP), take in more oxygen, improve blood flow, supply nutrients more effectively, reduce inflammation, and activate natural healing processes are all aided by this stimulation 1.

What are the Potential Benefits of PEMF Therapy?

PEMF therapy has been clinically shown, but not sanctioned by the FDA, to have many benefits for various health conditions. The most common are:

  • Pain relief: It is possible that by lowering inflammation and obstructing pain signals, PEMF therapy can help you manage acute or chronic pain. It also may help enhance the function and mobility of joints that have undergone surgery or arthritis 2 3.
  • Wound healing: PEMF therapy may accelerate wound healing by stimulating collagen production, increasing blood flow, and preventing infection. It can also help heal non-union fractures that do not respond to conventional treatments 4.
  • Depression: It may be possible that by promoting brain activity and neurotransmitter release, PEMF therapy could enhance mood and cognitive performance. It may also assist in treating depression that is unresponsive to therapy or medicines 5.
  • Immune system: By raising white blood cell count, promoting lymphatic drainage, and regulating inflammatory cytokines, PEMF therapy may strengthen your immune system. Infections may also be fought off or prevented by it by triggering natural killer cells 6 7.

This electromagnetic technology has a wide range of other uses that could enhance general health and well-being.

Disclaimer Notice: The statements made in this article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your physician before using this or any other product.

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