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Superfrecator 6800 high frequency skin lesion removal

  • This item has been sold
  • Street: 5316 N. Clark St.
  • City: Chicago
  • State: Illinois
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 60640
  • Listed: 05/22/2014 9:53 am
  • Expires: This ad has expired
Superfrecator 6800 high frequency skin lesion removal


The Superfrecator 6800 series can remove:
Age Spots
Sun Spots
Skin Tags
Cherry Angiomas
Common Moles Warts
Hyper Pigmentation
Broken Capillaries (on face)
Cholesterol Deposits

Japanese-made Superfrecator 6800 model skin lesion removal device has been VERY lightly used. Purchased from Martinni Beauty. It is a small appliance that delivers a precise high-frequency electrical current via a sparking action through a fine needle to cauterize and dehydrate skin. The needle does not penetrate the skin; the tip is merely placed close to the lesion to be removed, the foot pedal is depressed, and a spark of electricity is deployed for as long as the foot pedal is engaged. The manufacturer states that the device permanently removes most types of skin lesions, including skin tags, ruby points, age spots, sun spots, calcium deposits, cholesterol deposits, flat and common moles, red moles, keratoses, fibromas, and dilated capillaries. The device is medical grade, and comes with four ports for the connection of the hand-piece. Three have been disabled by the manufacturer. They state that only the remaining port is in compliance with state boards for use by estheticians. I am selling this device with no guarantee that it is in compliance with any state’s board’s regulations for use by estheticians. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to establish this fact.

Retail – over $3,500.

Asking – $1,200 or BEST OFFER

Ad Reference ID: 801537e0022543d2

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