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Bela MD 
Client Informed Consent Form

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The bela treatment is a system used to treat a variety of skin concerns. The effects of this treatment include exfoliation of the superficial layer of the skin using a micro-dermabrasion diamond tip. Penetration of an effective topical bio-infusion serum chosen to target specific skin conditions, such as acne, dehydration, fine lines and wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. The use of medium-frequency electromechanical stimulation provides a lifting effect, enhances blood circulation and promotes waste excretion. Penetration of fine Hydrogen water particles into the skin promotes an antioxidant effect. Electroporation is a technique in which a tiny electrical field is applied to cells to boost the permeability of the cell membrane and enhance cell uptake.


  •  The micro-dermabrasion tip works by removing the uppermost superficial layers of the dead skin cells from the face, neck, chest and hands, this will create favourable conditions for serum absorption. Microdermabrasion is used to treat fine lines and wrinkles, acne, scars and other skin conditions. The in tensity of the procedure can be adjusted to your desired results and comfort level.

  • The medium frequency electromechanical stimulation uses a water droplet-shaped handpiece that provides a kneading-type massage. This will increase blood circulation, skin regeneration, muscle relaxation and waste excretion, providing a lifting effect on the skin.

  • Hydrogen water, also known as H2 Therapy, will provide an antioxidant effect, to help reduce inflammation by eliminating free radicals.

  • Electroporation is a technique in which an electrical field is applied to the skin to boost the permeability of the cell membrane.


While bela treatments are safe and effective for most individuals. The following conditions outline who will not be good candidates for this type of trea
tment. Please review the listed contraindications and confirm that you do not have any of the following:

  • Pregnant or nursing woman

  •  Epileptic

  •  Use a pacemaker

  •  Have a muscular or nervous disease

  •  Being treated for cancer

  •  Have orthopedic implants

  •  Uncontrolled diabetes

  • Facial paralysis

Confirm all the items below are true

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