JP3041670U - Electrode needle with insulating sleeve - Google Patents

Electrode needle with insulating sleeve

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JP3041670U
JP3041670U JP1997001918U JP191897U JP3041670U JP 3041670 U JP3041670 U JP 3041670U JP 1997001918 U JP1997001918 U JP 1997001918U JP 191897 U JP191897 U JP 191897U JP 3041670 U JP3041670 U JP 3041670U
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貴志 堀越
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貴志 堀越
株式会社 ビーエスメディカル
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(57) 【Abstract】 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: It is possible to perform the adjustment of the sticking length of the electrode needle even while performing the treatment, without the need to replace the electrode needle each time, and to reliably protect the skin surface layer from burns. To provide an electrode needle used for hair removal treatment, wrinkle removal, hemangioma treatment and the like. SOLUTION: One end is connected to a power source, and the other end is pierced into wrinkles 11 and pores 12 of the skin, and an electrode needle 1 made of a conductor is used for wrinkle removal and hair removal. Cylindrical insulating sleeve 5 with a length shorter than the total length of the electrode needle
By attaching the insulating sleeve 5 to the electrode needle 1, the insulating portion 7 covered with the insulating sleeve and the non-insulating portion 8 not covered with the insulating sleeve 5 are fixed while pressing the insulating sleeve 5 against the skin, and the electrode needle 1 is slid. By doing so, it is possible to adjust the length of the non-insulating portion 8 that is inserted into the skin, and the electrode needle means is provided with an insulating sleeve.

Description

[Detailed description of the invention]

[0001]

[Technical field to which the invention belongs]

 The present invention relates to an electrode needle used for wrinkle removal and hair removal in cosmetic formation, and more specifically, one end is fixed to a predetermined portion of an electrode handpiece held by hand and the other end is wrinkled on the skin. The present invention relates to a technique for improving an ultrafine electrode needle that is used for wrinkle removal and hair removal when it is inserted into hairs and pores.

[0002]

[Prior art]

 2. Description of the Related Art Ultrafine electrode needles have conventionally been used to perform hair removal in cosmetic formation. In other words, this is a technique in which an ultrafine electrode needle is inserted into the pores and an electric current is passed through to electrically coagulate the hair roots and perform hair removal treatment.

However, the hair removal electrode needle having no insulating portion has a problem of causing burns because heat is also applied to the surface of the skin and the vicinity of the electrode needle insertion portion in the pores.

Therefore, a part of the electrode needle covered with an insulating material has been developed, and heat can be applied only to a predetermined site, and the surface of the skin can be protected by the insulating material. An electrode needle 14 has been developed (see Figure 6).

However, in such a technique, since the insulating material 15 is fixed to a predetermined portion of the electrode needle, in order to prevent the above-mentioned burn, the electrode needle is required each time depending on the location of the skin to be treated. 14 needs to be replaced. This replacement work of the needle 14 is a work of fixing an extremely fine electrode needle of only about 0.2 mm to a predetermined part of the electrode handpiece, which is very cumbersome and is not a problem in beauty treatment requiring quick treatment. is there.

Further, since the tip portion 16 of the electrode needle in the non-insulated state is constant, it is not possible to finely adjust the piercing length of the needle according to the depth of the pores. Furthermore, since the length of the non-insulated tip portion 16 of the electrode needle is set to be short for pores, it is not suitable for other treatments such as wrinkling.

[0007] On the other hand, conventionally, wrinkling for beauty formation has been performed by a technique of stretching the skin, a technique of performing laser treatment, etc., but these techniques require a large amount of treatment, which is inconvenient, and the effect of wrinkle removal is large. Was not enough.

[0008]

[Problems to be solved by the device]

 Therefore, the purpose of the present invention is to solve the above-mentioned problems of the electrode needle to which the insulating material is fixed, that is, the problem of causing burns on the skin surface, and the replacement work of the electrode needle that was necessary to match the depth of the pores. To eliminate the inconvenience.

[0009] Furthermore, the electrode needle is suitable not only for hair removal treatment but also for treatment of wrinkles and hemangiomas, and the puncture length can be freely adjusted while performing treatment, and the skin surface can be prevented from being burned. It is to propose an electrode needle capable of reliably performing the above.

[0010]

[Means for Solving the Problems]

 In order to achieve the above object, the following means are adopted. The electrode needle for use in wrinkle removal, hair removal, etc., comprising an electrode needle made of a conductor and an insulating sleeve attached to the electrode needle, wherein the insulating sleeve is the entire length of the electrode needle. The electrode needle means is provided with an insulating sleeve which is formed to have a shorter length and is slidably attached to the electrode needle. This insulating sleeve serves as a member for adjusting the length of insertion of the electrode needle into the wrinkles and pores of the skin, and a member for protecting the skin surface from burns due to heat of the electrode needle. In Claim 2, the end of the insulating sleeve arranged on the tip side of the electrode needle is formed so as to taper gradually toward the tip side of the electrode needle. The electrode needle means is provided with. The end of the tapered insulating sleeve is smoothly inserted into the wrinkles and pores of the skin to more reliably protect the skin surface from the burn due to the heat of the electrode needle. In claim 3, one end of the insulating sleeve is formed so as to be wider than the other end, and the electrode needle is inserted from the side of the wide opening to attach the insulating sleeve to the electrode needle. An electrode needle step provided with the insulating sleeve according to claim 1. The wide opening of the insulating sleeve serves to facilitate insertion of an extremely fine electrode needle of about 0.2 mm into the insulating sleeve and to increase the sliding length of the insulating sleeve. In Claim 4, the end of the insulating sleeve arranged on the tip side of the electrode needle is formed so as to gradually taper toward the tip side of the electrode needle. The electrode needle means is provided with. The tapered end of the insulating sleeve is smoothly inserted into wrinkles and pores of the skin to more reliably protect the skin surface from burns due to the heat of the electrode needle, and the wide open end of one insulating sleeve is The function of facilitating insertion of the ultra-fine electrode needle into the insulating sleeve is achieved. An electrode needle means provided with the insulating sleeve according to claim 1, wherein the insulating sleeve is made of a synthetic resin such as Teflon, and an insulating sleeve is formed of a synthetic resin such as Teflon. The electrode needle means provided with the insulating sleeve of claim 7, claim 9 is the electrode needle means provided with the insulating sleeve of claim 3, wherein the insulating sleeve is made of synthetic resin such as Teflon, and the claim 9 is the edge sleeve The electrode needle means provided with the insulating sleeve according to claim 4, wherein the synthetic resin is made of Teflon, is adopted. With these means, the insulating sleeve is made of synthetic resin such as Teflon, which makes it easier to mold the insulating sleeve itself, and because it is a flexible material, it does not damage the skin and makes it softer. Suitable treatment becomes easy.

[0011]

[Embodiment of the invention]

 Next, an embodiment of the present invention will be described based on a preferred embodiment.

FIG. 1 is a view showing a state in which an electrode needle having an insulating sleeve according to a first embodiment of the present invention is fixed to an electrode handpiece, and FIG. 2 is an enlarged view of the vicinity of the electrode needle according to the same embodiment. FIGS. 3 (A) and 3 (B) are views showing a partially enlarged view of a modified example of the insulating sleeve, FIG. 4 is a view showing how the embodiment according to the present invention is used, and FIG. It is a figure which shows the mode of other usage of an example.

First, as shown in FIG. 1, an electrode needle insertion port 3 that also serves as a power source is formed at one end of an electrode handpiece 2 whose surface is formed of an insulating member so that it can be directly held by hand. ing. This insertion port 3 is designed so that one end of the electrode needle 1 can be inserted and the end portion can be gripped and fixed.

The electrode needle 1 is made of a conductive material and is an extremely fine needle having a thickness of about 0.1 mm to 0.8 mm.

At one end of the electrode needle 1, a cylindrical grasped portion 4 is formed which is slightly thicker than the needle body. The grasped portion 4 is a portion to be inserted and grasped in the insertion port 3 formed at the end of the electrode handpiece 2 described above.

The electrode needle 1 has a thickness and a length so that it can be appropriately selected according to the size and length of the place to be treated, that is, the wrinkles 11 and pores 12 of the skin (see FIGS. 4 and 5). There are several different types of things. Each tip portion 6 of the electrode needle 1 is sharply formed and becomes a portion to be inserted into the subcutaneous tissue of the wrinkle 11, the pore 12 or the like (see FIGS. 4 and 5).

Next, as shown in FIG. 2, the electrode needle 1 is fitted with a cylindrical insulating sleeve 5a made of a flexible insulating material such as Teflon and having an inner cylindrical portion.

Here, the insulating sleeve 5a is formed to have a length L5 shorter than the total length L1 of the electrode needle 1. Therefore, by attaching the insulating sleeve 5a to the electrode needle 1, the insulating portion 7 covered with the insulating sleeve 5a and the non-insulating portion 8 not covered with the insulating sleeve 5a are formed in the electrode needle 1. Become. The non-insulating portion 8 (the portion on the side of the tip portion 6) is pierced into the subcutaneous tissue of the wrinkles 11 or the pores 12 (see FIGS. 4 and 5).

Then, the insulating sleeve 5a inserted into the electrode needle 1 can be slid only on the electrode needle 1 by lightly pressing it against the skin with a fingertip and fixing it. The length of the non-insulating part 8 to be inserted can be adjusted. In this regard, the same applies to modified examples of the insulating sleeve 5a described below.

FIG. 3A is a partially enlarged view of an insulating sleeve 5b which is a modified example of the insulating sleeve 5a. As shown in FIG. 3, the outer sleeve portion of the insulating sleeve 5b on the electrode needle tip 6 side is shown. Has a taper so that the taper is gradually tapered toward the tip portion 6. That is, by forming such a tapered portion 9, the end portion of the insulating sleeve 5b with respect to the electrode needle 1 does not have a step. As a result, the surface of the skin that comes into contact with the insulating sleeve 5b is not damaged, and at the same time, the pores 12 and the like are easily inserted.

Further, FIG. 3B is a partially enlarged view of an insulating sleeve 5c which is another modified example of the insulating sleeve 5a. A feature of the insulating sleeve 5c is that the end portion on the side of the gripped portion 4 side is formed to have a wide opening like a trumpet.

By providing the trumpet-shaped opening 10, the insulating sleeve 5c is easier to insert the electrode needle 1 into the sleeve than the insulating sleeve 5a, and has a length that allows the sleeve to slide with respect to the electrode needle 1. But it will be longer.

That is, in the insulating sleeve 5a not including the trumpet-shaped opening 10, the gripped portion 4 serves as a stopper to limit the sliding, but the insulating sleeve 5c including the trumpet-shaped opening 10 is gripped to some extent. Since it can slide over the part 4, it can slide for that much.

The trumpet-shaped opening 10 may be formed by forming a taper on the outer cylinder of the insulating sleeve 5c over the entire longitudinal direction. Furthermore, by combining the taper portion 9 of the insulating sleeve 5b and the trumpet-shaped opening 10 of the insulating sleeve 5c, a more suitable insulating sleeve can be obtained.

Hereinafter, a method of using the insulating sleeve 5 and the electrode needle 1 will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 and 5.

First, from among the plurality of types of electrode needles 1 to which the insulating sleeve 5 is attached, the thickness and length that are considered to match the length of the wrinkles 11 and the depth of the pores 12 of the skin to be treated. The electrode needle 1 formed in 1 is appropriately selected.

Next, when the electrode needle 1 provided with the insulating sleeve 5 is used for wrinkle removal (see FIG. 4), pressing the insulating sleeve 5 with a finger causes skin near the end of the wrinkle 11. To be fixed. Then, the electrode needle 1 is inserted from the non-insulated tip portion 6 toward the subcutaneous tissue at the approximate center of the wrinkle 11 of the skin. When the tip 6 reaches the target subcutaneous tissue, a current is applied to the electrode needle 1 for a predetermined time, and then the electrode needle 1 is extracted together with the insulating sleeve 5. As a result, the wound healing mechanism works on the coagulated subcutaneous tissue, which promotes new generation of the dermal fiber component and the wrinkles 11 are extended.

On the other hand, when the electrode needle 1 provided with the insulating sleeve 5 is used for hair removal treatment (see FIG. 5), first, the tip portion of the insulating sleeve 5 is fixed and fixed in the pores 12. Then, the electrode needle 1 is inserted from the non-insulated tip 6 toward the hair root 17 of the hair 13. When the tip 6 reaches the hair root 17, a current is applied to the electrode needle 1 for a predetermined time, and then the electrode needle 1 is extracted together with the insulating sleeve 5. As a result, the heated hair roots 17 are electrocoagulated and hair is removed.

[0029]

[Effect of the invention]

 The effects of the invention disclosed by the present application are listed below.

(1) Since the length of the tip end, which is the non-insulating portion of the electrode needle, can be adjusted by sliding the electrode needle with respect to the insulating sleeve that is pressed against the skin and fixed with a finger, It is not necessary to carry out the replacement work of the electrode needle, which was necessary each time to adjust the length and depth of the place to be treated. That is, the piercing length of the electrode needle can be adjusted even during the treatment, which is easy and convenient to use.

(2) Further, by attaching an insulating sleeve to the electrode needle, the length of the tip end, which is the non-insulating portion of the electrode needle, can be freely adjusted according to the required amount, so that it is possible to perform hair removal treatment. Not only that, it also has a wide range of applications in the treatment of wrinkles and hemangiomas, and can reliably prevent burns on the skin surface.

(3) If the insulating sleeve is made of synthetic resin such as Teflon, it is easy to perform treatment suitable for soft skin without damaging the skin surface due to its flexible property.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a view showing a state in which an electrode needle having an insulating sleeve according to a first embodiment of the present invention is fixed to an electrode handpiece.

FIG. 2 is an enlarged view of the vicinity of the electrode needle according to the embodiment.

FIG. 3A is a partially enlarged view of a modified example of the insulating sleeve. FIG. 3B is a partially enlarged view of yet another modified example.

FIG. 4 is a view showing the use of the electrode needle having the insulating sleeve of the first embodiment according to the present invention.

FIG. 5 is a diagram showing another usage state.

FIG. 6 is a view showing a conventional hair removal electrode needle.

[Explanation of symbols]

 1 Electrode Needle 5 Insulating Sleeve 7 Insulating Part 8 Non-Insulating Part 9 Tapered Part 10 Trumpet-Shaped Opening 11 Wrinkles 12 Pore

Claims (8)

[Utility model registration claims]
1. An electrode needle for use in wrinkle removal, hair removal, etc., comprising an electrode needle made of a conductor and an insulating sleeve attached to the electrode needle, wherein the insulating sleeve is longer than the entire length of the electrode needle. An electrode needle having an insulating sleeve, which is formed to have a short length and is slidably attached to the electrode needle.
2. The insulating sleeve according to claim 1, wherein the end portion of the insulating sleeve arranged on the tip side of the electrode needle is formed so as to gradually taper toward the tip side of the electrode needle. Electrode needle with.
3. One end of the insulating sleeve is formed so as to be wider than the other end, and an electrode needle is inserted through the wide opening end side to attach the insulating sleeve to the electrode needle. An electrode needle provided with the insulating sleeve according to claim 1.
4. The insulating sleeve according to claim 3, wherein an end portion of the insulating sleeve arranged on the tip side of the electrode needle is formed so as to gradually taper toward the tip side of the electrode needle. Electrode needle with.
5. The electrode needle provided with an insulating sleeve according to claim 1, wherein the insulating sleeve is made of a synthetic resin such as Teflon (registered trademark).
6. The electrode needle with an insulating sleeve according to claim 2, wherein the insulating sleeve is made of synthetic resin such as Teflon.
7. The electrode needle provided with the insulating sleeve according to claim 3, wherein the insulating sleeve is made of a synthetic resin such as Teflon.
8. The electrode needle provided with the insulating sleeve according to claim 4, wherein the insulating sleeve is made of a synthetic resin such as Teflon.
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Cited By (1)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2013500817A (en) * 2009-08-04 2013-01-10 ポロゲン リミテッド Skin activation for beauty

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