Microcurrent is an extremely low level of electricity that mirrors the body’s own electrical impulses. Through electrical stimulation, microcurrent works by mimicking the way that the brain relays messages to the muscles. It aids in the healing and repairing of tissue and to influence cellular activity.
The goal of microcurrent in skincare is to speed up the body’s natural regenerative processes, using the proper amount of low level current, less than 400uA’s.
Microcurrent requires a manual manipulation to reeducate the muscles, but it does not cause a visible contraction of the face via the electrical current.
Microcurrent is effective for:
What You Can Expect
Look refreshed and rejuvenated. You can see a reduction in facial aging after just one treatment. A series of microcurrent facials can take years off your appearance, with those results being long lasting and no side effects.
Look more beautiful! Microcurrent will:
It’s Backed By Science!
Scientists have found that microcurrent treatments trigger the body’s production of amino acids and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which accelerates cell repair and promotes healthier cell production making it a healing, restorative treatment.
Fitness For Your Face
Microcurrent facials re-educate the facial muscles. 32 difffrent muscles are manipulated during this facial. Probes are placed on the skin and used to physically move the muscles into the desired position. the treatment affords the muscles the necessary energy to keep tension in their new, improved position. The high frequency electrical signals reach deep within the facial muscles and surrounding tissues to promote circulation. stimulate collagen production, cellular repair and regeneration.
It’s BFFs with Botox
Microcurrent is the perfect compliment to Botox or fillers. Over time botox cause atrphy to the facial muscles. Regular treatments keep those muscles active.
Gerson, Joel, Janet D’Angelo, Sallie Deitz, Shelley Lotz, and Jean Harrity.Estética Estándar De Milady: Principios Fundamentales. Clifton Park, NY: Cengage Learning, 2009. Print.