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Dubbed as the ‘Non-Surgical Face Lift’, Microcurrent Therapy uses a low-grade electrical current to stimulate the muscles in your face and neck that naturally lose their tone and firmness through aging. Think of it as a painless workout for your face to "train" your facial muscles to appear more lifted, tightened, and firm. It contours, tones, firms and lifts the muscles and the skin. The result is a healthier complexion that makes you look younger.
Microcurrent has been around since the 1970s in the medical and aesthetic industry. The medical industry has used microcurrent as it enhances healing. It has been used to treat pain, neuropathy caused by diabetes, macular degeneration in the eye, balls palsy, and ruptured tendons and ligaments, to name a few. A Microcurrent facial also doubles as a lymphatic drainage massage treating edema and leaving you less puffy.
Microcurrent facials are amazing for all skin types which makes them a great addition to any treatment menu. However, anyone with a pacemaker, metal implants, or who is pregnant should avoid this treatment. Clients with severe acne should also avoid using microcurrents, which could aggravate inflammation.
You may also want to avoid this treatment for at least two weeks after botox or fillers, as you don’t want to move anything around. After two weeks, this treatment can actually enhance botox and filler results and extend procedure results.
To obtain the maximum results, a series of 10 – 15 treatments should be performed twice a week, with regular monthly maintenance sessions to follow. The effects of microcurrent are immediate and cumulative, so each time a treatment is performed the new contour maintains its position better and longer.
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Clients will notice instant results, making it the perfect non-invasive skin care treatment. Microcurrent also doubles as a lymphatic drainage massage given the device hits a lot of pressure points in the face, so a more defined appearance is almost guaranteed. Microcurrent facials tighten and smooth the muscles and connective tissues in the face and have been shown to reduce wrinkles, mostly around the forehead area. Clients will notice enhanced facial features and a more lifted, sculpted and awakened appearance. This treatment can also improve blood circulation and may stimulate collagen production in the dermis, resulting in healthier, more plump-looking skin. Microcurrent therapy also offers a variety of non-cosmetic benefits, including faster wound healing, reduced pain from sinus congestion, and improved functioning of atrophied muscles, according to Medical News Today.