A Microcurrent FaceLift is possibly the fastest growing non surgical cosmetic procedure
Celebrities publicly confessing to being regular clients of Microcurrent technology, include Sandra Bullock, Goldie Hawn, Rene Zellweger, Jamie-Lee Curtis, Mel Gibson, Liv Tyler, Meryl Streep, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kelly Ripa, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jane Fonda, Kate Winslett, Susan Sarandon, and many more.
A non-surgical, non-invasive cosmetic technique that safely and effectively improves the appearance and health of the skin. using technologies developed in the medical and physiotherapy fields to activate the skin's natural chemicals responsible for health and vitality. Satisfying results with less risk of side effects compared to a traditional methods. The procedure is proven effective and safe, delivering results at a fraction of the cost of traditional procedures.
An aesthetic treatment available that can physically firm and tone the skin through muscle re-education. This process of a gentle re-education' of the fine facial muscles stimulates them with very small amounts of electricity. Micro-current is a specific amount of electricity that mirrors the body's own natural current and works in harmony with the body's electrical system. By reproducing the body's own biological current we can re-establish muscle memory naturally. Muscle re-education is most related to the term "facial toning". There are 32 different muscles of the face that are manipulated during the average microcurrent treatment
Gentle, painless, and relaxing, with no recovery time. The face is cleansed, and collagen / elastin serum applied to the skin. Cotton-tipped contact wands are carefully placed over acupressure points, transmitting painless micro currents to stimulate the underlying muscles. The face and neck are then gently stroked in specific motions to tone the muscles, firm the skin and ionize nutrients deep into the cells of the skin. The micro current facial devices are applied to key muscles and skin tissues to stimulate movements and give the muscles a 'mini workout.' This helps to tone and tighten the muscles over a short period of time, and may prevent many signs of the aging process such as wrinkles, fine lines and sagging skin from forming. It is considered to be a facial 'sculpting' procedure without causing injury to the dermis.
Microcurrents seems to be uniquely effective in rebuilding thinner parts of the skin, treating wrinkles and lifting sagging muscles because of its ability to regenerate tissue by stimulating cellular physiology and growth. Research has shown that lower intensities up to 0.5 microampere are the most effective in restoring normal metabolism and homeostasis. Recent studies from the University of Washington has shown a 48% increase in natural elastin production, 14% increase in the production of natural collagen, and 38% increase in blood circulation over the course of 20 days. Microcurrent facial toning is cumulative as well, which means that the more treatments you have, the more improvement you will see in your face.
No risk of harmful side effects, non-invasive, no pain, no redness, no swelling, no downtime, no thermal wounding, providing affordability and results you can see and feel without chemicals or surgical intervention. The microcurrent facelift procedure itself takes approximately one hour to complete and is virtually painless. Most people need a course of around 10 microcurrent sessions to see the full benefits, although immediate results are seen and felt from the first treatment. The exact number you need will depend on your skin tissue and muscle tone - not necessarily on your age. Treatments can be done 1 to 3 times a week. You can expect to pay around $100 for one session so your initial course of 10 sessions will come in at around $1000. Obviously this isn't a small amount of money but compared with facial cosmetic surgery a course of microcurrent treatments is great value. Your cosmetic investment will be preserved as long as you receive a booster session every 4 to 6 weeks.
Micro current works most efficiently on well-hydrated skin, and adequate water intake prior to treatment is essential. Twenty minutes of micro-current releases as many toxins as four hours of deep tissue massage. Anyone undergoing Microcurrent Therapy must drink a minimum of 16 ounces of water in the two-hour period before the procedure. Not only should you be well hydrated with water before a treatment, you should drink at least two quarts of purified or distilled water in the two hours following treatment.