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micro-current skin tightening
Microcurrent treatment can help to tone and tighten sagging skin, giving you a more youthful appearance. The benefits of microcurrent sessions long-term include: Improved elasticity due to an increase in natural elastin production. Improved collagen production and skin cell turnover. Diminished wrinkles and fine lines. Microcurrent sessions have immediate results that peak on the third day and last about 3-6 weeks. They also work cumulatively so you will see a difference over the long term if you continue treatments.
Why would you do microcurrent? Research suggests that microcurrent stimulation may help promote wound healing. It may increase blood circulation to the area or reduce inflammation. This may help with chronic wounds and ulcers. It may also help with certain types of acne. Microcurrent not only retrains your muscles, but it also works at a cellular level to boost collagen for firmer skin. This can help to minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
Who is microcurrent recommended for? Microcurrent besides having excellent results in helping to tighten skin and reduce inflammation, it also helps reduce pain. We recommend microcurrent to everyone over age 16 for a variety of treatments.
How often should you repeat microcurrent? Microcurrent is a safe and effective treatment that may be done 3-5 times per week.
What are the results of microcurrent? Microcurrent is an excellent way to enhance the results you achieve from exercising. Microcurrent mimics the body's natural current and causes the body to believe you are engaging in cellulite reduction, fat-burning, toning, and tightening activities.
What does this help to improve? The neck is an area that can be overlooked when we are doing our skincare routine. Microcurrent is one of the fastest growing, non-invasive and safe facial modalities and can be used on the neck area to help to tighten some of the loose skin that can happen over time as we age. Electrolipolysis using microcurrent has been used in clinical practice as a technique to reduce abdominal fat. This technique can be applied transcutaneously or percutaneously seeming that the former is not so effective as skin can be an obstacle to the current effect on visceral and subcutaneous fat.