As we get older, sagging skin, loss of contour, and wrinkles start to affect our lives. With NuFACE Microcurrent, your skin will regain its natural current, giving your skin a boost of youthful energy and instantly reversing the signs of aging.
How it Works
NuFACE Microcurrent technology uses low-level ionic currents that mimic the body’s natural current. These low-level ionic currents stimulate protein synthesis and promote amino acid flow in the skin. It also encourages collagen and elastin proteins that supports your skin structure, retaining the firmness of the skin while contouring and smoothing. It’s basically a workout for your face!
Is Microcurrent safe?
Microcurrent devices are regulated by the FDA, enforcing the highest standards for safety. Before being sold to consumers, rigorous testing is required.
Microcurrent treatments are safe and effective for clients that wish to attain a younger, healthier-looking appearance.
What does a microcurrent treatment help with?
- Stimulating the recovery of damaged tissue
- Re-educating the facial muscles and toning them
- Improves muscle tone and contours the face and neck- reducing fine lines and wrinkles
- Improves local circulation
- Aids in lymphatic drainage
- Enhances product penetration
How long have microcurrent treatments been around?
Microcurrent treatments have been used since the 70’s. It was originally used for pain relief, wound healing, and to treat Bell’s Palsy. Its benefits go beyond toning and firming the skin. It also promotes skin regeneration and wound healing by increasing circulation and drainage.
How do microcurrent treatments work?
“Microcurrent units stimulate muscles and tighten skin, giving a lifted effect to brows, eyes, jawline, cheeks, and neck,” says Francesca Fusco, M.D., an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai in New York City.
Do microcurrent treatments hurt?
Microcurrent treatments are painless. The only sensation felt is a slight tingling and warmth on the treated area during your session. When starting Microcurrent treatments, your aesthetician will start soft and slow then gradually increase the microcurrent. Microcurrent treatments should NEVER hurt.