Updated: Jun 1, 2022
As an esthetician in this modern age, we have the ability to combine treatments and modalities to capitalize the anti-aging benefits.
Microcurrents have been around for over a century but the popularity resurfaced in the aesthetics industry in 2000s.
What does Microcurrent do?
Microcurrent is NOT only meant for muscle stimulation, it also balance poor performing cells and specifically address and treat:
Promotes better product absorption
Help stimulate cell & tissue regeneration
Reduce premature and deep lines
Creates tighter , smoother skin
Improves skin texture, elasticity & thickness
Reduces inflammation & redness
Increases blood circulation & oxygenation
P. Acnes bacteria
Facial and body muscle toning
How to maintain a healthy relationship between Botox and Microcurrent treatments?
Always remember that Microcurrent treatments work by adding ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) to the muscles via the delivery of the electrical current to the skin and muscles. It is bringing life to the muscles that have been frozen which helps the botox to last longer.
You want to do the Microcurrent treatments before you start your Botox treatment or during the phase where the effect of the Botox is running out. Overtime, Botox makes your skin laxed so Microcurrent treatments will build and tone your muscles.
Ask us when you should come in for your next Microcurrent therapy to ensures the best outcome and experience of both your treatments.
The two most common experiences of Microcurrent facial treatment are the taste of metal in the mouth or and the visual flashing or strobing.