As we age, the ability to regenerate new tissue slows as does the skin’s natural moisturizing ability. Facial muscles slacken, skin loses its luster, and collagen and elastin production decrease. As muscles weaken they create a loose platform for the overlying skin, causing wrinkles and sagging skin.
Micro-current facial therapy is the ideal way to improve circulation through stimulating elastin, collagen and cellular metabolism. By improving skin and muscle tone, fine lines and wrinkles may be refined, and puffiness of the eyes and neck improved.
Micro-current enhances tissue repair and prolongs the benefits of surgery.
Micro-current: What does it involve?
A micro-current facial session is gentle, relaxing, and painless, with no recovery time.
The face is cleansed, and collagen/elastin serum applied to the skin. 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.
Micro-current works most efficiently on well-hydrated skin, and adequate water intake prior to treatment is essential.