Looking for a more lifted, youthful appearance without going under the knife? Look no further than microcurrent facials! Microcurrent is one of the most popular anti-aging treatments at Complexions.
What Is Microcurrent?
Microcurrent first began in the late 1900’s as a treatment for Bell’s Palsy. After the face-lifting effects were noticed, the beauty industry took advantage and began using this technology in facials. Since their development, these facials have risen in popularity due to their immediate results. Microcurrent facial treatments use gentle electrical stimulation to trigger the body’s natural skin enhancement chemicals at a cellular level. Professional-grade microcurrent machines emit a positive and a negative current via two wands, probes, or sponges. When the probes are placed a few inches apart on the face, a circuit of current travels from one point to the other and stimulates the tissue in between. The current is sub-sensory, which means all one feels is the gliding of the rods and perhaps a slight tingle. The current is so gentle, most clients often fall asleep mid-facial.
This medi spa treatment can help with:
Improve muscle tone in the face and neck.
Lift jowls and eyebrows.
Reduce and eliminate fine lines and wrinkles.
Improve facial blood circulation.
Aid in lymphatic drainage.
Enhance product penetration to treat multiple skin problems.
Microcurrent At The Spa
This regenerating microcurrent treatment is designed especially for those concerned with aging skin. The specific goal is reducing wrinkles and increasing plump, firm skin. Multiple sessions are recommended for optimal results. Our talented estheticians are available for consultations to help create the perfect treatment plan for you. For more information on Microcurrent, also called TAMA at the spa, click here.
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