March 04th, 2020
Now Offering Microcurrent Treatments
There’s a new "non surgical face lift" treatment available at the studio and I can’t wait to show you how amazing it is.
For the month of March book any facial and a free 20 minute Microcurrent Treatment will automatically be added to your facial service along with a special introductory discount offer for a series of microcurrent facial treatments.
What Is Microcurrent?
A microcurrent device uses low levels of safe, painless electrical impulses to the muscles in the face and neck. The overly tightened muscles relax (fine lines and wrinkles) and the under worked muscles regain their strength (loose and sagging). In essence, microcurrent facial toning re-educates the facial muscles and restores them back almost to their original shape. When this happens the visible results are quite dramatic and the face is lifted, firmed and toned back to a much more youthful appearance. At the same time, the microcurrent improves circulation that stimulates production of collagen, improves tone and texture and improves or eliminates fine lines.
Microcurrent facial lifting, tightening and toning is a great alternative to a facelift since it is non-invasive, does not require any recovery time, gives instant results and does not have the same potential for harmful complications as surgery does.
How Often Is A Microcurrent Treatment Needed?
Microcurrent facial toning is cumulative, which means that the more treatments that are done the more improvement you will see in your face and for a longer period of time. Six to twelve treatments are recommended to get desired results, but results are noticeable with the very first treatment and can be a great one time service to give a lifted, toned look for special occasions and events.
Is Microcurrent Good For All Skin Types?
Yes! Not only is it great for skin in need of anti-aging services to tone and tighten muscle, it's also a great tool to use in corrective treatments to reduce and resolve issues like hyperpigmentation and acne.
Who Is Not A Good Candidate For A Microcurrent Treatment?
Contraindications for microcurrent include:
*Surgical implants in the facial and neck area
*Pacemaker, implanted defibrillators or stimulators
*Active cancer history
*Heart conditions: consult with doctor
*Diabetes: consult with doctor
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