Why Microcurrent Facials Can Help De-puff Your Skin
July 29th, 2013
Cells have an electrical output that diminishes as you age causing gaps between cells and thus lessening their interaction.
On a cellular level, this electrical breakdown leads to the lessening of collagen and elastin production which your skin needs in order to stay youthful and glowing.
This lack of cellular interaction finally manifest itself in the skin with lost elasticity, sagging unevenness of texture; lines, wrinkles, and folds, the inevitable result.
Microcurrent is a tiny trickle of electricity that mimics the electrical output of cells. When you wash the cells with this similar electrical output you stimulate the body’s own natural healing process.
The result of increasing the body’s own natural current results in visibly firmer skin, smoothening, plumping up lines, hydrating thirsty skin & revitalizing the complexion.
Clinical trials performed by University of Washington to measure the benefits of the microcurrent proved the following results, in the first 20 days of the treatments:
48% increase in elastin production
38% increase in blood circulation
40% increase in lymphatic circulation
The last point will de-puff your face, making it look slimmer and more healthy looking.
Additionally, microcurrent increases ATP by 500%, (ATP is a molecule in cells that generates energy).
Cells use this energy to convert amino acids into proteins that are used for the functions of life. And by increasing ATP to 500%, it ensures that muscles hold in their “lifted” position. With microcurrent, ATP can be “stored” longer in the cells, & is the reason why results are cumulative & becomes better as the series of treatments progresses.
My three step facial, the Triple Crown, uses microdermabrasion, microcurrent and finishes with an oxygen treatment.
These three steps have been clinically proven to improve the health of your skin and when combined the results can be dramatic.
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