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Microcurrent Face Sculpting

Gym for your face!

As we age, our muscles become accustomed to certain expressions and tend to get stuck in these positions. A great example of this is the furrow between the eyebrows that many people get. At the same time, other muscles in our face are hardly ever used, and they begin to atrophy, which leads to sagging. The muscles of the face are manipulated during the microcurrent facial treatment. The treatment lifts, smoothes, tightens and tones. Probes are used to physically move the muscle into the desired position to perform muscle re-education – the process of lengthening or shortening muscles. Having muscle re-education movements performed in a series re-trains the muscles to maintain this new contour. Microcurrent treatment allows the muscles the necessary energy to keep their tension in this new contour.

What is Microcurrent?

Current is the movement of electrons. Microcurrent is a small number of electrons that move from one end to the other. It is crucial that the microcurrent and voltage operate at the proper level and are in perfect tune with a specific signal to give the desired effect. Not all micro current machines are the same. NeurotriS is the developer of the only dynamic microcurrent device on the market that optimizes the signal based on an individual's skin at the time of treatment. NeurotriS Second Generation technology will significantly improve the look and feel of your skin for face and body.

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Microcurrent has been proven to provide the following:

  • 500% increase in cellular energy (ATP) to muscle cells leading to increased muscular tone

  • 12% increase in 20 days in natural collagen production to increase hydration and fullness

  • 48% increase in 20 days in natural elastin production

  • 39% increase in 20 days in blood circulation


What are the benefits of Microcurrent treatments?

  • Diminished appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Improved muscle tone in face and neck

  • Improved circulation

  • Improved elasticity

  • Cleared up or reduced acne

  • Lift of jowls and eyebrows

  • Lymphatic drainage

  • Sun damage treatment

  • Skin pigment improvement

  • Product penetration

  • Smoother, firmer skin

  • Hydrated and revitalized skin

How many treatments are needed?

Since you are re-educating the muscle tissue, it is crucial that you receive a series of treatments for results to reach their maximum potential. A series of 6-10 treatments is recommended once or twice a week. Once a series is completed, the results can be maintained by by coming in every 4-8 weeks for maintenance treatments. Additionally, a series can be repeated every few years. If the full series of treatments is completed and maintenance sessions are continued on a monthly basis, results should last 3-4 years.

Microcurrent Treatment

1 hour - $140

  • Included: 10 minute fascia contouring massage (face, neck, shoulder, décolleté)

  • Instruments used: four-channel pico probes, infinity probes, LED light/ultrasonic probe and adhesive pads

  • 5 sessions for $650 ($50 off regular price)

Microcurrent Deluxe Treatment 

1 hour 30 minutes - $200

  • Included: 20 minute fascia contouring massage (face, neck, shoulder, décolleté)

  • Instruments used: four-channel pico probes, infinity probes,, LED light/ultrasonic probe and and adhesive pads

  • Face, neck and décolleté massage with conductive gloves

  • Gold collagen mask connected to the NeurotriS microcurrent machine

  • 5 sessions for $900 ($100 off regular price)

Microcurrent  Express Treatment

30 minutes - $80

  • Best for facial add-on

  • Instruments used: four-channel microcurrent probes

  • 5 sessions for $350 ($50 off regular price)

Individuals with the following conditions should NOT receive microcurrent treatment:

  • Metal implants such as pacemakers or electronic monitoring devices

  • Metal implants in the mouth or jaw area

  • Basal cell carcinoma on the face

  • Pregnant or breast feeding

  • Epilepsy, seizures

  • Phlebitis or thrombosis

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