Discover the Secrets of Microcurrent Facials

Isabella Belinda Guerra

7/7/20242 min read

Achieve Elevated Brows and Sculpted Features Without Needles or Surgery. The evolution of beauty and wellness technology has introduced groundbreaking innovations such as microcurrent devices that enhance your jawline, red light therapy devices that alleviate acne, and cold laser therapy devices that reduce joint discomfort. These advanced devices might seem to make exaggerated promises, but once experienced, they convert skeptics into lifelong advocates. Among these advancements, the in-office and more potent versions of at-home microcurrent devices, specifically microcurrent facials, stand out.

Microcurrent facials employ a gentle electrical current to invigorate facial muscles. The outcome? A visage that appears firmer, more taut, and lifted—earning it the moniker, "the non-invasive facelift." This technique, which has been medically utilized for nearly forty years as an FDA-approved treatment for Bell's palsy and muscle paralysis, has been adapted by experts into a highly favored skin rejuvenating procedure.

Understanding Microcurrent Facials

"The muscles in the face tend to descend, much like everything else. We must maintain their fitness. Hence, we use current to stimulate the muscle, starting low and gradually increasing until achieving the desired firmness," Isabella explains. Isabella recommends a monthly microcurrent facial for maintenance, noting that the results are temporary.Additionally, a microcurrent facial serves as a lymphatic drainage massage, which reduces puffiness by targeting facial pressure points.

Benefits of Microcurrent Facials

"Post-treatment, expect lifted eyes, a tighter forehead, and an overall more 'awakened' appearance," Isabella states. "It also stimulates collagen production, resulting in a plumper look. Collagen is the primary protein responsible for muscle structure, which diminishes as we age." According to Isabella, microcurrent facials enhance the production of ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), fostering the development of structural proteins like elastin and collagen. The procedure requires virtually no downtime, and results are visible immediately.

What to Expect During a Microcurrent Facial

Initially, the procedure resembles any standard facial, incorporating cleansing, LED light therapy, exfoliation, serums, and masking. Isabella applies a conductive gel to the skin, then utilizes a microcurrent device with two wands conducting the electrical current. Despite mild muscle contractions, there is no pain, only a sensation of the wands lifting sections of the face and holding them briefly before moving on. "It's training the facial tissue by repeatedly targeting different areas," Isabella explains.

Safety Considerations for Microcurrent Facials

Individuals with heart conditions, such as those with pacemakers, should avoid microcurrent facials due to the stimulation of blood flow. Isabella also advises against the procedure for those with severe acne, as it may exacerbate inflammation. Pregnant women in their first trimester are similarly cautioned.

If you've had fillers or Botox, a two-week waiting period is recommended before undergoing a microcurrent facial to avoid altering results. However, Isabella notes that microcurrent treatments can actually enhance and prolong the effects of fillers and Botox, making the procedures last longer.

Potential Side Effects of Microcurrent Facials

Given the minimal nature of microcurrents, they are unlikely to cause skin or muscle damage when properly administered. Some individuals may experience tingling, drowsiness, or dizziness, which typically dissipate within hours of treatment.

Experience the Benefits of Microcurrent Facials

To experience the transformative benefits of a microcurrent facial, schedule an appointment with Advanced Esthetician Isabella at Isa's Esthetics Las Vegas. Mention "FIRM NOW" when scheduling to receive a limited-time promotion of 25% off the regular price. Call 702-203-6569 to book your session today and embrace a rejuvenated, more sculpted appearance.