November 15, 2018
Welcome back to Pooja’s Corner - the Educational Aesthetics blog for professionals. We are on week 2 of our What is Microcurrent series. This week I will explain, in detail, what takes place in the skin and muscles when microcurrent is applied.
Before we get started on today’s topic, let’s do a quick recap of last week’s topic outlining microcurrent basics. I hope you found the information useful and interesting.
As a quick reminder, we discussed:
Today we are going to talk about how microcurrent benefits the skin. After all, the reason we are considering microcurrent is to deliver great results for our client. As a professional in this line of work, understanding what is takes place over and under the skin during microcurrent treatment is essential. You are in a unique position to provide your clients immediate results with a non-invasive treatment. Now is the time to increase your knowledge and income by adding Myolift Microcurrent to your menu of services.
If you have you considered adding a device that will give your clients instant results, are looking for a non-invasive treatment that leaves skin healthy and nourished, and are ready to apply your skills with Myolift Microcurrent devices, you are in the right place.
Blog Objectives: By the end of this blog you should have a clear understanding of:
Microcurrent has countless benefits to all skin types, skin conditions, Fitzpatrick and is considered a true form of dermal healing. Despite its low electrical vibration — one millionth of an amp — microcurrent treatments are very effective and allow the skin and muscles to heal themselves through electrical energy and the stimulation of the cellular ATP.
Rectangular Waveform - used in lifting and with a longer hold. This is a wider box top rectangular wave pattern.
In conclusion, we hope this series on microcurrent is a wealth of knowledge to help you better introduce microcurrent treatments to your clients.
Now that you understand the benefits of microcurrent and how it can improve the skin, your client will feel confident receiving microcurrent services. Now you can review your existing facial protocols and make some minor adjustments as needed.
If you have any questions on today’s Educational Blog, give us a call or email us at email@example.com.
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