When your clients ask, "what is the purpose of a microcurrent facial?" your first instinct might be to answer with the benefits of a natural lift and contour of the facial muscles. And you wouldn't be wrong! However, one of our primary goals at 7E Wellness is to not only provide a lift with our True Microcurrent technology, but to do so on healthy skin.
"Our skin tells a story about our lives."
- Aesthetics Educator, Isabel Calleros
When our team sat down and unpacked the deeper meaning surrounding what we do at 7E Wellness we acknowledged that lifting the facial muscles doesn't have nearly the impact on unhealthy skin as it does on healthy skin. When you treat both the skin and the muscles with MyoLift™ True Microcurrent devices and accessories, you provide your client with more bang for their buck and improve your credibility as a professional.
This is our reasoning behind the use of conductive gel compared to alternatives, why we re-visit the conversation of stimulating ATP production and why it's important to explore combination treatments with other modalities. We believe that clients aren't justified by just having lifted, contoured and toned facial muscles. It is our responsibility as professionals to also prioritize the health of the skin, ensuring it is hydrated, radiant, even in tone and protected from UV rays.
The result for you as an aesthetics practitioner is growth of your business through word of mouth and consistency with customer loyalty.
Below is a list of the top five tips to healthy skin. Share them with your clients; embed them into your aesthetics practice to ensure you are providing the best MyoLift True Microcurrent treatment & results to your clients.
A healthy diet is a major contributing factor to healthy skin. Antioxidants are a key component to minimize free radicals damage to cells caused by internal and external exposure. Free radicals are made up of unstable molecules that the body produces as a reaction to unhealthy substances. Vitamins A-C-E, known as the skin vitamins and natural antioxidants.
Sometimes the simplest things in life are the hardest to do. Skin habits are no exception. Some top habits that improve the health of your skin include removing makeup before you go to sleep, cleansing your face at the beginning and end of the day, always wearing sunblock, seeing a skincare practitioner regularly, and staying consistent with a moisturizer.
There are literally millions of skin care products on the market. Using professional skin care products can be costly if purchased all at once, but consult with your skincare practitioner and try to identify one or two skin care products to purchase at a time that help your unique skin condition. As a rule of thumb if you have dry mature skin, invest in a good serum and moisturizer. If you have oily acneic skin invest in a cleanser and exfoliant.
Believe it or not, your lifestyle is reflected through your skin. Are you sleeping enough? Practicing stress reduction methods like meditation? Consuming alcohol, nicotine, junk food? Adopting healthier lifestyle habits and cutting back on destructive ones will do wonders for your skin. This article by SELF Magazine goes more in depth into various lifestyle elements that can shift the health of your skin, including pregnancy and parenting.
Investing in your skin is a lifetime commitment. Find a professional skin care therapist that is in your area, fits your budget, & offers advanced skin care treatments. Treatments like microcurrent are designed to have beneficial properties to most skin conditions. MyoLift true microcurrent mimics the body’s own electrical system to stimulate cellular metabolism, tighten and firm facial and neck muscles and to conditions the skin to a healthy state.
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