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.
Now that most states have accepted microcurrent as an approved treatment in aesthetics and cosmetology licensing, a great number of you want to know what is microcurrent and how is it going to provide you with treatments that deliver immediate results and gratification.
Remember back when you were a student in aesthetics school? You had probably, just one or two paragraphs on the modality of microcurrent in your textbook. This may be because microcurrent was taught to be associated with Galvanic Current. Therefore, basic knowledge of microcurrent has been largely misinterpreted. This blog will give some clarification to your questions about microcurrent.
Everyone knows that microcurrent facials and treatments are one of the most highly sought-after services in the beauty industry today. Beauty clients love the immediate and lasting impact of treatments performed by well-trained professionals. However, what many in the industry do not know is the importance of electric waveforms capability when it comes to selecting the best device for one’s spa or salon.