November 08, 2018
Welcome back to Pooja’s Corner; Educational Aesthetics Blog for the professional. Over the next two weeks I will be introducing all aspects of microcurrent for skin treatment. I will explain microcurrent and how it works in crisp detail.
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.
First of all, why add microcurrent to your menu of services? Well, do you think your business will benefit by adding a series of treatments that display immediate results? If so, microcurrent is a good choice! But you must first understand microcurrent and how will it benefit the needs of your clients.
Blog Objectives: By the end of this blog you should have a clear understanding of:
Truly understanding the microcurrent itself is a benefit to delivering a flawless facial treatment. So, let’s break it down.1. Microcurrent definitions:
In conclusion, this part of our series on understanding microcurrent is the first step in getting the maximum results from microcurrent services. Making the appropriate choices of intensity, timing, waveform and movements will provide a clear picture in deciding the long-term plan of treatment.
Now that you understand the importance of microcurrent, you will notice a difference in your client’s skin, and attitude. The next step is to review your existing facial protocols and make adjustments as needed.
That’s all for today’s blog and we will continue our series on Understanding Microcurrent next week with part two and discuss how microcurrent benefits the skin!
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