Microcurrent Treatment

When it comes to caring for your skin and getting your youthful glow back, there seems to be a solution around every corner. From Botox to custom facials, it can be hard to decide which treatment option is going to give you the best results possible. If you’re looking to naturally regenerate your skin’s production of collagen and elastin, however, microcurrent treatment might be something to look into. And because it’s done at Sterling Aesthetics by one of our professionals, you know you’re good hands. Read on to learn more.

What is microcurrent treatment?

LED and Microcurrent TreatmentsDid you know that our body’s are run by electrical impulses? Think about it the tone of your muscles and skin are related to your body’s electrical system and as you age and your electrical system dies down, your skin loses its natural elasticity. That’s where microcurrent treatment comes in. By stimulating the naturally occurring electrical impulses in your body, microcurrent treatment works at healing and repairing tissues by stimulating the production and storage of collagen and elastin.

What is the procedure like?

Thinking about electrical currents running through your face or body sounds a bit more sci fi and intimidating than it actually is. In fact, the microcurrent procedure itself is nothing to worry about. During an hour long treatment, your face will be fully massaged with two wands that have opposite currents. You may feel a bit of twitching or your hair being pulled by your hairline, but overall the procedure is virtually pain free.

What are the results?

Patients say that they notice results right away! In fact, many patients say that they feel like thier face is fuller, more rested, and that the visibility of lines are no longer apparent.

If you are interested in microcurrent treatment or if you would simply like to learn more, contact Sterling Aesthetics today and one of our experts will get you started on the right track towards smoother and younger looking skin.

 

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