What Is Microcurrent?




Research at the University of Washington has shown that Microcurrent can:

  • Increase the natural production of collagen by 14%
  • Increase elastin by 48%
  • Increase blood circulation by 38%
    (These results were achieved in the first twenty days of a treatment)

What is Microcurrent?

Microcurrent is a low level of electrical current that mimics the body’s own natural current.  It is a non-invasive treatment that assists in diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving the texture, tone and appearance of the skin. Microcurrent re-programs and re-educates facial muscles, while reducing the appearance of aging.

How does Microcurrent work?

Facial toning through Microcurrent is achieved through muscle re-education; working a muscle from its origin to shorten slackened muscles, as in the cheeks or forehead, and working to lengthen contracted muscles, as the muscles that pull the corners of the mouth downward.  Microcurrent also offers specific iontophoresis, which allows superior penetration of serums into the skin. Skin is hydrated, circulation is improved and skin appears glowing and revitalized.

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Is a Microcurrent treatment painful?

Not at all. Most clients find it quite relaxing.

How long does a Microcurrent treatment take?

Most facials take approximately 60 to 75 minutes.

How soon will I see results with Microcurrent?

You will notice a remarkable difference after one treatment. However, the benefits of Microcurrent are cumulative, and are typically performed in a series of 6-10 treatments scheduled 2-3 weeks apart.

Is Microcurrent safe?

Absolutely. Susan is Microcurrent certified and continues to receive advanced training in Microcurrent technology. The BT Nano is a FDA approved and FDA Registered Class 1 device.

Is Microcurrent for everyone?

While most clients can benefit from a Microcurrent treatment, there are several contraindications…it cannot be performed on clients with diabetes, epilepsy, a pacemaker, pregnant women, or anyone under the direct care of a physician.


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