Microcurrent is really safe for most people, but there are a few exceptions.
People with heart issues, like if they have a pace maker, are not advised to get a microcurrent facial because it stimulates the blood. We also don’t recommend microcurrent facials for those with severe acne! If it’s a pimple here or there we can do it, But If it’s aggravated, we would not recommend it. There’s a lot of inflammation going on, so we don’t really want to stimulate that. Pregnant women in their first trimester are also cautioned against doing it.
If you’ve had fillers or Botox, you should wait two weeks for it to settle before getting a facial. We don’t want to alter their results. After that period, however, “[botox and fillers] actually work better when you get microcurrent, because it’ll make your procedure last longer. We actually recommend it, and we’ve seen great results where it lasts even longer, like the fillers and the Botox.
Skincare experts recommend that you receive microcurrent treatments at least once per month to see the best results, or every other week if you can swing it. While your results will be gorgeous and last a long time… nothing in life is permanent, which is why you’ll need to practice the right maintenance.