Microcurrent Facial

The beauty industry is rife with over-the-top claims about “miracle” skincare products and services, but one too-good-to-be-true innovation I can confidently get behind is the microcurrent facial. It involves using a low-grade electrical current to “train” your facial muscles to appear more lifted, tightened, and firm. In fact, its nickname is the “non-invasive facelift.”

You know it actually works because it has been used medically since the 1980s, approved by the FDA as a muscle stimulator to treat Bell’s palsy and muscle paralysis. After noticing improved results in patients with atrophied, sagging facial muscles, microcurrent was then adopted as an anti-aging tool. Top facialists like Joanna Vargas, Ildi Pekar, and Shamara Bondaroff swear by it.

Microcurrent facials are like a gym workout for your face.

“The muscles on the face start going south, just like everything else. We have to keep it fit. So, we use current to stimulate the muscle, starting low then increasing gradually until you have the firmness you would like,”  having a microcurrent facial twice a month is sufficient. a microcurrent facial also doubles as an lymphatic drainage massage. “That’s why you were less puffy afterward.We’re hitting a lot of the pressure points on the face.

You walk away from the treatment room with visibly plumper-looking skin, a major lift around your brows, more of a defined jawline, and more prominent cheekbones. You feel so confident that you totally skip the usual contouring you do when you applied makeup later!

Microcurrent facials keep skin firm.

The results are the eyes will be lifted, the forehead gets tighter, and you’ll see more of an ‘awakened’ look. It also stimulates collagen, so you’ll have a fuller look as well. Collagen is the main protein the body has to build muscle. As we age, we lose collagen. microcurrent has been shown to encourage the production of ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), which leads to the creation of structural proteins like elastin and collagen.

Appointment scheduling needs $50 deposit which it will use in your treatment session


Microcurrent Facial


The client will receive :

90-minute treatment

including deep cleaning, enzyme, oxygen, hydration, LED light, microcurrent, and serum therapy(Such as human stem cell, anti-wrinkle, vitamin c-e-a, hyaluronic acid, brightening, arnica, …)

First-time clients will have a free home-care regimen for at least 15 days!9

$100 – chemical peel

$750: Package of 3
$1600: Package of 6

Before & After Gallery

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Most frequent questions and answers

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.