What is a Microcurrent Facial? HISTORY: The use of microcurrent is very acceptable for treating sports injuries, burns and wounds. It helps the body heal up to faster than not having microcurrent therapy.
What Microcurrent Facials Really Do To Your Skin, A Dermatologist Explains
Think the world of fitness doesn’t have anything in common with the world of skin care? Think again. Similar to a session with a personal trainer, a session with your dermatologist or esthetician and their microcurrent facial machine can help to give your skin an energizing and toning workout. We’re sharing what microcurrent facials are and how they benefit the skin, here. | Powered by L'Oréal
A few months ago, I learned the name of a woman who does microcurrent facials out of a small studio in Beverly Hills. The space isn’t anything fancy, but whispers about Mila Morgan’s transformative anti-aging treatment have been quietly.