Three Hacks To Make Your Microcurrent Device Work Better
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There was a time – not so long ago – when you could only get specialized facial treatments from professionals at a spa. But times have changed, and with the right devices, you can treat yourself in the comfort of your own home. One of the latest trends is microcurrent therapy, a low electronic current that lift, tones, and firms the skin.
learn how it works
Before using a microcurrent device, learn what it does to your skin. Our bodies produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which helps make collagen, but as we age, collagen production goes down; microcurrent replenishes ATP and and creates younger-looking skin.
muscles shouldn't jump
Microcurrent should be a calming experience, so your muscles shouldn’t twitch; if they do, use a weaker current. If your device still makes you twitch, you may want to leave this treatment to the professionals. Also, if microcurrent does work for you, give your skin a day off here and there.
use a conductive gel
Wash your face first with an oil-free cleanser, then use a high-quality conductive gel. ​​Most devices come with their own gel, but once you run out, get a clean gel that doesn't contain ingredients that can cause long-term damage, and use only water-based, oil-free products for alternatives.