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What is Microcurrent or EMS?

Microcurrent and EMS treatments are very similar. EMS stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation and the most significant difference is that EMS uses a slightly higher grade of electricity to stimulate the muscle. While Microcurrent therapy uses low-grade electrical current to contract and “train” facial muscles to look more lifted, firm, and tightened. The low-voltage electricity stimulates muscle, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) cell growth, and collagen development in the dermis of the face. It’s completely painless and requires no downtime.
This treatment is often referred to as “facial toning” because it’s like a workout for your face, whereby skin cells are broken down and then grow back stronger, the same way your muscles do after lifting weights.  It works simultaneously to repair and produce collagen in the dermis, the deepest layer of your skin, while gently erasing signs of aging in the epidermis, the top layer of your skin. According to studies, a microcurrent facial can increase collagen production up to 14%, elastin increases 48% and blood circulation goes up 38%.
If you’re wondering if this is even legit, yes. Very. Originally introduced in medicine in the 1980s, microcurrent was first approved by the FDA as a treatment for Bell’s palsy and muscle paralysis. Now, it’s every facialist’s secret weapon.