How do microcurrent facials work?

How do microcurrent facials work


If glowing, hydrated skin is what you're after, microcurrent facial treatments might be just what your skincare routine needs.

Taking care of your skin is one of the best beauty investments you'll ever make – after all, who doesn't want great skin?  

Like all good things, however, great skin takes time, and when it comes to seeing visible results, skin treatments can make a real difference where your home skincare routine may fall short. 

If you're wondering where to start in the big wide world of facial treatments and skin rejuvenation, a microcurrent facial could be for you. With reduced redness, improved hydration and more even skin texture and tone as some of the benefits of this treatment, it's a great option for anyone looking to improve the condition of their skin. 

How it works 

At Skinsmiths, our microcurrent facial treatment uses infusion therapy combined with sound wave technology and micro-currents to help deliver skin-boosting ingredients gently into the skin. 

Prior to the treatment, you'll have a thorough consultation with one of our skin experts to assess what your skin needs and what concerns you want to treat. Based on this, they'll choose the infusion treatment best suited to your skin and apply it using the microcurrent technology. 

Because it's such a gentle treatment, our skincare infusion is suitable for most skin types and concerns. It hydrates skin, reduces redness, improves skin tone and texture and helps stimulate the production of collagen for a more refreshed complexion. 

You'll notice the effects of a microcurrent facial instantly, and the results will usually last for a few days after the treatment as well. For the best results, and to keep your skin in great condition, we'd recommend regular sessions over time. 

For more information, and to find out more about our microcurrent facial, book in for your free skin consultation at your preferred Skinsmiths clinic. 

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