Microcurrents & LED Therapy
What are microcurrents?
The metallic-looking pods in the Mask & Glo 7.0 are microcurrent points that can be used alongside your LED light treatment. In general, they are used after at least 30 days of consistent use of the mask without the points. While the LED lights penetrate skin cells, the microcurrent is used to strengthen and tone the muscles.
Microcurrent treatments are used medically since the 1980s as an FDA-approved muscle stimulator (initially used to treat Bell’s Palsy and muscle paralysis!), it has cemented itself in the world of skin care as an alternative to surgical facelifts and Botox.
How do Microcurrents function?
Microcurrent tightens the muscles and connective tissues of the face by creating low-voltage electricity to target adenosine triphosphate (ATP) cell development. Collagen formation, lymphatic drainage, skin lifting, and texture smoothing are all stimulated as a result of this.
Microcurrents in conjunction with LED light therapy
Microcurrent therapy and LED light therapy both have their own benefits. While everyone's skin is unique, they respond differently. Some people love microcurrent therapy, while others may find it uncomfortable. Regardless, you can receive the full benefits of LED light therapy without the use of microcurrents.