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Microcurrent facial

A microcurrent facial is a non-invasive facial treatment that utilizes low-level electrical currents to stimulate the muscles and tissues of the face. It is sometimes referred to as a "natural facelift" or "non-surgical facelift" due to its potential toning and firming effects on the skin.

 Treatment: $150

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At First Skin Clinic Castle Hill, our mission is to provide the highest quality of skin care to our clients. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping you achieve your best skin. We offer a variety of services including Microcurrent Facials, Skin Peels, Dermal Fillers, Hifu Treatments, and more. 

We are located in the Sydney Hills area and serve the surrounding areas of Kellyville, Dural, Glenhaven, and beyond. We strive to make sure each visit is comfortable and that you receive the best results possible. If you’re looking for a skin clinic that provides the latest treatments and technologies, come visit us at First Skin Clinic Castle Hill.

Here's an overview of how a typical microcurrent facial is conducted:

  1. Cleansing: The skin is thoroughly cleansed to remove any makeup, dirt, or impurities. This step ensures a clean surface for the treatment.

  2. Conductive Gel Application: A conductive gel or serum is applied to the skin. This gel acts as a conductor for the microcurrent, allowing it to penetrate and reach the underlying tissues effectively.

  3. Microcurrent Application: The aesthetician uses handheld devices equipped with probes or wands that emit low-level electrical currents. These currents mimic the body's natural electrical signals and are applied to specific areas of the face and neck. The aesthetician moves the probes in specific patterns or techniques, targeting different muscle groups and areas of concern.

  4. Muscle Stimulation: The microcurrents gently stimulate the facial muscles, causing them to contract and relax. This stimulation is believed to improve muscle tone, lift sagging areas, and promote a more sculpted appearance.

  5. Product Absorption: The microcurrents can also enhance the absorption of skincare products applied during or after the treatment. The electrical currents help the active ingredients penetrate deeper into the skin, potentially increasing their effectiveness.

  6. Facial Massage: Some aestheticians incorporate a gentle facial massage during or after the microcurrent treatment. This massage helps to further relax the facial muscles, improve circulation, and provide an overall sense of relaxation and well-being.

  7. Serum and Moisturizer: Following the microcurrent treatment, a serum or treatment product is applied to the skin to provide additional hydration, nourishment, or targeted benefits. This is followed by the application of a moisturizer to seal in the moisture and protect the skin.

Some potential benefits of microcurrent facials include:

  1. Muscle toning and lifting: Microcurrent stimulation can help improve muscle tone, and firmness, and lift sagging areas of the face, such as the jawline, cheeks, and eyebrows.

  2. Improved skin elasticity: The gentle electrical currents may promote the production of collagen and elastin, two proteins that contribute to skin elasticity and firmness.

  3. Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles: With regular treatments, microcurrent facials may help soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, resulting in smoother-looking skin.

  4. Enhanced circulation: The microcurrents can improve blood flow and lymphatic drainage, potentially reducing puffiness and promoting a more radiant complexion.

  5. Relaxation and rejuvenation: The facial massage and overall experience of the treatment can provide relaxation and a sense of well-being.

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