How do microcurrent devices work?
One of the biggest benefits of microcurrent therapy is that it’s a no-downtime, noninvasive treatment. So instead of using needles and injectables, microcurrent devices use low-level electrical currents that stimulate the facial muscles and tighten the skin. More than that, microcurrent increases the body’s production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) energy. This “accelerates cell repair and promotes healthier cell production, which in turn improves circulation, helps lymphatic drainage, lifts jowls and eyebrows and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,” shares celebrity aesthetician Joanna Czech, adding that “microcurrent is a standard” in her studio’s facials.