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Research suggests that microcurrent stimulation has several benefits, including promoting wound healing, reducing inflammation, boosting circulation, and improving muscle function.
This therapy is not to be applied until movement starts to return.
Microcurrent therapy has been likened to a "workout for your face."
What is a Microcurrent Device?
Microcurrent devices use low-voltage electricity to give your facial muscles a workout. They deliver little shocks to the muscle, which helps tone the muscle and boosts cellular activity. Think of using these devices as lifting weights, but for your face.
Microcurrent facials tighten and smooth the muscles and connective tissues in the face by increasing cellular activity, and have been shown to reduce wrinkles, mostly around the forehead area.
It can do so much more if used correctly to wake up and engage the areas of the face afflicted from facial palsy.
The key is to become aware of the muscles involved in an action or expression that you are rehabilitating and place the current to engage and stimulate the muscle or area of focus.
I guide you in how to use the micro current machine specifically to stimulate any and all facial muscles. The videos guide you to use an illustration of the facial muscles to help you with both placement and awareness.
There are 3 videos that show how to rehabilitate your face in sections:
The Eye Area
The Middle of the face for Upper Lip, Cheek and Nose
The Jaw and Lower Lip Area
You can do the entire face or choose to just focus where you need it.
The Devise I am using..
I am using the MicroSculpt by Derma Dream.
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