- Anatomy & physiology
- Facial results
- Currents used
- Facial muscles
- Skin sensitivity testing
- Skin structure and its functions
- Techniques for microcurrent
- Contra indications
- Contra actions
- Benefits of microcurrect treatment
- Products knowledge
- Treatment methods
- Pricing methods
- Treatment times
- Aftercare advice
The pre-requisite of this course is L2 in beauty therapy
About Microcurrent Facial Electrical
A micro-current is used within the beauty industry to maintain a youthful appearance and assist in combating the signs of ageing. Micro-current has been used within the medical field to promote skin tissue healing for many years. It mainly uses a very low intensity direct current, which process low frequency pulses of differing wave forms. Recent research has indicated that small pulses of current are more effective and beneficial at improving the condition of the skin tissues whilst being less uncomfortable for the client, which has proved to be an effective combination.
The treatment works in the principle that the body is like a machine with electrical impulses running through it. These electrical impulses run through the skin and muscles and control the occurrence of chemical reactions, which control the amount of t one and elasticity in the skin and muscles. As the body ages the impulses grow weaker so that the chemical reactions no longer occur at the same speed. When applied, the current stimulates the skin’s natural regenerative process.
All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.