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Microcurrent Body Treatments 

Clients see and feel body areas lift and tone as though they had been exercising and dieting for months.

Micro-current technology does not only benefit the face. By lifting and toning sagging body areas, it can reduce the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite, and generally improve the skin and muscle tone on the stomach, buttocks, thighs, back, arms and legs. Microcurrent may be used in massage and also by simply placing electrodes on specific regions or places on the body. This microcurrent body sculpting treatment technology is a non-surgical alternative to body cosmetic surgery.

Microcurrent Body Sculpting Treatments include  weight loss, slimming, breast enhancement, muscle toning, lifting buttocks, and tightening abdomen. Electro Massage is used for removing cellular tissue on thigh, back, buttocks and abdomen, also tightening the skin. Microcurrent can also be used with EMS Lymphatic drainage units designed for lymphatic drainage and lifting loose skin of the face and neck

Benefits 
  • Body shaping and muscle toning
  • Weight loss, slimming
  • Boosts metabolism and energy levels
  • Cellulite reduction
  • Firm and lifted buttocks
  • Toned stomach and legs
  • Reduces scars, acne, and stretch marks
  • Tightening of loose or wrinkled skin
  • lifting, firming and enlarging the breasts
  • Treatment of post-pregnancy body issues
  • Reduction in flabby inner thighs and love handles
  • Reduction in calloused elbows and knees
  • Contributes to improved muscle strength

Microcurrent Body Sculpting is a non-surgical alternative to body cosmetic surgery.

 
The first independent working system allows the professional to manually perform Pre-programmed microcurrent treatments on the face and body. While the second Independent working system allows the practitioner to set the device on a specific treatment and leave.
DISCLAIMER
The data presented here has not been reviewed by the FDA, nor has it been peer reviewed. The microcurrent devices used are approved by the FDA for the treatment of pain, but they have not been approved for other uses. The use of a device for an off-label use by a physician is legal. The use of microcurrent stimulation discussed here is only one part of a comprehensive program for supporting visual health, and should not replace any treatment prescribed by your physician.