Beauty and Appearance



Microcurrent treatments use low levels of electric current (sub-sensory currents) to treat many issues including nerve and muscle pain, inflammation, and other health challenges.  It is now widely used in the skincare industry for facials that lift, tone, and re-educate the muscles of the face while improving skin tone and texture.

How Microcurrent Works

Each tissue type in your body has its own signature electrical frequency, which may be disrupted by injury or disease. Research has shown that external sources of electricity can be beneficial for improved health by helping the cells maintain normal cell behavior.  Microcurrent treatment restores normal frequencies within the cells, resulting in remarkable improvements in pain, inflammation and function.

At the cellular level, microcurrent stimulates a dramatic increase in Adenosine Triphosphate or ATP, the energy that fuels all biochemical functions in the body. It also triggers the body’s production of amino acids, necessary for tissue repair. The increased blood flow to the area, as well as a decrease in inflammation reduces pain and improves function.

Microcurrent - A Non-Surgical Facelift

Often called a non-surgical facelift, microcurrent facials are extremely popular with many benefits and few contraindications.  The treatment is not aggressive or invasive and feels very relaxing to the client. A water-based gel or water is used to conduct the current as the skin care professional moves probes or gloves very specifically around the face.  The muscle may be “lifted” and held in place for a few seconds.

The results are evident from the first treatment and many clients will complete a series of treatments to lift and tone the face or to improve skin conditions such as acne.  There is increased blood flow, lymphatic drainage, stimulation of collagen and elastin, increased product penetration and a lifting of the muscles.  It is compared to “taking your face to the gym” and multiple sessions yield better results.

Unlike the more familiar TENS units, which also use electrical currents to relieve pain, microcurrents are so weak that they don’t stimulate the sensory nerves, so you feel no shock-like sensations. In the United States, microcurrent may not cause a visible muscle contraction.

Microcurrent therapy is safe, FDA-approved and has no significant adverse effects.

NOTE: People with pacemakers, seizure disorders, cancer, or who are pregnant, should not use microcurrent. 

If there is a question on whether or not microcurrent is appropriate for a certain condition, please check with a medical professional for direction advisability of treatments.

NeoGenesis Usage with Microcurrent for Facials

Due to the ability of microcurrent to allow better penetration of skin care products, NeoGenesis serums, abundant in stem cell molecules for natural replenishment and healing, will benefit the treatment for superior results.  If you are doing home microcurrent, use the NeoGenesis Glide Gel for a highly conductive and safe microcurrent gel.  To thin the Glide Gel, use the NeoGenesis Moisturizing Mist for the perfect consistency.


NeoGenesis Home Protocol during a series of Microcurrent; twice daily

  1. Gently cleanse the skin with the NeoGenesis Cleanser

  2. Mist with the NeoGenesis Moisturizing Mist

  3. Apply 4 to 6 drops of NeoGenesis Recovery serum to the face and neck, including the eye area

  4. May substitute NeoGenesis Booster or Skin Serum in place of Recovery OR use with Recovery and layer the serum on after Recovery

  5. Apply a pea size amount of the NeoGenesis Eye Serum using the ring finger around both eyes

  6. Finish with Light Moisturizer, Intensive Moisturizer or Barrier Renewal Cream

  7. Always wear a chemical free sunscreen during the day

SkinSerum Recovery IntensiveMoisturizer