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Microcurrent Facelift uses gentle electrical stimulation to trigger the body’s natural skin enhancement chemicals at a cellular level. It is a non-surgical, non-invasive cosmetic technique that safely and effectively activates the skin’s natural chemicals responsible for health and vitality, resulting in improved health and appearance of the skin.

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Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy, or Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), is a painless and non-toxic procedure that can strengthen and heal damaged cells. This process uses laser lights that insert bio-photons into damaged cells, improving their metabolic function. Cold laser is also extremely effective in scar removal and healing diabetic neuropathies.

Benefits include:

  • Satisfying aesthetic results with less risk of side effects compared to a traditional facelift or botox – procedure is entirely painless
  • Proven safe and effective, delivering a healthier and younger looking appearance at a fraction of the cost of traditional procedures
  • Triggers the body’s production of amino acids and ATP – accelerates cell repair and promotes healthier cell production
  • Improves muscle tone in face and neck
  • Lifts jowls and eyebrows
  • Reduces and eliminate fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improves facial circulation
  • Increases elastin synthesis by 48% and collagen synthesis by 16%
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Sun damage treatment
  • Skin pigment improvement
  • Product penetration
PRICING (per approx. 45-60 minute session):
Microcurrent Facelift $95 / per session
   

Note: Twelve sessions are recommended for a typical treatment protocol. Depending on skin type, results can be seen as early as the first visit.

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