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March 11, 2021

Microcurrent A Natural Botox Alternative

Microcurrent A Natural Botox Alternative By Barbies Beauty Bits

No one loves getting injections in their face—what they love are the results. But what if I told you that I’ve got some non-invasive alternatives to Botox with microcurrent facials. And the best part is you can enjoy this in the comfort of your home with a microcurrent skincare device. So if you want to find out how to give an arch to those brows, say bye-bye to the pesty wrinkles around the lips and eyes, continue reading.

What Will I Discuss In This Blog Post
This is the second post in my At Home Skincare Device Series, and today, I will be talking about Microcurrent Skincare Devices, what they are, and why they work? Specifically discussing:

  • Best At-home Microcurrent Device 2020
  • What Is Microcurrent Therapy
  • How Do Microcurrent Treatments  Reverse The Signs Of Aging?
So grab your wine and enjoy this read. 
It is long, but worth it!
Your skin will thank you!

Microcurrent Skincare Devices
Clinically tested, Microcurrent technology are one of the hottest innovations in the anti-aging industry. It is used in top spas and doctors' offices for facial contouring, toning and firming of aging skin. And Touch Beauty 3 in 1 skincare device offers at-home treatments for the face, eyes, and lips. Before we get into these devices, I'd like to explain a bit about the benefits of Microcurrents in your skincare.

Why Microcurrent Work... Non-Surgical Approach To Facelifts, Lip Fillers, Botox, And More  

It’s basically a workout for your facial muscles. Its job is to retrain your facial muscles to stay in a more lifted position-Just like a gym workout—to lift and sculpt, but in this case, your face instead of the body.  This works by initiating a low-grade electrical current delivered through Touch Beauty's 3 in 1 Beauty device when using the microcurrent applicator.

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How Do Microcurrent Treatments Reverse The Signs Of Aging?
As we get older, our production of collagen and elastin slows down. Microcurrents are a noninvasive therapy that sends out low-level electric currents to stimulate cellular turnover to increase ATP production. Cellular turnover boosts collagen and elastin regeneration in the skin. Unlike anywhere else on the body, the facial muscles are directly connected to the skin, so using this technology also improves facial contours, tightening skin that gives the face a more "lifted" appearance without the knives of a facelift.

Touch Beauty's Microcurrent Facial Massager
This anti-aging beauty roller targets sagging skin areas by delivering uplifting microcurrents to improve facial tone and shape facial contours.  It is perfect for restoring youthfulness and a more contoured appearance to the face and neck by addressing areas that are subject to aging, like the cheeks, neck, and jawline.

I  like this attachment because it stimulates a larger area of your face helping to:

  • Boost collagen
  • Define cheekbones
  • Improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • It helps to tone the appearance of saggy, crepey skin
  • Firms the skin
  • Evens skin tone and brightens the complexion
  • It aims to promote blood flow, reducing fluid buildup, puffiness, or inflammation in the facial tissues
  • It is also great for Tech Neck.
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How To Use A Microcurrent Facial Massager
Adjust the intensity level, apply a water-soluble gel (like aloe vera) to your face, and glide the rollers in upward lifting movements across your jawline, cheeks, and forehead for a total of 6 min.

IMPORTANT:
The goal for younger-looking skin is lifting. Hence you should always be applying skincare products and using devices in an upward direction. And this device is no different-never drag your skin downward (think sagging skin). It will only help gravity and aggravate aging concerns.

Note: It is essential to use a water-based gel like aloe, even your favorite serum, as you can use them as a conductive.

What Does A Microcurrent Facial Feel Like: 
For starters it should not hurt. Some may feel the muscles contracting once you start gliding the device along facial contours. By contracting muscles, it helps tone muscles and firms the skin.  It can feel a little funny at first, and everyone has a different level of tolerance, but it’s not something that hurts at all.

Keep in mind if you are not feeling the current doesn't mean it's working better—it's actually the opposite. An overpowering strong feeling microcurrent means the current is bouncing off your skin and not stimulating down to the muscle. 

Microcurrent Eye Lift At Home Beauty Device 

The skin around the eyes is much thinner, making it more prone to dryness and quicker to show aging signs. Lack of sleep, squinting, and constant eye movement also hasten the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fluids collect under the eyes and cause puffiness and dark circles.

Despite my efforts to use eye creams and serums, as I get older, I'm starting to see I need some extra TLC help to treat the skin around our eyes!

microcurrent eye lift before and after by barbies beauty bits

The Benefits Of Microcurrent For The Eye Area
Trust me; I love a great eye cream, as dehydration is a common culprit for the fine lines around the eye, and eye cream is an excellent way to give the skin around your eyes a hydration boost to help maintain a well-rested, youthful appearance.

By using this attachment in the eye contour area, it takes a good thing and makes it even better by:

  • Boosting circulation
  • Massaging tired muscles around the eye area
  • Reducing puffiness and under-eye bags
  • Minimizing the appearance of crow's feet and other unwanted fine lines
  • It can be a great partner to Botox or an excellent alternative for someone looking for a more holistic approach to anti-aging

How You Can Plump Your Lips With Microcurrents
The microcurrent technology creates fuller-looking lips without needles and smooths fine lines in just three minutes!

The area around the lips tends to crease with aging. Especially if you vape, smoke, drink out of a straw, or smile (basically everyone). The microcurrent eye and lip attachment help smooth smile lines and lip creases, leaving a perfectly prepped pout for that favorite lipstick.

So Can Microcurrent Really Replace Botox

Yep, this is the million-dollar question and according to New York aesthetician Jordana Mattioli says, “If you are diligent with microcurrent, and fine lines haven’t been etched into the skin yet, I believe it can almost replace Botox! Botox will relax a muscle so it doesn’t contract as much, where microcurrent can maintain muscle tone and generate controlled muscular activity.” However, just like Botox, it also depends on the kind of lines and how deep they are. As in this case, you may need a filler but can most certainly use microcurrent to help boost elastin and collagen.

Younger Looking Skin At 40% OFF
Interested in combating those 11’s and other pesky lines on your face, prick-free, well now you can with Touch Beauty 3-1 Device, and at 40% OFF, simply use code BARBIE at checkout. 

 

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12 comments

  1. Oh cool, I need to try this to see how it'll work for me. I was always a bit nervous about Botox.

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  2. This sounds like a product most women would love to own. Perfect as a gift.

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  3. I have gotten Botox treatments and the needles are not my favorite part. If these microcurrent treatments are just as good or better I need to get one for home use.

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  4. I'm all for natural options. I have to check this out!

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  5. Oh this is just cool! I would love to try this sometime soon. I turn 35 this year! Ah!

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  6. This is something I would definitely love to have. Thanks for sharing about it.

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  7. I love natural options! And this sounds like a great thing for women to try.

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  8. Wow, I had no idea that there were treatments like this that you can do at home. Thank you for sharing these botox alternatives.

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  9. That looks like an awesome treatment. I would really like to try it.

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  10. wow! I've never heard about microcurrent, but it sounds my type of device. You convinced me to give it a try!

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  11. Something I could really use, but I'm needing help for my neck.

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  12. I know my mum would love this, definitely would make a perfect present for many people

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