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Increased Oxygen and Circulation
One of the primary benefits of a galvanic facial is the improved oxygenation and circulation in the treated area, according to licensed aesthetician and galvanic treatment practitioner Romy Victoria Lesoveck. “The galvanic charge increases the efficacy of the products used during the treatment and brings an elevated level of nourishment to the skin.”
Galvanic facials deeply cleanse skin of impurities that can cause a dull and lifeless appearance. This process happens when negatively charged ions draw and encapsulate toxins, preparing them to be removed. Phase two of the treatment pulls the encapsulated impurities from the skin by attracting them with a positive charge.
Deeper Penetration of Skin-Care Products
Because of the galvanic current and positively charged product, anti-aging ingredients in the treatment gels deeply penetrate your skin and work harder at attacking and neutralizing free radicals. “The deep tissue is where good products work their best. Having a product sit on top of your skin doesn't even come close to being effective.
Regular galvanic treatments restore and rejuvenate mature skin and help reduce present wrinkles by tightening and clarifying skin. Galvanic treatments benefit younger skin as well by promoting cellular health, helping it to stave off free-radical damage and premature aging.
Researchers from a leading skin care company concluded that the majority of clinical trial participants who received A galvanic treatment could see and feel a difference in their skin after just one treatment. They also reported that ongoing treatments produced even better results.
Reducing the appearance of wrinkles and tightening your facial skin is possible with today's technologically advanced devices and products. One beneficial treatment to consider having is a galvanic facial also knows as a non surgical face lift. The Galvanic machine pushes a low voltage DC current into the skin via a conductive treatment gel that is applied beforehand. Treatments are painless and usually take about 35/45 minutes. The theory behind the galvanic method is that the skin has “electrical channels that can be modified” and enhanced.