Microcurrent: A Must-Have Tool in Every Aesthetic Toolbox

by Melissa Lawrence, 2 years ago

Whether you are a holistic or medical aesthetic professional, you can reap the benefits of microcurrent to reach your clients’ goals. Microcurrent can complement various spa treatments. It can be used for product penetration and works as a simple replacement for microneedling to boost collagen production, naturally, without inducing trauma. It can be used for lymphatic purging to detoxify and reduce inflammation, as well as to rebuild muscles and promote balance in facial symmetry and contouring. Join CEO of TAMA Research, Tina Abnoosi, in this sponsored webinar to learn how incorporating this modality can help you address your clients’ skin issues.

 

Tina Abnoosi 80x80Tina Abnoosi, E.E., L.E., CEO of TAMA Research Corporation, is an electrical engineer with 30 years of experience in the design and manufacturing of electrical and electronic components. With more than 15 years of experience in design, manufacturing, and application of microcurrent equipment, treatments, and techniques, she is a world class leader in the field.

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# Teresa La Roche 2019-08-20 23:28
What is one of good professional machine for MMicrocurrent. Thank send me the video I sub teach and I am currently, massage student.

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