Microcurrent Facelift and the eyes: what you can expect after a series of treatments

Microcurrent Facelift and the eyes: what you can expect after a series of treatments

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– Hi everyone. Just wanted to do a quick update about microcurrent and your eyes and what you can expect, what kind of changes you can expect, in your eyes with microcurrent. Microcurrent is not magic. It is just microcurrent, which means it’s about one one-millionth of an amp. It’s a tiny, tiny current
that the body recognizes and can use as its own. The kind of microcurrent we
use in facial rejuvenation mostly uses the L-wave or
the square wave microcurrent because it is the most proven to firm or to lift, to lift muscles. So we want that lifting effect. They also use microcurrent in like CES, cranial electrical stim, for
depression, that sort of thing. But that uses a more spiky or like a, I think they call that, a V-wave? I don’t know what they call that but it’s very spiky and doesn’t look open like the square wave does. So microcurrent uses a square wave and that’s been what’s most
proven to lift the muscle. And so if you come in and your eyes are… You have a lot of puffiness
and, I live in Austin, Texas, I have a ton of allergies,
always had allergies, and so one of the first things I noticed, like if I use a heavy cream or if the mold count is really high or something gets in my
eye, it’s just like boom. And so, I’ll do a microcurrent treatment. And if I can’t do a full treatment, I’ll just do a quickie
where I hold one probe here and I just go around
the eye and that sort of wakes up the whole eye. Or you can hold it up here
and it wakes up the eye. And it’s also great for tired eyes, puffiness and all that sort of thing. A quick note about lymph, if you try to do microcurrent on your eyes and you got pockets of lymph, and if you have bags underneath your eyes, you probably have quite a bit of lymph. There’s a lot of people who
have this little pocket here, which I’m always fighting. In Chinese diagnosis of the face, that is considered the spleen, I believe that’s on that side. And so people will get
these little pockets and for that I will use lymph drainage and I have a new machine that really helps suck all that out. It takes four to six treatments, sometimes a few more, but it does get that out. So if you try to do microcurrent in an area that has a lot of lymph, you’ll get some lifting, but
what you’re going to find is a lot of puffiness. And what I’ve found is
if I do microcurrent on eyes that are full of lymph, they actually look worse than they did before I pass the wands over. Because now we have
lifted and toned muscles surrounded by lymph. So really, you need to
go in and clean that out. And when I use my gloves, I’ll go in and do manual lymph drainage. You know, it’s not as great as
my new vacuum therapy machine or my power cupping machine, but it does help with sort
of a quickie lymph drainage. And basically what I do is
I just sweep out and down because we have lymph nodes here. The main lymph nodes in the body are here beneath our clavical. And you can start by draining this area and get this activated before you ever drain anything through here. You’ll get like a lymph traffic jam. But yeah, you’ll just sweep. Make sure your finger’s wet
or you have a gel mask on, something to conduct the microcurrent. But make sure your finger’s
wet and just sweep. It’s a very light movement
and you may have to do this… If you’ve got a lot of lymph, you may have to do this 100 times. If you do it, with a lot of repetition, you’ll find that the lymph
will start to remember how to get out because
sometimes this lymph gets so stagnated and
it gets so stuck there that it just kind of forgets where to go. And so we need to remind it here, on out, move on out, and then I’ll hold here and move it on out, move it on out. And this is very basic. Manual lymph drainage, there’s all these classes you can take because it’s very quite complex, but I do this very simply to start. And so if you want better
microcurrent results, you really need to start
with some lymph drainage if you have puffy eyes. And then you just go in and
do your regular movements. You know, you pinch here, you do these. I like to lift the frontalis
because without doing that you’re not going to have, you know, the lift through here. So, if you decide to go and
get microcurrent treatments from aesthetician or somebody else, I recommend going to an aesthetician because we understand
the muscles of the face a little bit better than say, somebody else who does microcurrent maybe at a chiropractor’s
office or, I don’t know, there seems like their
doing it everywhere anymore. Really go to somebody who
knows the muscles of the face, who knows what they’re doing, who knows about lymph drainage, who knows their microcurrent machine, and knows who’s good because
microcurrent right now is exploding and there’s
a lot of misinformation about microcurrent right now and there’s a lot of people doing it that, quite frankly, don’t
know what they’re doing. So make sure whoever’s
doing your microcurrent is qualified and knows what they’re doing. Anyway, microcurrent around the eyes, you can expect a nice
lift when you do this. You can expect your eyes after
a session of microcurrent or after a series of
microcurrent to be back up there, if you remember that, and to be depuffed and your vision might even be better, too. I’ve heard that. If you have any questions, pop me a comment up here. I’m not real good at
answering emails anymore because I get so many. So pop a comment up there and we will get you some answers. Thanks for tuning in. Please press “Like” if you liked it and add some comments. Thanks.

49 comments

  1. Lymphatic system back up… ack! Very informative video! Sounds like you got all the fun machines! If I'm anywhere near Austin I will look for you!

  2. Hi Dinahout! Looks like you have been busy doing some fun giveaways and such. Such great ideas! Yes if you are ever around here look me up. We can have some nice girly skincare gadget and ingredient talk. Lol!

  3. You are wonderful and a good teacher! Thanks so much getting certified but you explain so much more than the microcurrent classes I am taking now. God Bless you and your career practice in texas.

  4. What is the best way to be certain you are looking at actual lymph "build up"? I am wondering if I can tell the difference between that and fatty deposit.
    Thanks!

  5. A hawks, the way to tell if it's fat or lymph is to do daily lymph drainage, if the puffiness doesn't look better within a week or two then you know it's all fat deposit.

  6. Nancy, no I don't use satin smooths unit. The $200 Nova Industries vacuum therapy machine worked just as we'll for me. It's pulsed vacuum.

  7. Awesome I will def buy the video for the eyes. I have this long under eye line that runs horizontally along my cheek bone. I noticed there are 2 videos.. Which one  talking about the crepe under eyes? 

  8. Hi I m a Esthetician I would like to buy a micro current and add it to my services , witch machine would you recommend ?!

  9. Hi. I recently purchased the lift wand ( high frequency device) for its variety of uses and one of the tutorials shows how to use the device to help lymph drainage. Do you approve of this device? Or are you familiar with it? and also can I use the Nu Face micro currant device in conjunction with the High Fidelity Device? Also Is there another brand of Micro currant device that you prefer?
    Hope you can answer all my questions. 🙂

  10. Hi I have hyluronidase and dissolve my own skin tissue my cheeks look flat can't I do micro current treatments?
    For come back my skin

  11. Christine, thank you in advance for your response. Are you familiar with biostetics 2100 machine. Can you tell us why you chose the Jade machine? Do you have any advice for choosing a machine? Sincerely, Sloan

  12. Hi, I can't tell how long ago you made this tutorial. it is great! Thank you so much for your time. I will like to know if you still recommend NuFace with the wands? I am planning on getting one and would love to know which is the best with a reasonable price. I do not wish to get something overwhelming to learn. Again, Thanks

  13. Hi Christine, I am about to purchase NuFace with all it's attachments. would you recommend this investment? also, looking all over for the bio-lift machine with LED. Many thanks

  14. Thank you for your honest answer on this product. I have ordered and found the same problem. I saw this video while I was watching your video review on Nutone. I am going to order the Nutone thanks for the honest and as I can also attest truthful review of this product.

  15. hi Christine. i had my first microcurrent yesterday. is it safe to have it put directly on your eye lids? i feel my eye vision is blurry this morning and I'm concerned.

  16. hi Christine. i had my first microcurrent yesterday. is it safe to have it put directly on your eye lids? i feel my eye vision is blurry this morning and I'm concerned.

  17. Just found your tutorial, and it has been "very" informative. I just bought mine, and want to ensure not to "increase" the puffiness around my eyes, so when looking for a professional to unclog my lumps here in Atlanta, Ga (actually Covington, Ga), what questions should I ask/look for? Appreciate your helpl.

  18. I had ordered the Jenu before I discovered the clareblend device. I've cancelled my order because I just didn't think that the Jenu was the right device for me. I'm considering the new clareblend mini now but am still looking at other devices as well. Love your videos because they are so informative and so honest so thanks for that.

  19. Hi Christine . A few years a go a got the 3in1 Photon Microcurrent Face Lift Ultrasonic Massager. I ordered online it in Hong Kong and looks like is for somebody with license because in the manual says " when you use it in the client ". I will post the link and I really need your advice in this machine. I don't know how in what order or how often I should use the light or the current or even the ultrasound on my face. The instructions don't specify and I been using only the ultrasound for my knee pain. Thanks in advance 😊

  20. I purchased Nuface Mini before I found your video. I have been using it for a week, daily and I see flashing light when I use it under my eye area. Is this a normal reaction? Should I go to the doctor, stop using the device all together?

  21. When you said we can work the eyebrows, were you referring to using the microcurrent machine in the eyebrow regions or truly
    pinching the eyebrows as a massage technique after the lymph drainage before you microcurrent? Sorry I get confused easily lol

  22. Also, I'm planning on buying your mini microcurrent machine. Is there a way to use it to work around not having two wands? Or is there a machine you sell with the two wands?

  23. Hello, since i am viewing this five years late, I was wondering if the Clareblend mini is still the best technology available. When I thought hooded eyes can’t be worse, they are with age; double whammy. Just became a subscriber 😊, thank you for your response.

  24. Hey Chrisine

    I am salon owner in Australia and am looking at purchasing a micro current, galvanic and high frequance machine – would really appreciate your feed back on a in salon machine you would recommend 🙂

    xxx

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