Microcurrent, Arden, NC

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Microcurrent is a safe and effective way for tightening your skin and facial muscles.

As we age, our skin loses elasticity and can become dry or dull. Many people spend a great deal of time and money looking for products to help rejuvenate their skin. While some products can be beneficial, usually the changes are minimal and take many weeks before you notice a change. There are other options, however, that can help to tighten, firm, and lift your skin. One such option is a treatment that has been used by many people for decades. Since the 1980s, people have found microcurrent treatments to be an effective solution for rejuvenating and stimulating their faces.

MicroCurrent in Arden, North Carolina

Microcurrent is like a non-invasive facial. It uses electricity to promote cell growth. It’s almost like a work-out for your skin. The electricity stimulates collagen development and cellular activity on your face. With increased cellular activity, facial muscles are tightened and smoothed, especially around the forehead area. Along with helping to reduce the effects of aging, microcurrent has also been used to treat pain and facial paralysis from conditions like Bell’s Palsy.

Here at Triveda Wellness, we are dedicated to finding alternative solutions to provide overall wellbeing. Microcurrent facials coincide with this mission in that they are a safe, noninvasive option for healing and restoring strength and confidence. It is important that microcurrent facials be performed by a skilled professional who knows not only how to keep your results from looking overly dramatic but also whether or not microcurrent is the best option for you, as there are times when it should be avoided. To learn more about microcurrent facials for residents in Arden, North Carolinacall us at Triveda Wellness.


At Triveda Wellness, we offer MicroCurrent treatments to those in Arden, Asheville, Fletcher, Hendersonville, Waynesville, Marion, Morganton, Weaverville, Black Mountain, and Flat Rock, North Carolina.