EMS vs Microcurrent. What's the difference?
Although EMS and Microcurrent are both types of electrotherapy and both methods address muscle strength and tone, they differ.
Both methods are considered safe, relatively painless and non-invasive to lift and strengthen the facial muscles and stimulate collagen growth.
Microcurrent devices use low-grade electrical impulses (low voltage electrical current) to stimulate the muscles in the face.
EMS provides deeper muscle stimulation and exercises the facial muscles by contracting them. You can even see your facial muscles contract! It’s kind of like waking up your muscles, and it tells them to produce more ATP (ATP is known as Adenosine Triphosphate which drives the creation of key structural proteins, such as collagen and elastin, and is the biochemical way to store and use energy).
You can use EMS more for the lower parts of the face where there might be more sagging, and microcurrents for the eyes and forehead.
Electrotherapy is also a great treatment that can be used in conjunction with Radiofrequency (RF) and LED light therapy as in our Skinreverse® Advanced Dermalift premium anti-aging handset.
Our innovative Skinreverse® Solar Roller incorporates a built-in solar panel that absorbs light energy to generate micro-current and activate skin cells. It's an innovative micro-current bar to massage, tone and de-puff your skin!
It is important to note that if you stop doing it, the effects won’t remain. It has to be done frequently and long-term to see true results, as the results build over time. So, exactly like working out the rest of you!