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October 22, 2020 3 min read

 

The beauty industry is full of claims about miracle skincare products and services that claim to provide you with treatments to make you look and feel beautiful. Facial lifting treatments are becoming increasingly popular in the industry, offering you ways to train your facial muscles to appear more lifted, tightened, and firmer.

Microcurrents and PureLift are two trending non-invasive face lift treatments being touted as the next big thing in facial treatment. Both methods use devices that you can use on your skin to stimulate your facial muscles and get a de-aging face lift without requiring any invasive surgery.

The question is: Which is better? PureLift or Microcurrents?

PureLift vs. Microcurrent | What is the Difference?

Let’s take a better look at each method to help you determine which one comes out the winner in the PureLift vs. Microcurrent debate.

What is Microcurrent?

Microcurrent machines do what their name suggests. They create small currents that they apply to your skin when you use them. These currents supposedly imitate the naturally produced currents by our body.

These currents stimulate the facial skin and produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is a compound that drives energy production in your cells where you are treating the skin. The ATP also improves blood flow in the area, allowing the skin on your face to become more energetic.

The result of these currents stimulating your facial muscle cells is more rapid healing, creating the face lift. However, there is a slight drawback to microcurrents.

Microcurrent devices only manage to stimulate the dermis. It means it does not genuinely reach below your skin to the facial muscles. Microcurrents only target the skin, making the facelift essentially superficial.

What is PureLift?

Like Microcurrents, PureLift also provides stimulation to the dermis. But the difference between these two treatments is the ability PureLift has to reach deeper into your skin and through to the facial muscles. PureLift creates a randomized and pulsing current that reaches your facial muscles, causing them to contract and relax.

The stimulation from PureLift effectively exercises your facial muscles, improving their overall tone and strength. The result is seemingly similar to that from Microcurrent treatment, but it is not a superficial facelift.

PureLift provides a stronger framework for your skin and stimulates the skin cells themselves to provide you with longer lasting and effective results.

PureLift uses proprietary Triple-Wave technology for a stronger stimulation in the non-invasive facelift treatment without causing any discomfort.

PureLift vs. Microcurrents | Which is better?

PureLift and Microcurrents provide non-invasive facial treatment by using currents to stimulate the cells in your dermies to provide a facelift without causing discomfort. However, the slight difference in their approach in providing the stimulation creates a world of difference in how they work.

Microcurrents have proven to provide results, but they fail to penetrate the skin and reach the muscles to energize the foundation on which the facial skin rests on. PureLift uses Triple-Wave technology to provide a deeper stimulation that works on both the skin and the underlying facial muscles for a more effective facial lift.

It is quite clear which is the winner in the PureLift vs. Microcurrent debate when it comes to providing you with a better non-invasive facelift.

If you want to learn more about PureLift or use the treatment yourself, feel free to shop through our collection of products specially designed to deliver this patented technology to you at The Recovery Lab shop.

Andrew Barile
Andrew Barile


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