What is Bio-Electric Facial Rejuvenation?
|Through mild electrical
stimulation, facial muscles are firmed and wrinkles smoothed, vastly improving the
appearance of cheeks, mouths, eyes and chins.
Beauty isn't just in the eye of the beholder.
It's also in the muscle tone that supports your skin! As we age, the underlying muscles become elastic
and unable to support the tissue attached to them. In
skin loses both it's ability to regenerate new tissue and to moisturize
itself. The result is fluid buildup, wrinkles, and sagging.
surgical facelifts, the muscles and skin are cut and stretched, and
within a few years they begin to sag again. But Bio-Electric
Rejuvenation is an amazing non-invasive anti-aging technology that employs universal healing frequencies
to stimulate cells and re-educate muscles, reducing fluid retention and
softening wrinkles without the risk, discomfort and expense of
surgery. Facial muscles are lifted, held and
made firm ― creating elasticity in the tissue, with the added
benefit of keeping skin
Rejuvenation is effective as
and preventive anti-aging treatment! It
can even be used to enhance or maintain a surgical facelift and
other surgical procedures once they're completely healed.
and why our faces age
Until our mid-30s, most of us retain the fresh smooth, wrinkle-free skin of
our youth. Skin and facial muscles both are still firm
and elastic, so facial contours remain smooth and well-defined. It's
shortly after age 35 that the first real signs of
aging appear, and the process happens so gradually we don't
even notice ― that is, until we compare our reflection in the mirror
with a photograph taken just 5 years ago. We're shocked to find that we
look different... older!
the collapse of the upper cheek muscles that causes most signs of aging in the face.
By the age of 45, the upper cheek
muscles elongate by as much as half an inch, dragging the skin over
the cheeks downward to form jowls ― plump little pouches by the
corners of the mouth. The muscles under the chin also become looser and the jaw line loses its
firm contour. In addition, the overly-stretched skin around the eyes creates a heavy-lidded appearance
with many lines and folds, while "bags" collect underneath. Even as little as a quarter-inch stretch in the tiny
eye muscles can cause the outer corners of the upper eyelids to droop
over the lower ones.
The alert freshness of youth is gone! By the age of
55, the upper cheek muscles stretch by at least three quarters of an inch, forming creases around the ears,
mouth and jaw line. Neck muscles also lose their tone,
becoming slack and starting to form neck rolls or cords. Loose, stretched
skin sags toward the forward part of the neck. In profile, the tip of the
chin seems to be an extension of the neck ― the beginning of the all too
familiar "turkey neck" of old age.
Bio-Electric Rejuvenation helps improve the effects of aging
through treatments targeting all of these areas.
many treatments are needed... and do they hurt?
actually see a difference on their very first Bio-Electric
Rejuvenation treatment, but the overall requirement really depends
on a person's age and condition when treatments are begun. An initial series of
two or three a week for five to
six weeks is recommended to re-tone the muscles and rejuvenate the skin.
Thereafter, a monthly maintenance treatment
will likely be useful in keeping things tight and healthy.
As for discomfort.. there isn't any! The Bio-Electric Rejuvenator operates at micro-amperage
levels, so there's usually no electrical sensation whatsoever. Treatments
are pleasant, relaxing and confidential, and take only about
45-50 minutes each.
1407 Lake Street, Elmira NY 14901
Map & driving directions
Women & men. All are welcome
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"My face looks and feels tighter after only one treatment. My laugh
lines have almost disappeared."
― L. Peterson
"It is hard to believe this could take place without plastic
surgery. Not only could I see the difference, but I could feel the
difference. My muscles are nice and firm and the deep lines are
"My face feels as firm
as when I was thirty - not bad for a fifty-year-old."