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Top 4 Micro-current Devices for Home Use   Micro-current is a non-surgical technology that is very popular with the current generation. It’s a technology used by a number of people to manage the ageing process, and stay beautiful. Micro-current non-surgical was earlier used for ...

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Meet Our New Microcurrent Beauties!

  Microdermabrasion is listed as one of 10 top most popular cosmetic procedures in the U.S., numbering 499427 salon procedures in 2011, and steadily increasing. The average price for 10 microdermabrasion sessions varies from approximately $1000 to $2000. The introduction of home use ...

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Microdermabrasion – inside story

  Cosmetic surgeons who are administrating the ever popular neurotoxin botox, are also recommending that patients seek out another treatment as a complement. This treatment is an electric facial called microcurrent. During a session, low levels of microcurrent are delivered to the face, ...

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Microcurrent – Botox’s Other Half

  Is there a beauty device that could combine simplicity and excellent performance? It is hard to find, but this little device has great feedback and we are sure it will not leave you disappointed. This At-Home skin care tool has two excellent features that can help return skin its ...

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March – Microcurrent Red Light Device

  Everyone who works in the cosmetics industry knows that the US Food and Drug Administration, our great regulatory authority, does not recognize the term “Anti-Aging Creams” applied to any skin care product. It is absolutely banned from official vocabulary, and with good ...

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Why does the FDA not like the “Anti-Age” label for cosmetic products?