Microcurrent Therapy in At-Home Anti-Aging Treatments

Myotonlogy is a non-invasive procedure that uses the latest microcurrent technology to restore the skin's tonicity. Myotonology treatments make the face look healthier, younger, more toned and refreshed. This patented process increases circulation, improves skin tone, reduces fine lines and wrinkles and increases hydration and nourishment of the skin.

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Myo Technologies, Inc., provider of Myotonology, the only US patented, totally non-invasive microcurrent skin toning treatment, announces today the launch of the new patented Myotone Facial Toning System, an effective at-home treatment that stimulates the muscles and skin to reduce visible signs of aging. The user-friendly Myotone unit and the complementary botanical skin care line (Myo Essentials) are ideal for cost-conscious men and women, ages 30-60, seeking a natural, non-invasive approach to preventing or reversing signs of aging.

“In the comfort of their own homes, during lunch hour or after the workday, the Myotone Facial Toning System using technology based upon microcurrent therapy, helps consumers to achieve a remarkably healthier, more toned appearance and younger looking skin,” says Elizabeth Logan, CEO of Myo Technologies, Inc. “The System functions as a non-surgical facelift, empowering individuals to restore their own skin’s tonicity. It’s a skincare toning tool that Hollywood elite have been using for years to get ready for big events, and now it’s available for everyone to use for their own ‘red carpet’ moments.”

The Myotone Facial Toning System is an easy-to-use handheld device, requiring treatments of 5-10 minutes a day, with results that leave the face vibrant and refreshed after just three easy steps.

How does Myotonology microcurrent technology work?

Myotonology systematically reduces the signs of aging by maintaining or increasing muscle tone in three ways: muscle re-education via a cerebral effect, circulation, and increased cellular function. During a session, the user isolates approximately 30 muscles of the face and stimulates the muscle fibers with microcurrent impulses to restore proper tone to the facial muscles. The skin of the face and neck are the only area of the body where skin is directly attached to muscles. As the muscles lengthen or contract with age, signs of aging will appear here first. With microcurrent impulses, the muscles can be either relaxed or tightened depending on the desired outcome. As the muscles are re-educated and move to the proper location, the skin moves with them, diminishing fine lines and wrinkles.

The cerebral effect occurs in part because microcurrent mimics the body’s own electrical impulses. As people age, the brain’s ability to “sense” a muscle’s condition is dulled, while its ability to initiate neural impulses is slowed and diminished because of changes in the peripheral nervous system. The brain uses specialized proprioceptors called the Golgi Tendon Organ (GTO) to gather information about the facial muscles and help decide whether or not to initiate neural impulses to contract muscles, relax muscles, or just maintain tonus in them.

Source: Myo Technologies, Inc.

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