How does A-Lift work?
A-Lift uses nanocurrent and microcurrent technology to combat the signs of ageing at a cellular and muscular level. Nanocurrent technology (electro-stimulation at such tiny wavelengths they can't be felt) is known to increase Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) productions in cells to accelerate their metabolism. This produces more proteins including collagen leading to better structure, improved toning and lift so the skinlooks younger and refreshed.
Is it proven?
Microcurrent and nanocurrent is a proven technology dating back to the 1980s, it was originally used to treat facial weaknesses in stroke sufferers. Today, the technology is used to speed up healing following burns, injuries and surgical procedures. After years of research, this technology was adapted to create the A-Lift machine.
How long do the results last?
Following the recommended course of A-Lift treatments the results last up to 6 months.
What is the difference between microcurrent and nanocurrent technology?
Some of the world's most recognised facial toning treatments use microcurrent technology. Although both technologies deliver a current to the skin and underlying tissue, they work at very different frequencies and generate totally different results.
Microcurrent stimulate muscles in the face causing contractions and tightening of the muscles and nanocurrents stimulate skin cells, re-energising them so they work like they did when they were younger. The A-Lift machine also matches each clients unique, natural frequency, giving a tailored treatment each and every time.
How does recharging ATP reverse the signs of ageing?
As we age, the levels of ATP decrease, resulting in ageing skin and muscles. Without ATP, cells would not have the energy to:
A-Lift boosts ATP levels by up to 500%, making cells stronger and act younger.
How do the results last up to 6 months?
Since our bodies generate new skin by copying our existing cells, all new skin cells are actually copies of each other. Each copy takes on the characteristic of the new skin cell before it. By boosting ATP levels of the cells, the copies begin to mimic the newly energised cells that proceed them, maintaining the benefits longer.
How long does a single treatment take?
Treatments vary from 30 minutes to 1.5 hours depending on which course of facials you decide to book. The treatments range from an express facial through to the ultimate relaxation facial.
How many treatments are recommended?
For optimum results, professionals recommend a course of 10 treatments, usually 2 treatments a week. Following the course, a maintainence treatment is recommended every 4-6 weeks.
Who does the A-Lift benefit?
- Male and female clients
- Clients who are in their early twenties who want to maintain a youthful look and a brighter complexion
- Clients aged 25 onwards (when the cel batteries don't charge as well as they used to)
- Mature clients who are wanting to maintain a healthy complexion and look more youthful
- Clients who are wanting a quick fix before a special occasion
What is the recommended recovery time?
As the A-Lift is a non-invasive treatment, no down time is needed. Makeup can be applied straight after the treatment.
When will the results be noticable?
Most clients notice results after their first treatment, their skin glows and looks radiant, deep lines reduce and in some cases fine lines disappear. Your complexion will look refreshed and revitalised for days afterwards, which is why many clients and celebrities love booking treatments in before big events.