Gravity is responsible for many crimes against beauty, from stealing golden leaves off autumn's trees to destroying the Pointillist paintings of Jackson Pollock. Don't be a victim with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $55 for one microcurrent noninvasive facelift (a $175 value)
- $99 for two microcurrent noninvasive facelifts (a $350 value)
- $145 for three microcurrent noninvasive facelifts (a $525 value)
Each 60-minute session begins with a skin analysis, a facial cleansing, and ultrasound exfoliation. Next, the aesthetician directs the microcurrent device's tiny, subsensory bursts of electrical current toward areas including the neck, chin, mouth, and forehead. The noninvasive technology is designed to reduce wrinkles by promoting collagen production and tighten loose skin by stimulating muscle cells. The recommended number and frequency of treatments varies, based on the client's age and desired outcome.
MU Natural Beauty
During an interview for Wowowow that was reposted on MU Natural Beauty's website, Chilean-born Marieliz Unwin revealed that she began exploring the connection between body and psyche at an early age. She was involved with Arica, a mystical school that taught meditation and yoga and opened her eyes to the idea that everything is comprised of energy. As a teenager, Unwin studied acupuncture with a Japanese master, delving further into the realm of balancing bodily energy. She went on to study shiatsu massage and microcurrent therapy in Canada, and decided to share her research with others by opening her own holistic practice in 2007.
In keeping with her holistic take on healing and regeneration, Unwin and her team help slow the effects of aging using only natural and organic skincare products, and they perform noninvasive treatments that work with the circulatory system at the cellular level. Unwin has trained her aestheticians and massage therapists to be mindful of chi as they utilize Ultra and Quantum microcurrent machines from CACI International. The technology is designed to help cells repair themselves, thereby diminishing wrinkles, cellulite, and toxins accumulated while swimming in mall fountains.
New York, New York 10023