May 26, 2017 cnn.com

Does a Microcurrent Facial Really Lift Your Face?

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Have you ever worked out your face? An eyebrow-raising beauty trend, called a microcurrent facial, aims to do just that.

The noninvasive treatment involves zapping your face with tiny electrical currents to stimulate, tone and tighten facial muscles.

"It's like a little workout for your face," actress Jennifer Aniston said in an interview with InStyle magazine last year.

The electrical stimulation technology behind the microcurrent facial has been used in partnership with various treatments for patients afflicted with Bell's palsy, a sudden paralysis or weakness of facial muscles that causes one side of your face to appear to droop. Now the technology is making waves in the cosmetic field.

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