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From The Wall Street Journal, November 1, 2011

In an article that discussed the benefits of microcurrent technology, the Journal talked with noted dermatologist Dr. Nicholas Perricone.

“The treatment increases adenosine triphosphate, a molecule used for energy in the muscle, says Dr. Perricone, adding that a more youthful appearance is seen after the first treatment. The effect is temporary, but Dr. Perricone, who says the muscles are trained over time, recommends weekly treatments for eight to ten weeks and then maintenance treatments every two to four weeks after that.”

As the Journal also notes, these expensive facials are typically “sold at spas, resorts, salons, and sometimes doctors’ offices.” But Uplifting Beauty has created BIO-1011, a portable version of the microcurrent machine, so you don’t need to set up appointments and pay for expensive facials. With the help of this incredible, non-invasive technology, you can tighten your face and lift your whole body as frequently as you like without ever leaving home.

Celebrities—from Susan Sarandon to Kate Winslet to Oprah—have all used and publicly discussed the incredible benefits of microcurrent treatments, the technology behind Uplifting Beauty. In the video on the left, a celebrity facialist (who is paid hundreds of dollars a session) discusses how her resculpting facial—a microcurrent treatment—“firms, lifts and contours the skin.”

In the video on the right, Dr. Holly Phillips of CBS News in New York reports on how the microcurrent machine “harnesses electrical currents to rejuvenate the skin.”