TEENLIFTING® of the face, double chin, and neck for men and woman
TEENLIFTING is the electrical muscle stimulation of the face and neck. It is physical method applied in cosmetics with excellent results in rehabilitation and prophylaxis of joints, muscles, headaches, migraines, jaw bone regeneration, sinusitis, neuralgia, paralysis, Bell’s palsy (n. Facial) and myalgia.
Circular muscles of the eyes and mouth
Muscles around the face and neck
TEENLIFTING of the face, double chin and neck:
- Tightens the skin
- Removes wrinkles from forehead
- Removes wrinkles from around the eyes
- Removes wrinkles from around the lips
- Does Lymphatic drainage
- Shapes the face
- Is noninvasive rejuvenation
- Is rejuvenation of face, chin, and neck
- Is anti-aging treatment
- Is non-surgical rejuvenation
- Is electro stimulation of mimic muscles of the face and neck at the same time
- Stimulates facial acupressure points
- Exercises the facial muscles
- Is facelifting
- Is face fitness
- Increases skin tone
- Regenerates the tissue
- Restores youthful facial expressions
- Is for weight loss
- Is detoxification of the tissue
- Is anti-stress therapy
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Why is important simultaneous stimulation of all face and neck muscles?
The muscles are anatomically interconnected, so their synchronized contraction is important for achieving top results, removing wrinkles from the face and a face-lift.
Why TEENLIFTING stimulates each muscle with 100% of muscle fibers, and not just a part of each muscle with 5-20% of muscle fibers as in conventional electrical stimulation?
Stimulation is more comfortable and we simultaneously achieve maximum results and wrinkle removal. Partial stimulation of the individual areas is too intensive for those areas, but at the same time too weak for the entire muscle or muscle group.
How is this accomplished?
Unique TEENLIFTING electrodes are designed for specific anatomical regions of muscle groups or for individual muscles.
Is there any difference TEENLIFTING electrical stimulation of other electrical stimulation in the market?
There is. A distinction is made in the combination of exercise and training. There are different trainings for all the muscles of the face and neck. Every muscle has its initial strength (due to the intensity and character of facial expressions, age …), however, the anatomy itself and function of muscles requires a certain combination of training, which are common to all. eg. Muscle platysma, the circular muscles of eye and mouth are far weaker than the others mimic muscles and are therefore combinations and adjustments are necessary for top performance and a facelift.
When should we start with TEENLIFTING stimulation?
For exercising muscles is never too early, nor too late. It is ideal to start before the 30’s because it is much better and healthier to keep firm and small face shape, than letting him relax and expand. The sooner you start, you will see results faster.
There is no upper age limit for TEENLIFTING stimulation.
When do you see the first results?
The first results are visible after the first treatment as a refreshed face.
With each subsequent workout there can be achieved better and more tangible results:
- forehead lift
- raising the eyebrows and upper eyelids
- disappearance of wrinkles around the eyes
- shaping the face
- fuller and bowed lips
- disappearance of wrinkles around the mouth (nasolabial wrinkles)
- tightening of double chin and neck
- face lift
Most important is to take the first treatment in life as soon as possible. After the all-new experience, we will make a plan to train all mimic muscles for the year.
Clients in the 50s and later years, can expect slower initial results, which depend on the elasticity of the skin condition, although that is not the rule.
The skin during TEENLIFTING’s can be treated and nurtured with all cosmetic treatments for the skin (RF, LPG, laser, IPL, AHA).
All treatments on the skin may possibly accelerate tangible results of a new form of muscle, but no treatment of the skin can shape a muscle.
If you do not treat your skin at all, it will be naturally “squeezed” and will form within a few days or months. The skin is renewed every day, a “complete” reconstruction of the skin lasts for 30 days in the 30s and extends with ageing up to 60 days in the 70’s. Therefore, the result is more noticeable a week after the last training.
How often do you need to keep?
It is logical that the muscle should be held regularly in the best possible condition. More training leads to better the results. However, in the case of small facial muscles with rare treatments results are excellent. (For example, a long- time satisfied clients from other countries come three times a year and work 2-3 double treatment.)
What happens if we stop with TEENLIFTING stimulations?
If after some time you stop with training, the muscles for a long time retain its firmness and shape. As electro does not build muscles and does not increase their volume, so there is no appearance of “deteriorating” after training.
Impact of TEENLIFTING stimulation on the jaw joints and headache.
In front of both ears are two jaw joint (TMJ temporomandibular joints), which the temporal bone connects to the lower jaw. They are strengthed with tendons, ligaments and muscles that are responsible for running the joint.
One of disorders of TMJ is muscle tension, spasms of only certain jaw muscles, caused by psychological component-stress. One of the symptoms of such spasms is headache, which does not respond to conventional treatment. Headache occurs in the morning (after a night of intense muscle spasms in his sleep) or after stressful situations during the day.
TEENLIFTING rehabilitates pain and headache exercising all the muscles, “breaks” spasms and pain of certain muscles and increases blood flow and circulation of the muscles, skin and bones of the jaw.
Impact of TEENLIFTING on restoring of the bone of the jaw and face.
The composition and metabolic balance of the bone, depends on the activity of the muscles, the point of maximum pressure and tendon insertions to bone. Muscle activity slows down the process of osteoporosis by constant stimulation of bone on its creation (of which the bone regeneration physiologically dependent), but it is also crucial at a young age.
At the younger age muscular activity increases “underlying principal amount of bones”, which are waiting for processes of osteoporosis and osteopenia. As the “principal” is greater, the “rest” of the bones are larger. Progressive bone loss begins at age older than 30 years of age, so that bone mass in this age is of decisive importance for the bone mass in old age.
Intensive postmenopausal osteoporosis occurs at women 15 to 20 years after menopause.
For this reason TEENLIFTING becomes one of the key treatments for osteoporosis prevention and rehabilitation of bones of the jaw and face.