galvanic current


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galvanic current

[gal′van·ik ′kə·rənt]
(electricity)
A steady direct current.
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A galvanic current is pumped into the clay to drive the active ingredients into the skin.
We do this by using specific gels and ampoules beneath the thermal clay mask which are then propelled into the deeper layers of the skin by the galvanic current.
Nu Skin's recently launched ageLOC[R] Galvanic Body Spa[TM] system uses patented self-adjusting galvanic currents with patent-pending pulsating technology to diminish the appearance of fat and cellulite to provide a slimmer, smoother, firmer appearance on the arms, abdomen, buttocks and thighs.
High therapeutic efficiency is achieved due to galvanic currents created in the skin, on the points of the needles and between the needles, which lead to an increased selective metal micro-electrophoresis into the internal environment of the body.