New York, NY, March 06, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Madonna loves it.
Paris is a fan.
But what is it?
Proving that sometimes beauty doesn’t come in a jar and hope isn’t always in a bottle, sometimes beauty sounds...techy. Witness: Dynamic Intelligent NANO Technology and Specific Frequency Signatures.
Ever since Madonna posted a video of her getting a “fork facial
,” the internet has been buzzing. Is this the secret behind Madge’s nearly 60-year-old skin?
The “fork facial” in the Madonna video features NeurotriS
’ proprietary Pico Probes, that gently release tiny microcurrents, or electrical pulses, as they are softly drawn across the skin during the facial. This stimulates facial muscles to tone and soften the face and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and sagging, while boosting collagen & elastin production. This procedure takes less than 40 minutes.
NeurotriS uses microcurrent science for anti-aging treatments to keep you young and beautiful - from eyes to thighs. Paris Hilton loves the body and face treatments. (See image) Microcurrent technology targets all layers of your skin, giving a non-invasive approach to improve and return a more youthful appearance.
According to Tony Picciano, CEO of NeurotriS and the man behind the forks, “Our bodies are basically electrical, and they run off electromagnetic energy. Our microcurrent technology mirrors your body’s own natural bioelectrical field, which ‘teaches’ the muscles to lift, firm and tone.
"The breakthrough technology behind our Pico Probes and our other machines is unique because it allows for multi-signal microcurrent channels to work all at once, treating the skin surface area more efficiently.”
NeurotriS holds patents
on the facial and body systems, allowing for 34 claims as well as FDA 510K submissions, certifications and licenses.
Safe and effective, the treatment is comfortable and soothing - it’s like going to the gym for your face.
For more information, to learn about the research and science behind NeurotriS’ proprietary microcurrent technology or to schedule an interview with Tony Picciano, please contact Ellen Werther (firstname.lastname@example.org).