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Charlene deLory

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Charlene deLory,  Licensed Aesthetician

The microcurrent machine sends tiny, painless impulses to the facial muscles, which helps them relax and recover while the health and appearance of the face is improved through enhanced collagen and elastin production. This same current causes the underlying muscles to tighten, firm and tone, lifting the face naturally. Through specific placement of the current, fine lines and wrinkles can be reduced and sagging areas can be lifted. The current also promotes the healing of scars and blemishes while giving a healthy glow to the face from improved blood flow. Puffiness from around the eyes can be reduced and metabolic waste (toxins) and free radicals can be eliminated from cells and tissues.

A session is about an hour long, and a complete course of treatment of 10 to 15 sessions is recommended, followed by a maintenance plan to retain cellular health. The course of treatment varies depending on skin condition and muscle tone.

Microcurrent therapy is recommended for anyone that wants to maintain or gain a younger look. Older people will see signs of a restored youthful appearance and young people can put off signs of aging. People that have had surgical procedures on their face can achieve a more natural look through this treatment. It is a nonsurgical procedure that is safe, effective and painless. Meet with Charlene for a free consultation to learn more about how microcurrent therapy can work to bring youth back to one’s life.

For more information, contact Charlene deLory at 818-222-2796 or email  charlenedelory1@gmail.com

Karen Charron is a freelance writer living in Oahu and a frequent contributor to Natural Awakenings Hawaii.


a person who is knowledgeable about the nature and appreciation of beauty, especially in art.

Microcurrent therapy stimulates the production of ATP, which is stored cellular energy that allows a cell to function and triggers the body’s natural biochemical healing process. The introduction of microcurrent technology allows intracellular fluids to be restored, electrolyte levels to be replenished, and absorption of nutrients improved. These vital functions are increased fivefold when microcurrent technology, in harmony with the body’s own current, is introduced to the face to create enhanced cell energy. This is the same energy that produces biological processes, such as muscle contraction and protein (collagen and elastin) production. Introduction of microcurrent therapy reverses the processes that have slowed down  with aging and have caused the face to look older. By regenerating the cells, the face is returned to a more vibrant and youthful appearance.

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As people age, the face loses vibrancy and begins to sag and look dull, making people look and feel older.

The skin care and cosmetic industry spends millions of dollars in research looking for ways to bring back the look of youth on faces that no longer have an ability to regenerate themselves. They then spend millions more marketing these products to people worldwide.

The problem with creams promising a healthier-looking face is that they can’t reach the cell’s nucleus. The nucleus protein is responsible for making cells vibrant and healthy. Charlene deLory has spent years studying the way the face reacts to external stimulation at the cellular level. She has collected treatments that repair and rejuvenate the face by stimulating the body’s own healing ability. One specific tool is microcurrent therapy, which uses specific frequencies mapped to the cell’s own structure to rejuvenate the cells so that they can perform at a higher capacity. The body’s normal electrical current is designed to flow through the body to heal. Unfortunately, when this flowing current is blocked by resistance (e.g., trauma or damaged cells), the healing energy will often flow around the area, limiting the healing properties of the body’s energy. To heal, the injured cells need more oxygen, protein synthesis, ion exchange and adenosine triphosphate (ATP).