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Is Nanocurrent the Next Microcurrent? Interview with Jaclyn Peresetsky

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One of the most fun things we do at the NAA is explore new and different ingredients, treatments, and modalities that support healthy skin inside and out. Sometimes that’s an exotic oil like buriti or moringa, other times it’s a niche treatment modality like oncology aesthetics. Today, we’re bringing you new nanocurrent technology in a multi-functioning device that you can add to your treatment room or at-home skincare regimen: the NanoFace Pro.

We were introduced to the NanoFace Pro–a smart beauty device that incorporates nanocurrent, microcurrent, and ionic deep cleansing, and electroporation into a single handheld device–at the Philadelphia International Congress of Esthetics and Spa in May 2017 by Jaclyn Peresetsky, CEO of Skin Perfect Clinic.

Nanocurrent is the “now” current for skincare

While microcurrent devices and treatments are very much still on trend, when we inquired about them at the Philadelphia show, we were introduced to nanocurrent by more than one exhibitor. The reasons we were especially impressed by the NanoFace Pro was that it is small and portable rather than large and cumbersome; is priced for the treatment room and for retail sale; and it incorporates multiple currents into one device that enhances any facial in 10 minutes or less.

The NanoFace Pro delivers a gentle, but direct bio-identical electrical current into the tissues at different frequencies. In NAA President Rachael Pontillo’s interview with Jaclyn Peresetsky below, Jaclyn explains that nanocurrent differs from microcurrent in that rather than stimulating just the muscle, the nanocurrent actually communicates with skin cells to enhance the production of collagen and elastin, neutralizes free radicals, and boosts the level of ATP (adenotriphosphates- cell energy source) to result in tighter, firmer, brighter-looking skin and improved texture.* Jaclyn also explains that nanocurrent treatments are shorter in duration than microcurrent.

Will nanocurrent replace microcurrent?

You’ll have to watch the interview below to find out!

We want to repeat Rachael’s point towards the interview, that devices like the NanoFace Pro–or any standalone skincare product, diet, or aesthetic treatment in general–are not standalone treatments that will solve all your skin problems or keep your skin youthful for life. It’s meant to support an overall healthy regimen consisting of a well-balanced, whole foods-based diet, proper topical skincare regimen that’s been designed for your bioindividual needs, and healthy lifestyle choices.

About Jaclyn Peresetsky

Jaclyn Peresetsky is not only the owner of Skin Perfect Spas in Ohio and Florida, but she is also a noted color expert, makeup artist, master aesthetician, author and speaker. Her multiple books, cosmetic and skincare lines, and training courses allow other beauty pros to learn and add more services combining art and science to become leading beauty experts.

Committed to continuous education, Jaclyn travels the world to learn of new techniques and product lines for skin care and makeup as well as doing speaking events and news segments. Jaclyn’s best accomplishments are hearing her skincare clients swell with confidence as they tell her stories of the compliments they receive about their skin and how happy they are with their results. Through these strong and heart felt connections grows her drive to keep pushing for the best skincare products and treatments for the spa’s clients.  She attribute much of her success to her amazing Skin Perfect team and her cherished spa clients.

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Would you add nanocurrent to your skincare routine or treatment room? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information contained in this post is for informational and educational purposes only, does not substitute for advice from a licensed aesthetics or medical professional, and is not intended to diagnose, prevent, or treat any disease. We recommend consulting with your licensed skin or healthcare professional to discuss whether the NanoFace Pro or any other skincare device is right for you.
**Disclosure: Rachael Pontillo purchased her own NanoFace Pro at ICES Philly. This post contains affiliate links.

 

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Morag Currin April 25, 2018, 7:53 pm

Hello
Very interested to know why you refer to Oncology Esthetics as a niche training/modality? When you note that 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women in the US/Canada will get cancer in their lifetime, I would hardly consider this niche. I pioneered and create this modality and coined the term ‘oncology esthetics’ in 2007 – this was create due to demand when I worked at an FDA lab with many inquiries from estheticians about ingredients and products that could be used on clients undergoing active chemo/radiation or post tx.
Thanks!

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Rachael April 25, 2018, 9:23 pm

Hi Morag! First of all, I am thrilled you read our article and took the time to comment. I am well aware of your work and have the utmost respect for what you do and teach. We did not mean that oncology aesthetics is niche, in a way that implies that it is not a widespread need–it most certainly is, and many of our members are trained in oncology aesthetics, and we actually did a webinar on the subject which was co-presented by one of our oncology-trained aesthetician members, as well as a holistic nutritionist who’s a two-time breast cancer survivor and cancer nutrition specialist herself. We meant “niche” in terms of specialty and specific knowledge needed to practice in this modality. Not all aestheticians work in that specialty–that niche–or can adequately serve the niche market of cancer patients and survivors since their needs are specific, and thus require specialized–or niche–training. I hope that more accurately explains our intention! Thank you so much for the important work you do and the amazing positive impact you’ve had on the aesthetics industry and those struggling with cancer! –Rachael Pontillo

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