Galvanic Facial

A galvanic facial uses direct electrical current to penetrate active ingredients into the deeper layers of the skin. The current is applied to the inner layers of the skin electrically by using a charged gel and galvanic facial machine.

Course Content:

  • First Aid
  • Health and Safety
  • Anatomy and Physiology L3
  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Contra-indications and Contra-actions
  • Sterilisation and Sanitisation
  • Galvanic Facial Treatment Knowledge
  • The Skin
  • Tools and Equipment
  • Client Consultation
  • Galvanic Facial Procedure
  • Aftercare Advice
  • Key Facts
  • Suppliers 
  • Potential Income
  • Video Demonstration
  • Q&A

Upon completion of the course content, you will be required to complete a case study submission before receiving a digital certificate upon completion.

Galvanic facial which includes electrolysis, iontophoresis and desincrustation – have been standard salon practices for a long time. The earliest, electrolysis, made the switch from a medical procedure to a beauty treatment in the 1880s. Iontophoresis, another medical treatment known under a variety of names, could also be found in some beauty salons by 1903 at the latest.

Late nineteenth-century doctors classified their electrical treatments according to the ‘type’ of electric current being used. These were categorised according to how the current was produced, with each form named after a famous scientist – i.e., franklinic, galvanic and faradic. Two of these, galvanic and faradic found their way into Beauty Culture.

First Aid

Health and Safety

Anatomy and Physiology L3

Tools and Equipment

Contra-indications/Contra-actions

High Frequency Treatment Knowledge