Microcurrent Facial

A microcurrent facial is a cosmetic treatment where a person uses a special handheld device to deliver tiny currents of electricity to the face. This course provides the skills and qualification you need to successfully deliver a microcurrent facial treatment.

Course Content:

  • History of Microcurrent Facial
  • First Aid
  • Health and Safety
  • Anatomy and Physiology L3
  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Contra-indications and Contra-actions
  • Sterilisation and Sanitisation
  • Microcurrent Facial Treatment Knowledge
  • The Skin
  • Tools and Equipment
  • Client Consultation
  • Microcurrent 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.

Microcurrent facials date back to 1980s when they were medically approved by TGA as a muscle stimulator to treat Bell’s Palsy and muscle paralysis. It helped to lift sagging facial muscles along with being used as an anti-ageing tool.

First Aid

Health and Safety

Anatomy and Physiology L3

Tools and Equipment


Client Consultation

High Frequency Treatment Knowledge

High Frequency Procedure

High Frequency Video Demonstration

Aftercare Advice

Exam Questions

High Frequency Next Steps