Friday, September 25, 2009

Spa Girls loves Sumishi but it’s not what you think!



Most people when they first hear the word Sumishi think it’s a fine delicacy in their favourite Japanese restaurant. Nope! It’s the ultimate toning machine heralded as a new kind of face lift called Sumishi Microcurrent Therapy.

For over the past 15 years doctors and physical therapists all over the world have been using microcurrents to heal injured muscles, tendons and other related injuries. Gaining in popularity Sumishi Microcurrent Therapy offers painless, non-invasive face rejuvenation for those looking for an anti-aging procedure.



Sumishi treatments aid in rebuilding the skin from the inside out and help increase circulation to the muscles thus building overall muscle tone. Sumishi uses an extremely small electrical current which pulsates and penetrates the cell wall balancing the electrical potential of the cell, where it stimulates circulation, cellular growth and reproduction, causing the skin cells to function and reproduce at a higher rate. Sumishi enhances muscle tone causing a lifting effect and improves the integrity of the skin producing a refined, firm and less lined appearance. It also improves skin colour. Clayton Shagal products enhance these results as they stimulate the same functions. And your skin will feel like silk after the hour long treatment.

It is recommended to have 12 treatments over a six week period for maximum benefits. These are followed-up with treatments once a month for another year. After only 5 treatments people kept telling me how great I looked--and I could even see the difference--not to mention it is a very relaxing facial.

Sumishi Microcurrent Therapy is used for a number of treatments including the repair of scar tissue, lymphatic drainage, reducing the appearance of stretch marks, scalp treatments, cellulite, and acne.

7 comments:

  1. sounds great...how much?

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  2. Just joined ... excited! As a medical aesthetician ... wondering where the sumishi can be purchased ... I've searched the web ... any suggestions girls? :-)

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  3. Yes, I do know where it can be purchased at a very good price....I have one that I'd really like to sell...you can contact me at gaetana_m@hotmail.com

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  4. Thanks for becoming a Spa Girl, Skin Care by Joy. You can try eBay for a sumishi machine, I have seen them for pretty good prices. Some health food stores are also caring a less expensive machine, but if you are going to use it in your work, you should really get an industrial unit, which are more expensive. Gaetana might have a good deal for you by the sound of it! Spa

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  5. Sorry for the delay in responding--I'm not being notified of posts for some reason!

    Sumishi treatments really vary in price depending on where you go to have your treatment. I went to a training school for my treatments and paid $275.00 for 12 treatments. A high-ended Spa might charge as much as $1500 or more for your treatments, so you really need to shop around.

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  6. I really love to go a spa, my body feel relax and comfortable with myself, i think everyone must to take a time to go a spa although be once per week, this practice is very healthy and it could help you even if you have sexual problems. Another alternative is to buy viagra. The spa is really good, i advice you.

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  7. I just found this site and I realize that these posts are many months old but I am looking for a sumishi machine at a good price. Does anyone know where I can find one? I've tried e-bay and they don't even come up with a search.

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