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The retina, which is the "photographic film" inside your eye has no pain receptors. Any stimulation -- pulling, pushing, cutting etc -- is interpertated as light and a signal is sent to the brain to this effect.
The pulsed electrical stimulation that some clients experience while you aere using microcurrents around the eye should be safe. High enough amperage could cause damage to the retina or optic nerve but I would expect that you are using that much energy in your treatments..
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Thank you for your response. If the current is low enough clients don't experience this phenomena. Would it be more beneficial and safe to maintain lower currents?
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