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March 21, 2016


The microcurrent conversation is certainly a trending topic right now; NY Mag even wrote an article on the subject titled "Is Running Electricity Through Your Face the New Secret to Youth?" The industry is abuzz with opinions, but whether or not you're on board with the idea, there are plenty of glowing celebrities out there who tout the facial as a "workout for your face" - and hey, if that's true - trying this out at home certainly can't hurt.  Just ask facialist to the stars, Joanna Vargas. She explains that "the mild electric current drains out excess water, tightens muscles, and tightens skin." Are you intrigued yet?

The device with the potential to give such results at-home is the Nuface mini facial toning device. The device uses microcurrent technology that has been clinically proven to improve facial contour, tone, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles - all of which are some of the greatest visible signs of aging. 

The Nuface is easy to use (watch the instructional video here), and once I got the technique down pat, it became a part of my evening ritual that I looked forward to. To me it feels like a 5 minute souped-up facial massage that lifts features noticeably after just a few uses. And, after using the device for about a month now, I can honestly say it has helped improve the tone of my facial contours - giving the appearance of more defined cheekbones and taught jawline. Although it's a slight change, it's something I notice in photos which has kept me using the device religiously, and I can definitely notice a more glowing complexion thanks to the manual movements made with the device. Unfortunately, I can't speak much to wrinkles, but in terms of smoothing out fine lines - I have noticed it aids in tightening my laugh lines. I'll take it...

Would you consider trying the Nuface, or have you already? 

*pr samples included.

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