Stay Pretty, Longer with These At Home Face Lift Tools

Stay Pretty, Longer with These At Home Face Lift Tools

Retain your pretty and youthful appearance long into the future, like 37 year-old former model and one of the stars of About Last NightJoy Bryant by using one of these cost-saving miracle at home face lift tools from Silk’n, Myotone, Tria and Foreo.

Pump Up Sagging Facial Features

Silk’n FaceFX Anti-Aging ($149, silkn.com) combines red light therapy and deep thermal heating to pump up collagen production so you get radiant-looking skin for years to come. For the money, the results are incredible: smoother skin, brightened skin color, minimizes the appearance of wrinkles and pores.

Target Problem Areas

As this post was being written, the Myotone Facial Toning System  ($279.99, myotone.com) was working to keep my own pretty in check. Myotone rejuvenates your skin by using microcurrent impulses on strategic points of the face – in my case, the cheekbones and jawlines, so they don’t droop sooner than later, to increase hydration levels, circulation and supplies skin with oxygen to clarify and brighten it.

Dump Your Dermatologist

Skip the medical co-pay and defy age on your own time with the Tria Age-Defying Laser ($495, triabeauty.com). In as little 14 days, you’ll see a more refreshed you because Tria uses penetrating beams of light to rebuild the collagen we so need to keep wrinkles away. Worth every freakin’ penny. 

For Sensitive and Normal Skin

Be on trend this Spring with the baby blue and soft pink hues of the Foreo LUNA™  ($199, sephora.com) tool which is ideal for women with sensitive or normal skin. Known as ‘the beauty device that does it all,’  according to beauty addicts like me and soon-to-be you, Foreo:

  • Gently cleanses away dirt while it unclogs pores.
  • The low-frequency pulsations target wrinkle-prone areas, while each treatment leaves skin feeling more firm with a healthy glow.
  • It’s non-abrasive, smooth silicone touch-points surface don’t irritate sensitive or acne-prone ski or harbor bacteria.

Hue Knew it? I did.

 


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