Performing at-home skin care treatments with a NuFACE micro current device gives consumers control over when and where they perform their daily anti-aging regimen. When consumers can create their own regimen, this may save them time and money. NuFACE is designed to lift and tone sagging skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with micro currents, just as devices used in spas do. There are several different attachments available for this device, all of which are meant to work different areas of the face. Hence, you may wonder which ones are necessary for you own individual skin type. Before you purchase available attachments for your NuFACE device, you may want to consider how each one works and whether it is necessary to perform them all on a daily basis, based on the results you want to achieve.
NuFACE Wrinkle Reducer Attachment
While the basic NuFACE attachment is designed to lift sagging skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, the wrinkle reducer attachment is designed to enhance everyday treatment by adding LED and infrared light therapy, according to the manufacturer.
LED light therapy is a popular wrinkle treatment in many medical spas, as the red light that is emitted by these lights is believed to positively affect the skin’s elastin and boost elastin production in some studies. The NuFACE attachment emits the same LED light when affixed to the main unit, along with other light spectrum therapy. The wrinkle reducer treatment takes twenty minutes a day, five days a week, and it may take up to two months for results to appear.
This regimen may be a good choice for you if you want to specifically target fine lines and wrinkles and use a topical retinol cream on a daily basis, as the treatments may enhance a cream or serum’s effects The NuFACE wrinkle reducer attachment retails for about $150.
NuFACE ELE Attachment
The NuFACE ELE attachment is designed to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet, smile lines, and upper lip wrinkles. This attachment delivers microcurrents into these areas where it might be otherwise dangerous to use strong topical creams, especially when it comes to treating the eye area.
The NuFACE ELE attachment does not emit any kind of LED or infrared light and uses microcurrents only. The treatment with this attachment takes about eight minutes a day, five days a week, and it may take up to sixty days before you see visible results.
Once you reach the sixty day mark, you can reduce treatments to two or three days a week, and the manufacturer recommends that you continue treatments at least a few times a week to maintain any results gained from the use of the attachment. The NuFACE ELE attachment can be purchased on the company website and costs about $150.
NuFACE Gels and Serums
NuFACE also offers a small variety of gels, primers, and serums to improve the performance of certain regimens that you can perform with the device. The lineup includes a primer, which is designed to improve conductivity; a copper peptide collage booster, which is formulated to improve skin tone and boost the production of healthy collagen in the skin; and two serums that are meant to nourish and lift the skin. The nourisher is formulated to protect the skin against environmental damage, while the lifter helps to firm sagging skin, reduce acne scars, and improve skin tone, according to the manufacturer.
While these gels and serums may be a beneficial addition to your NuFACE skin care regimen, it is wise to peruse the ingredient list for each before making a purchase to lower the risk of allergic reaction and to keep your skin healthy while usin