We’ve written extensively about the benefits of microcurrent facials — for stimulating collagen and preventing the sagging that’s inevitable with gravity — and those benefits are actually achievable at home with this travel-friendly toning device. One dermatologist told us that the NuFace is the at-home microcurrent device “that I think you can get really good results from, if you’re consistent with the treatment.” It’s so effective, in fact, that “if you think you need Botox, you can start using this gadget instead,” says celebrity aesthetician Taylor Worden. It’s also been recommended to us by our go-to beauty guru Rio Viera-Newton and actress Lana Condor, who told us, “it kind of shocks me awake — that’s what I love about it.”
And now through Sunday, June 19, you can get the mini-NuFace — along with a serum-crème that actually conducts microcurrent from the device to your facial muscles, a peptide serum to use after, and a travel case, so you can take it on all your summer trips — for less than the price of the device alone.
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