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You can cancel your next Botox appointment because NuFace’s fall Prime Day deals will have your skin looking radiant and smooth at home. Used by stars like Jennifer Aniston, Miranda Kerr and Kate Hudson, and a favorite among beauty insiders, the award-winning brand is offering more than 30 percent off its best-selling microcurrent devices, skin care and more.
NuFace’s tools use microcurrents and hydrating serums to reduce fine lines around your eyes, brows, and lips, and the brand touts a “5-Minute Facial-Lift” loved by enthusiastic reviewers on Amazon. “I am floored by the results. The ’11’s’ on my forehead are at least 50 percent less deep and look like I used Botox again,” one customer shared.
Experts agree that microcurrent devices can help reduce fine lines and stimulate collagen.
“Microcurrent is a proven way to effectively support tissue to more optimal functionality, without triggering a healing response,” Hollywood-beloved facialist Sadie Adams previously shared. The Hollywood Reporter.
Licensed Esthetician Graceanne Svendsen, LE, CME, at Shafer Plastic Surgery and Laser Center told Healthline“Microcurrent machines in facial aesthetic applications are used to ‘train’ and stimulate the muscles of the face collagenand firm the appearance of the skin. Microcurrent uses low-voltage electricity to stimulate muscle growth, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) cells, and collagen development in the dermis of the face.
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Whether you’re looking for your very first NuFace kit or just want to top up on your favorite serums or activators, it’s all heavily discounted right now. You can save hundreds by shopping the NuFace Prime Day deals. But don’t wait too long before checking out: these discounts end on October 11.
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