Meet Your Microcurrent Products
When the time comes to achieve that spa-like experience in your home, you need to find the right devices and products that fit your specific skin concerns. Depending on which area you want to target, you can determine the device or attachment you might need. For instance, if you want to stimulate the larger surface areas of the face, you’ll likely want a microcurrent face lift device like the NuFACE Trinity® Facial Toning Device. You may also want to focus on delicate areas around your lips and eyes, diminishing the look of fine lines and wrinkles like smile lines, 11s, and crow’s feet—in this instance, you would reach for the Effective Lip & Eye Attachment with your Trinity® Device for a more targeted treatment.
In short, start by deciding which areas you want to focus your microcurrent facial lift on, and go from there!
So, let’s see what products you’re going to need to complete an at-home microcurrent facial lift:
CLEANSER. You can use an oil-free cleanser or cleansing cloth.
ACTIVATOR. It’s important to have the correct conducting gel to carry the microcurrent down to the facial muscles where you need it most. Without this specific product, microcurrent bounces off the skin without delivering the benefits deep down to the facial muscles and improving your appearance. So basically, without an activator your treatment doesn’t do the trick.
DEVICE OR ATTACHMENT. Power on your fave NuFACE® Device like the Mini or Trinity® and glide your way to an ageless appearance in as little as 5 minutes. Want to go a step further? Attach the Trinity® Wrinkle Reducer for LED light therapy or Effective Lip & Eye Attachment and really go pro.
FINISH YOUR ROUTINE After your microcurrent facial, complete your regular skincare routine by applying your facial serums, moisturizer, eye cream, and (most importantly!) SPF.
PRO TIP: Wait on Using Retinol
You should always avoid using retinol the night before your microcurrent facial. Retinol stays in the skin and when microcurrent is used, it pushes the retinol into the skin further, causing possible irritation after the treatment—in the form of redness or puffiness the next day.