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Let’s face it, we’ve all woken up in the morning and been like “WTF happened to my face!?” I know I have at least. Whether it’s the sodium from the sushi I ate the night before, or if I had one too many espresso martinis at dinner, the puffiness in my face shows all the evidence.
I’ve tried ice rollers, gua sha tools, and everything you can think of to get my face back to its more chiseled natural state. And as I’m itching closer to my 30s, anti-aging tools and treatments have peaked my interest. That’s why I love the NuFACE Trinity Facial Sculpting Device.
It feels like a new and buzzy beauty product drops every second—literally. But, there are a few superstars that tend to stand out from the crowd, and this is one of them. Let me be clear—it’s not new. But it’s gained tons of popularity thanks to TikTok for its firming and lifting powers.
The NuFACE is a microcurrent-powered tool that lifts, contours, and can even help improve your overall skin tone. All you have to do is apply the hydrating gel that comes with the device and get to sculpting. The NuFACE operates on three different intensity levels, and while it’s not painful, you can feel it doing its thing to get you snatched.
The brand suggests using it five days a week for the first 60 days for at least five to 20 minutes on each area you want to focus on. After that time’s up, you can cut down to two to three times per week. So, whether you want to get Bella Hadid level cheekbones, a jawline sharper than a knife, or a tighter neck after all that texting and scrolling you’ve been doing, it can help.
And, don’t get me wrong, I love getting a little Botox here and there, but having a daily maintenance tool on hand is the icing on the cake. For extra firming power, you can also add in the NuFACE Silk Creme Activator, as a post-sculpting session moisturizer. Since NuFACE has updated the Trinity in the past, we’re sure that this won’t be the last version we see of it either.
It’ll cost you a pretty penny, though. The kit including the device, primer, charger, and holding stand retails for $339 on Amazon. But, compared to the price of injectables, which can cost you an upwards of $1,000, we’d say it’s worth it.
So, instead of freaking out the next time (or first time!) you spot a wrinkle or crease on your forehead, under eye area, or around your mouth, consider easing those nerves with the contouring powers of the NuFACE Trinity. It’ll get you looking like a newborn in just two months time.