The Unusual Skin Care Device That Gives You Razor-Sharp Cheekbones

Unless you’re naturally blessed with ultra-defined cheekbones like Kate Moss, Jennifer Lopez or Angelina Jolie, you’ve probably already tried to enhance your bone structure using a few contouring tricks here and there. While makeup can obviously do wonders for improving one’s bone structure, that’s not the only option you have when it comes to sharpening your features.

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Enter: The Nu Skin Facial Spa ($480), an at-home device that uses microcurrent technology to stimulate and tone skin. All it takes is 10 minutes of running the device along the curves of your face for the microcurrent to contour and stimulate your skin for an overall improved appearance. Once the full facial treatment is finished, tighter, more lifted-looking skin is revealed.

So, if cheekbones that pop are what you're after, try a device that uses microcurrents to give you that extra oomph. Not only will your skin look more vibrant afterward, but you'll also get that sought-after, contoured look that's usually only achievable with makeup. Talk about a win-win!

3 Comments
  • Lori
    Posted on

    I bought the original Nuface. I used it for 2 weeks and it quit working. Sent it back and exchanged it for another Nuface. Used it a week and it also quit working.

  • Abby
    Posted on

    I used a microcurrent device (not this specific one) for about 6 months but although it made my skin brighter, I didn't see any 'lift' at all. Zero. I don't think the current goes deep enough, it just buzzes the surface. Anyway, I tried a lot of different things before going on to face exercises (Faceworks) and the results are really dramatic - my skin looks tons better and I have the lift I wanted all over my face.

  • Kim Ann
    Posted on

    Do you have any photos of her left side before?

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