Facial sculpting is the new facelift, but even better—it’s at home and the results are immediate. Here are the tools you need to refine, firm, and tone your face, neck, anddécolletage.
ByAnnie DavidsononMarch 13, 2020
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Lymphatic drainage seems to be thebeauty-wellness industrybuzz-phrase as of late. It’s a therapeutic massage treatment that encourages the natural drainage of the lymph, which carries waste products away from tissues and back toward the heart, by using long, rhythmic strokes. Otherwise, you’re left with puffiness, fluid retention, and swelling—especially and unfortunately, in your face.
Thankfully,there’s a tool for everythingnowadays. Some have been around for centuries—like those inspired by ancient Chinese healing techniques, such as jade rollers and the Gua Sha stones (which are used to scrape the face for radiant skin). While others are looking forward to the future, incorporating the latest technological advancements like nano- and micro-currents, and phone app connectivity.
From La Prairie’s latest White Caviar Eye Extraordinaire which introduces a revolutionary pearl applicator to high-tech, electrical current-infused ZIIP devices that fit in the palm of your hand, there’s a solution for every skincare problem—be it laugh lines (nasolabial folds), crow’s feet (eye wrinkles), jawlines, the elevens (vertical lines between the eyebrows), or an aged orsun-damageddécolletage. All of these at-home devices are travel-friendly (they fit in the palm of your hand) and effective (just five minutes a day keeps the wrinkles away). Here are the sculpting devices you need to incorporate into your regular skincare maintenance routine.
ZIIP GX Device
An at-home device, developed by Melanie Simon, ZIIP is a revolutionary product that uses three different currents to target specific areas of the face and neck. The gentle nanocurrent, in particular, increases ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a molecule that declines with age, and encourages the skin to the skin to produce collagen and elastin.