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Home-use Devices

This is my pick of the beauty devices that you can use at home. They offer gentler versions of the same technology that you will find in salon and clinic treatments, from laser to radiofrequency. Which one might suit you? Take a look.

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Dermalux Flex MD

Alice says “I tried the Dermalux Flex at home during lockdown in spring 2020. I used it 4-5 times a week for 3 months and had detailed…

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FOREO LUNA 3 Facial Cleansing Brush

This latest cleansing brush is brilliant. Using vibration and its soft silicone ‘bristles’, it gently shifts dirt, oil and makeup off…

NuFACE Fix Line Smoothing Device

A good quick fix for fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, lips and forehead – hence the name. In addition I have found it good both…

NuFACE Mini Facial Toning Device

This is the little sister to the NuFace Trinity device and it too improves facial contours by toning and tightening facial muscles using…

NuFACE Trinity Facial Toning Device

This device improves facial contours by toning and tightening facial muscles using low-level electrical microcurrents. The NuFace devices…

PMD Kiss lip plumping system

This compact device uses a pulsating vacuum to apply a suction force to your lips, which makes them swell. A kinder, electronic version of…

Sensica Sensilift

This innovative anti-ageing device uses radiofrequency energy with an added massaging motion to firm and tighten the skin and soften the…

Smoothskin Pure

This powerful little device enables you to zap hair on your legs, underarms, bikini line - and your face too. You can - really quickly and…

TriPollar STOP Facial Skin Renewal

A neat little device which will firm and tighten the skin in 8 weeks if used for 20 minutes a time 2-3 times a week. It achieves this –…

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