Does the NuFACE Trinity Really Work?


Does the NuFACE Trinity work?The NuFACE Trinity is a skin restoration device, which helps take care of aging problems in both men and women. The device has been cleared by the FDA as it has been deemed to have no adverse effects on those that use it. But what do users really think about the results they’re getting, and is the technology behind this legit?

Overview
If you’re tired of turning to creams, lotions, and pills to try to reverse the effects of time on your skin, there are plenty of new gadgets hitting the market that say they can turn things around for you. This one promises to stimulate the layers of skin below the surface using what they call “microcurrent technology”. The end result is that you should be able to have skin that is more firm, without having to have an invasive procedure performed, and without any side effects.

The Claim
The makers of the NuFACE Trinity claim their device works by removing all the skin blemishes that come with time, which includes things like cellulite and wrinkles. It uses a certain controlled wavelength whose main work is to sense the type of skin, then switch to repairing mode, and can only be used on the face for a facial therapy treatment akin to what you’d get in a spa. It comes with changeable heads, which makes it efficient and effective for the user, as they can change the heads whenever they feel like.

The Appeal
Creams with mercury as an active ingredient dissolve the melanin available on the surface of the skin, leaving it vulnerable to the adverse effects of the sun. This means that anyone using these products cannot stay for long under direct sunlight, for the sun’s rays will hurt the skin, causing it to redden, and potentially leading to bigger problems like skin cancer. The NuFACE Trinity claims to solve this, as it does not interfere with the body’s natural working environment, especially in regards to melanin. This is the number one factor that makes many people want to use NuFACE Trinity to handle their aging problems.

The Cost
The list price for the NuFACE Trinity is $325, which may sound like a large number, but when you compare it to repeated visits to the spa, or surgical procedures to try and lift the face, it doesn’t seem so unreasonable. It comes with a rechargeable battery, and should provide many uses over its lifetime. So while it is a larger upfront cost, when you consider the month-to-month costs of using anti-aging creams, or seeing a plastic surgeon on an annual basis, it becomes a bit more economical to go this route.

Evaluation
The NuFACE Trinity looks pretty futuristic, and it’s supposed to be using technology that sends microcurrents into the skin. While it’s hard to pin down exactly what they mean by this, and what it’s doing for your skin, real world users have braved this device and have come back to report that it does a pretty good job. Overall the feedback on this is pretty promising, and while there’s definitely no guarantee that it will work for everyone, and for every skin condition, there’s some social proof that it does provide results.

The price tag is one thing that users have had to come to terms with, but what we’re seeing is that even those that complain about the price still say that it’s worth it for the results it gets. What’s interesting to not is that this is a system that you’ll feel working before you see the visible results on the surface. Since it is working below the skin, and not on it like a cream, you can actually feel it doing something, and over time you’ll start to notice the wrinkles, and your appearance, improving.

Pros

  • Effective and gives reasonable results – this device helps lift the skin, enabling the facial muscles and skin to be firmer, thus getting rid of wrinkles. You will need about two or three uses to notice a difference.
  • Cost effective – the device comes at a price slightly less than $300 which is reasonable enough for the results it promises. It also comes with interchangeable heads which makes it even cheaper.
  • No side effects – This device uses electric wavelengths to handle aging skin. This has little to no side effects on the user.
  • Battery operated – this helps save on replacement batteries as the battery is rechargeable

Cons

  • High commitment levels – You’ll have to use this for the long-term to get the best results, unlike a surgical procedure that provides lasting benefits after just one visit.

Final NuFACE Trinity Review

The NuFACE Trinity is a well-designed anti-aging device to use especially if you want to hide a few signs of aging on your face. The good thing with this is that it does not introduce any chemicals into the body, hence it has very few side effects, and earns our Solid Try Rating.

Our Recommendation
There’s nothing saying you can’t use this along with your favorite anti-aging cream. The one-two combination should do well for your skin, attacking the problem from all angles. When it comes to battling time you need all of the weapons you can summon, because it’s unrelenting. Adding this to your daily skin care regimen seems to make sense, and the higher price can be rationalized since it’s a one-off expense for your overall appearance and confidence.

What do you think? Does the NuFACE Trinity work or not?


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Mallory B March 2, 2013 at 9:46 am

The price is crazy expensive, but I admit I’m really tempted to get one. It’s one of those things that won’t work on everyone, so paying over 300 dollars just to give it a try is a risky proposition. But people are seeing good results and if it does work, then it’ll be worth every penny! What to do.. what to do..

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T. April 2, 2013 at 2:37 pm

QVC sells it for less than $300 and you get 90 days trial!! If you don’t like it you can always return it before the 90 day trial ends!! :-)

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