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Skin care devices are better than ever

Posted On: - 2014-02-23 12:46:26

“In our area of southern California, so many people seek the help of a top San Diego plastic surgeon for cosmetic procedures,” said the spokesperson at Skin Care Heaven, an e-commerce store and skin research center in San Diego. “But with the manufacturing of at-home skin care devices, some types of skin rejuvenation have been taken to a whole new level.”

According to the spokesperson the most sought after at-home skin care devices is the following:

Clarisonic Sonic Cleaning

The Clarisonic Cleansing System, particularly, the Clarisonic Mia, offers a variety of brushes which helps improve skin tone, smooth out fine lines, and lessen pore size.


Micro-current technology invigorates muscles underneath the skin which provides anti-aging perks. Users of NuFACE, an at-home technology, noticed these improvements:

Better skin tone

Subtle lift and more definition around the cheekbones

Subtle lift around the brow area

More defined jawline


LED Light Therapy remains one of the leading procedures to treat premature skin aging. LightStim which is FDA cleared, is a pain-free and simple-to-use handheld device. Its amber, red and infrared LED light is the secret of its success. It helps boost collagen and elastin for more youthful skin, while treating wrinkles and encouraging an even skin tone.

“These skin care devices are wonderful for people who are in their 30s, 40s, and even 50s,” said the spokesperson. “They help rejuvenate the skin with no downtime – it’s truly the best of both worlds.”

The Best Anti-Aging Skin Care Devices