We Try You Buy: FaceGym Pro

We Try You Buy: FaceGym Pro

Rating

5 out of 5
Packaging
1 out of 5
Effectiveness
1 out of 5
Value for money

Total

2.3
2.3 out of 5

Overview

  • Pros:

    FaceGym is a super compact device which can easily be store anywhere in the house or taken away on business trips or holidays in a carry on.

    The battery life is long after it has been fully charged. Well I assume it’s long, as have been using it for a week daily in 10 minute sessions and it is still on good form.
    It is fun to use and the sensation one gets on there is nothing you would have experienced before. It is as if you’re receiving tiny resuscitation type electricity currents running through your skin. Fun.

  • Cons:

    Very expensive, and needs additional products to wok to its full effect, like the FaceGym Pro Activator Gel (£25.00)
    After using it for a week religiously (and I agree, it is a short period of time), I have noticed no difference (unlike after having a good facial)
    It gets boring after a while, like with every new toy, so you kind of end up with an expensive device depreciating in your drawer.

  • Conclusion:

    It is a fun device to use and maybe after using it daily for a month there could be noticeable difference in my face contouring. Overall, I think it is very expensive for what it is and a little too high maintenance, with all the activator creams and storage cases etc.

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FaceGym Pro

Price: £399.00
Stockists: facegym.com, Selfridges & Harrods
They say: You wouldn’t think twice about booking a Barre or Pilates class to tone your body, so why think differently about the face? This twist on a facial is geared towards the 40+ muscles from the neck up and the results are serious. The ultimate natural face lift that uses vigorous knuckling movements and high energy whipping strokes to stimulate blood circulations, collagen production and cell renewal to lift, tone and tighten the face.

We say: This week reviewed the FaceGym Pro facial toning device. FaceGym is a non-invasive facial workout which promises to exercise the muscles in your face and jawline, and by doing so toning it, without having to book in for lunch-time plasti at Harley Street.

FaceGym set up shop first at Selfridges and more recently on the Kings Road in Chelsea and aside from being a one stop shop for all facial pilates or TRX, it has a range of take home products which you can use at your own leisure.

 

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One of their products is FaceGym Pro retailing at a whooping £399.00. After having an initial session to actually find out what FaceGym is, getting a Pro device to take home seemed natural. The device is like a personal trainer for your face and its technology has been advanced to suit any skin type.

FaceGym Pro has three settings and it is advised to increase the current as you move through your 10 minute daily session – five minutes on each side. The trick is to use the device as if you would a contouring brush and highlight the areas you would when contouring. Upwards motions from the jaw like to the top of the cheekbone, along the jawline towards ears and along the eyelid are the recommended work outs.

The tiny electric currents sent around your face whilst performing the exercises are believed to tone your face without any invasive procedures or a use of a good man up artist. One must use either a FaceGym Pro activator gel, serum or water for the ‘electricity’ to react with the skin and actually send the current through.

The FaceGym Pro package includes the device itself, 100ml activator gel, UK adaptor, USB cable and User manual. You can purchase a FaceGym neoprene case to keep your face-friend safe either at home or for travelling.

 

Buy or Bye

Bye

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FaceGym Pro, £399.00 (each) FACEGYM at harrods.com

 

Categories: Beauty, Beauty Features

About Author

Maria Litsmann

A girl about London Town, living the not so glamours life of a personal shopper. Specialising in menswear. Saving the world one better dressed gentleman at a time. My MAC and iPhone are with me at all times, and as a true millennial avo on toast are a fave.

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