Sunday, 21 June 2015

Is This $500 Device the Secret to Jennifer Aniston's Glow?

Is This $500 Device the Secret to Jennifer Aniston's Glow?

We're torn when it comes to at-home facial devices. On one hand, we enjoy the convenience of a spa-like treatment in the comfort of our own home. On the other hand, they never quite seem to deliver the same results we usually expect after a facial. (Which isn't surprising, since many of the devices used in an estheticians' office aren't FDA-approved for at-home use.) But this week, PureWow[1] reports on a very intriguing device called the ZIIP[2] that uses nano current technology—think micro-current, but even more potent—to deliver electrical currents into your skin and kick-start collagen and elastin production. Another cool aspect: the device syncs with an app that  you download on your phone, so you can personalize your treatment each time. Created by A-list esthetician Melanie Simon—whose clients include a certain Ms. Aniston—the nano current technology was previously only available in her buzzed-about in-office treatments. At $495 for the machine and $129 for 18 vials of her Golden Conductive Gel Treatment, it's definitely not cheap—in fact, we feel anxiety even thinking about dropping that much at once on a buzzy new device. But Simon's electro-current facials usually fall between $700 and $800—so if you think about it that way, it might just be a a worthy investment. At the very least, it's more motivation to kick our late night online shopping habit (maybe). 

Shop the one crucial step your anti-aging skincare routine is missing[3] here.

What do you think—would you invest in an at-home facial device that used the latest nano technology? Sound off below, and head over to PureWow to read the full story![4]


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