I always considered myself extremely lucky to come from a family with good skin genes until recently when I noticed my pores and wrinkles were taking a hit from city smog, everyday stress, and a number of other external factors I had little control over. After work, I would often come home and poke, prod, and pull my face in the mirror in hopes that the lines would magically disappear. So when I was asked to do a review on an anti aging device, I jumped at the opportunity. I was a stress ball with a pizza face. I wish I were joking and am slightly embarrassed to admit this to the world wide web but it happens. I practically ripped into the package from FaceFX when it arrived on my doorstep.
I did have one concern though: I have always been plagued with sensitive skin. I’ve had to change skin care products so many times because of allergies and sensitivities and I was worried this would cause a major breakout. But I was reassured that this product was extremely safe to use and effective so I gave it a go.
I followed the directions carefully and started using it about three weeks ago. Parked on the couch with a glass of wine by my side, I turned on the Millionaire Matchmaker while gently massaging my face in circular motions, happy to have an at-home treatment that promised results in just a few weeks.
And it worked. I soon noticed that my pores and wrinkles were less noticeable. Goodbye pizza face!
FaceFX is a new and revolutionary hand-held device that uses Home Fractional Technology to stimulate the multiple layers of skin with heat and light energy. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a more youthful appearance and as a cheaper alternative to spa and laser treatments, because who can afford that? The ease of use and convenience of doing this from the comfort of my own home in pajamas were other major selling points for me.
And because you know how much I love to vlog (HA!), here is a little testimonial to this anti aging treatment from your truly.
I received a complimentary FaceFX device courtesy of Silk’n in exchange for this review. All opinions expressed herein are entirely my own. This post was sponsored by Silk’n.