Soon, beat wrinkles with 'Walkman-like' device
Skin gurus StriVectin will soon launch a device, which looks like a walkman, and will help people erase their wrinkles.
This contraption promises to help decrease the signs of wrinkles, based on medial machines that have helped victims of facial trauma, Metro.co.uk reported.
Users have to wear the facial toner on their face as it delivers currents through their skin via the gel pads, which rest against the cheeks. It has been approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
It claimed to be different from its competitors because it directly targets facial nerves and muscles, utilising 30 milliamps, which would be equivalent to 30,000 microamps instead of just increasing blood flow.
(Posted on 27-08-2014)