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fascia facial device or microcurrent device?
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Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:13 pm      Reply with quote
What is the difference between a fascia device or a microcurrent device? I was thinking about getting a faceblaster. The results online look pretty good.

Does anyone have any idea? Or maybe, they've tried both? Would love to know.
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Tue Feb 19, 2019 3:18 am      Reply with quote
Please do your research on the Faceblaster (and look on EDS). Not everyone has had good results and the support is somewhat limited. There was a whole discussion a while back here about it and I got the distinct impression it wasnít actually a good thing.
Now microcurrent usings electrics to stimulate the muscles and skim, whereas fascia (and Iím still not sure about this) is like the cushioning that sits on top of the muscles and runs throughout the body. So its kind of like the tablecloth on a table. When the tablecloth becomes tight and restricted, the tissue underneath gets squashed. So the fascia devices (faceblaster, amna etc) all are supposed to loosen it up and destress the skin and fat.

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What is the difference between a fascia device or a microcurrent device? I was thinking about getting a faceblaster. The results online look pretty good.

Like most things, it depends where you are starting from (i.e. sun damage, major sag) and what your goals are etc. Microcurrent has a lot of followers, and there are a range of devices out there.

Does anyone have any idea? Or maybe, they've tried both? Would love to know.
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