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NuFace Trinity vs Nu Skin Galvanic Spa

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wolfmama
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Fri Aug 31, 2012 8:29 am      Reply with quote
Is anyone using both of these devices? If so can you tell me the difference and what you think are the pros and cons of each? Is Galvanic better for cleaning rather than toning whereas Microcurrent is better at toning. From my research that is what I gathered but would love to hear from others who have used both. Thanks!
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Wed Jan 03, 2018 7:28 am      Reply with quote
I have used the NuSkin Galvanic Spa since it was introduced. I have used it in conjunction with the FaceMaster, and I was pleased with the results. The downside was the time it took. The FaceMaster, which I have used for 18 years, takes 25 minutes and you must use special end caps and conductive solution. Too much time! The NuSkin spa takes about 10 minutes, but it's messy, and you have to rinse in-between 1st and 2nd mode, and the conductive gel is thick and has to be thinned with a hyaluronic spray. I have just started using NuFace. It takes far less time and isn't messy! I don't have to rinse. I think it is better for toning, and for special events, I FOLLOW it with the NuSkin spa. The results are great! And I interchange the conductive solutions and sprays.
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Sun Feb 11, 2018 6:56 am      Reply with quote
I am a happy NuFace user Smile
Microcurrents and galvanic are different technologies, difference is in both current strength and impulse shape.
In terms of effect, galvanic is stimulating muscles to contract and like that influences muscles and microcurrents stimulate ATP production, that leads to more collagen and elastin over time and also stimulates muscles. So, both help facial muscles, but microcurrent ones help skin too Smile
I found galvanic devices harder to use because one needs to apply the probes to the right points (at least that was my problem with gadgets I tried) and with microcurrent you sort of glide following instructions from the manufacturer (there are also microcurrent devices where you need to hit the right spots).
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