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Is NuFace Trinity Pro use with a few broken capillaries OK?

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Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:10 pm      Reply with quote
Hi,
I was hoping someone here could help with this as I have very little knowledge of facial toning devices. I recently purchased a NuFace Trinity Pro, hoping to rejuvenate my complexion a little. I have very mild rosacea which includes a few broken capillaries in my cheeks. I first read that the NuFace can help with rosacea and was initially hopeful, but now am a little apprehensive about the rosacea possibly worsening after reading it can also aggravate areas with broken capillaries.
With this being said, would you suggest I discontinue use of the toner on my face? And if not, should I not be too concerned about the broken capillaries or should I be sure to avoid getting remotely close to them with the toner?
Thanks very much to anyone who can help.

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Sun Feb 11, 2018 6:48 am      Reply with quote
I have facial redness and am using NuFace. My experience is that NuFace can make redness more pronounced so I use more gel in the areas prone to redness and I use rosehip oil after NuFace because it calms the redness for me and I like NuFace results too much to skip it.
I decided to try it because I am not aware of a single thing that doesn't exacerbate redness - face massage, exercise, gadgets...
I am no expert so can't really make any definitive recommendations. As always, it is best to listen to ones own face.
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Sat Mar 10, 2018 11:43 am      Reply with quote
I have no idea. I did hear that you should not use it by your thyroid if you have a thyroid disease.
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