Look, do I love my kids? 1000% But as a tired mama of two sons, boy am I aging quickly! Getting older I was expecting to see more fine lines and wrinkles. But one thing even worse than wrinkles I wasn't ready for? Sagging skin.
I first noticed the skin around my jawline start to sag about 6 months ago. Once I saw it I couldn’t unsee it and it was beginning to really take a toll on my self-confidence.
I started to hate waking up and getting ready in the morning. I’d look in the mirror right after washing my face and from every angle in disbelief. My jawline and cheeks had lost so much definition! My skin felt dull and neglected.
No amount of makeup could hide my low self-esteem. I was beginning to lose hope I’d ever find a solution until I texted my bestie who’s an aesthetician…
“The sagging skin on your jawline are called jowls.” she said. “But don’t worry, you’ve got a few options.”.
I breathed a sigh of relief.
“The first option is to get a neck lift. This will definitely tighten up your jowls and you’ll see a massive difference. But, they are quite invasive and they can cost anywhere from $250-$500 per session”.
“Are you for real?” I said. “Is there anything else I can try?”
She continued, “Well, this brand new device has been going viral in the skincare world. I overheard a few of my clients talk about it. It’s called the Jowls Buddy by this startup skincare company Nutriskin...”
She told me it’s a facial toning device that tightens sagging skin on the jawline. She said it uses microcurrent technology which has been around since the 1970s and is often called the “non-invasive face lift”.
She added that it’s completely hands-free and designed to sit right on the jawline. Exactly what I needed!
She sent me the link and I ordered one straight away. A couple of weeks later it arrived.
I put it on my head and around my jawline as the instructions said and turned it on. I instantly felt the toning powers of the device.
It felt like a mini-workout for my face! For the next 5 minutes, I could feel the microcurrent working its magic on my facial muscles. When the treatment was over I stood in front of the mirror and took the device off.
“No freaking way!” I exclaimed. I could see and feel that my skin had tightened up after literally the first treatment. My jawline felt way more toned. There was a visual improvement that was subtle but still noticeable.
I texted my aesthetician bestie right away. “It works! The Jowls Buddy works!” I said.
"Does it look silly on my face? Yeah... but SO WHAT. I love the results I've seen from this. yes, for me i like the strongest setting, but i had my mom try it and it felt too strong. also, i noticed more improvement when using it for about 10-15 minutes. if you're not into facials and med spas and just want to be able to treat jowls while watching netflix, BUY this!"
"I've been using it for a few weeks and I love the results already! I can see why this went viral. I'm much happier treating at home than going to the med spa (which are fairly expensive in my area). happy with my purchase and would recommend to anyone!"
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