Mini Clareblend Review: Does microcurrent have to hurt to work (get results?)



Does microcurrent have to hurt to work (get results?)

When I first got my MINI, I didn't get zapped.

This crap thing doesn't work, I thought.

Until I kept at it, did my face, and looked in the mirror.

I could literally see and feel firming, toning and lifting.

Say what, now?

It doesn't zap me and it actually works?

I'd heard good things.

I'd done my homework and bought it.

But no zap?

None at all?

That can't be right.

Yet, I continue to use this little tool, get results and feel nothing...but pleased.

I do still use my NuFace Mini.

I like it.

I like that it's cordless (take note Clareblend).

However, the other day I used it and while I had my entire face prepped with conductor, I didn't put any on my nose. Obviously.

And I accidentally touched the NuFace to my nose edge.

OWWW!

Zap city.

So, although I still  use it now and then, I almost always plug in the
MINI and use it.

I prefer no zap to zaps.

Just me.

Also, I continue to enjoy the fact that it really lets me target my eyes, lips and under the cheekbones better than the NuFace.

Those probes are so large they cannot really get under the muscle, where microcurrent really works best.

Yes, it firms and tones.

Yes, it'a also more pricey and far more prettily designed.

But it's not superior.

In my opinion, as a licensed skincare professional, it's just not.



Making the decision on which home microcurrent to use can be confusing.


~This one is popular, available on amazon and also one of the shopping channels.
~This one is European (so it must be better, right?)
~This one is more expensive.
~This one is less.


It's frustrating!


For targeting your eyes, without purchasing an add-on component, the Clareblend really works well.

How long does a treatment last?

Generally, any microcurrent treatment will last a couple/few days. Usually 2, 3 maximum. So doing a treatment every couple of days is great.

The treatment results are cumulative albeit temporary.

What does that mean?

It mean that your results will build slightly each time so you'll get a more toned appearance. But...just like going the gym, you must do it consistently to keep up those tones muscles.

Think about it, why would muscles in your face be different than muscles in your body?

They aren't!


More questions?

If you have questions about microcurrent and machines, pop me an email and 
I'm happy to answer.


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