Top Dermatologist Recommends This Device to Patients for Treating Wrinkles at Home

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Looking for an at-home option to tackle wrinkles and fine lines? Board-certified cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Shereene Idriss shares the treatment she recommends to her patients.  

"NuFACE is something that I recommend for people to have at home if going into the office to get treatments is not for them," says Dr. Idriss. 

NuFACE Trinity Facial Toning Device + Wrinkle Reducer Attachment Bundle

NuFACE Trinity Facial Toning Device + Wrinkle Reducer Attachment Bundle


"It's a noninvasive treatment that emits low-level microcurrents that send gentle waves through the skin to the facial muscles underneath. It mimics the body's natural current to address a variety of skin concerns, such as fine lines and wrinkles," she adds.    

"These microcurrents of electrical energy stimulate your cells' metabolism, which can then, in turn, increase production of collagen, elastin, and overall energy in your cells. It's these compounds that can help tighten and strengthen our skin. especially as natural production of these compounds decreases with age," the doctor explains.  

Dr. Shereen Idriss also shares her favorite needle-free anti-aging alternatives to Botox and the best budget-friendly skincare products that will help you start “aging backwards.”  

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