Has anyone us the Silkn FaceFX
Have you used this? For how long? What results have you seen? What serum did you use with it? Would you recommend this? Thanks so much ahead of time 🙂
There are many good devices out there. Brand is a matter of preference. What you really want to look at is the wavelength of the device.This device has a wavelenght of 645 nm (nanometers). The professional ones I used on self and others had a wavelenght of 650 nm. But they have a life of about 10 years mine died. I can say results last about 6 months after you stop use. Than a mad scramble to get another one. Professional ones are to costly for me right now. Funny thing about good results you take them for granted. Till others ask you are you feeling well you look tired. Nope its old age reverting to self. I should have expressed it.:womanwink:
Thanks "Daisy" I will look at the LightStim. It’s offered on QVC right? Again thanks for taking the time to post! 🙂
I have and use a LightStim. You don’t pull and tug on the face. You have to keep it stationary for 3 minutes per area. It is warm also.
I don’t understand how you can just glide the SilkN and get the same effect as the LightStim.
I don’t use a serum, although it says you can. Since you’re not moving it, you don’t need to glide it.
I feel it has made my skin tighter and keeps it from getting thinner. I used it every day for quite awhile. It was easy, as I just used it as I watched television. It does take some time as each part of the face requires 3 minutes. I use it maybe 3 times a week now. It hasn’t helped my 11’s. I will eventually get Botox for those!
I would recommend the red light, but have my doubts about the SilkN.
Thanks so much "thisgoesto" for posting your thoughts. I am doing more research on this device. Have a nice evening. 🙂
I bought one in November and used it for over 3 months. I didn’t see any changes. I used one of my Paula’s Choice serums. It’s promoted to target crow’s feet and lines around the eyes, I think that’s the worst place to use it. When moving it around under the eyes, the skin gets pulled and stretched, which can only make things worse. Even though a serum can help the device glide, it’s impossible to move it around without the thin skin moving too. Just something I noticed when using.
It also did nothing for my 11s or my nose-to-mouth lines.
I bought mine at Bed, Bath, & Beyond, because I got it for only about $60 out of pocket, plus "free" Discover rebate money. They have a generous return policy, which gave me plenty of time to use it. I returned it a couple weeks ago, and don’t recommend it.
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07.22.16 12:46 PM