TheraFace Pro Facial Review: Why It’s Worth It

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One of my old colleagues used to tell me that life is too short to be low maintenance. I have to mention this guy was in the beauty business – this is not to make judgments, because after 7 years in the industry I have had quite a few beauty tools that I use and love on a weekly basis. I won’t say I’m high-maintenance, but I’ll give you my list to be the judge: There CurrentBody LED mask, my Ziip microcurrent device, and of course a bunch of rollers, gua-shas, ​​and other de-puffing sticks I use to keep my face sculpted, lifted, and youthful. Having said that, it is very difficult to take my at-home facial routine with me on the road. And I travel – a lot. So when TheraBody announced that their latest kit was actually an all-in-one facial, I was intrigued. Since TheraFace Pro arrived in possession of both hot and cold episodes, I’ve taken it with me on three rides and made some observations.

First of all, the device is universal, especially if you buy cooling and heating accessories. It not only has percussive processing features (with three attachments), but also features a micro-current loop, and LED light therapy Attached is a red, blue, and red infrared light, as well as a cleaning brush head. Then there are the cooling and heating heads. That’s a total of 6 healing abilities.

Plus some treatments you can do at the same time. For example, you can use some percussive attachments while using the LED attachment, breaking down tension and increasing collagen production, as well as reducing inflammation and breakdown in one fell swoop. Or you can use the tap feature with the cooling head to banish the next tension headache. It’s really versatile and – I might add – comfortable when you’re traveling and feeling upbeat. Two minutes in the airport lounge gives you more than enough time for a double task. I also really enjoy rhythmic attachments for their muscle toning benefits. With the original Theragun, you cannot use the device on your neck. Sure, it’s still worth being careful (and, of course, never use the percussion device on the front of your neck), but if you feel like your neck is bothering you with poor posture, this device is a godsend – especially if you have a flight hunch , which I do.

My favorite among all the accessories is the microcurrent device, because it gives you instantly sculpted, non-puffy results. This has been a game changer for me because in the past I’ve left my standalone version of these attachments at home because it’s not as efficient at packing to bring them all with me on a trip. But these things really help set the red carpet without sacrificing a lot of space in your suitcase.

Cold and hot attachments are great too. Of the two, I’m partial to cold because it’s useful when you wake up (sorry, mom) and a much less messy option than putting your face in an ice bucket. I would point out, however, that while the cold elbow is cool and remains consistent at cooler temperatures, I wish it turned out a little cooler. And the hot attachment is great – I could see that it’s really comfortable during the winter.

As for the head cleanser… I don’t use it. I prefer to use my hands only. This is a completely subjective thing, meaning this is not what I’m looking for in a device. But if you like a scrub brush, you’ll have more power.

And for those who think a device like this is weird, Gua Sha works great if you You want a daily treatment that is effective but not nearly as easy. However, if you’re looking for multiple jobs because you’re constantly making time for these treatments anyway, it’s definitely worth considering. For me, TheraFace Pro has got permanent space in my carry-on bag – and I’m entrusting it with getting me ready for the formal event of over four weddings this summer. I don’t say it lightly.

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