Can you really tone up your facial skin at home? That’s the million dollar question! I’m a total gadget girl and am willing to try almost anything that promises to help with my aging skin. I’m currently testing out a product called the Conture Kinetic Skin Toning System. This is an anti-aging device that’s supposed to bring the med spa experience to the comforts of your own home. It’s supposed to help with:
- lifting facial skin
- smoothing fine lines, crows feet and wrinkles
- facial firmness
- skin radiance and luminosity
- smoothness and evenness
I received this system a few weeks ago. I was so excited to get started with it that I immediately tore the box open and read the enclosed directions. As directed, I charged the device overnight. I crossed my fingers that the fountain of youth had arrived on my doorstep. The next morning after cleansing my skin I began my quest to tone the skin on my neck and face. The treatment is supposed to be done morning and night to achieve noticeable results.
Just what is the Conture Skin Toning System?
- A handheld anti-aging device that is non-invasive
- It combines of ultra-low sonic vibrations combined with isometric vacuum-like compressions to safely and gently stimulate the skin.
- A cost effective at home treatment that’s supposed to yield noticeable results with treatments of only 2 minutes per area
- The device is clinically shown to dramatically increase skin radiance, smoothness, lift and texture while decreasing the appearance of crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles.
What’s in the box?
- Conture Device
- Kinetic Treatment Serum
- AM Ignition Lotion
- PM Recovery Crème
- USB Charging Cord & Adapter
- Instruction Manual
The treatments are pain free. It actually feels like a bit of a kneading or relaxing massage to me. My skin does turn a pink color from all of the stimulation of the isometric compressions or vacuum effect of the machine. The redness goes away within minutes. I choose to pick an area or two to focus on during each treatment session. For example, I will treat my neck and forehead one day and then the upper lip and jowls the next. My biggest concern at this point in time are the vertical lines above my lips. That’s the area that I’m going to focus on the most.