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Is This $495 Skincare Device Worth It?
Okay so let's be realistic, no one needs a $495 skincare device. It's totally excessive and absolutely not necessary for healthy skin! But if you're going to spend that much money on a device is it worth it? I've had my ZIIP - ZIIP GX for 10 months, I don't use it as consitently as I should. It's a nanocurrent device, like it's cousin microcurrent, it needs to be done consistently to achieve lasting results. Which brings me to point one, if you can't commit to using it at least three times a week for a minimum of five minutes it's not going to be worth it. This is if you are looking for anti-aging properties only, I use the other treatments and anti-aging isn't my number on priority at 25. If you are only looking for a toning and sculpting tool, then this may not be worth it. There are just as effective microcurrent tools for less money that will give you this result! Unlike those other tools the ZIIP can also help treat acne and pigmentation issues, this is my favorite feature. So why is it worth it? Well the app that it works in conjunction with has many different treatments to help you achieve your goals! The brands Instagram also has IGTV routines that utilizes the treatments for different goals too, so there are many many options. The conductive gels are also a major plus! They have ingredients that are good for your skin, unlike some other conductive gels from different brands. They stay hydrated throughout the entire treatment and then some, and can even be used as a mask! I use both the ZIIP - Golden Conductive Gel and ZIIP - Silver Conductive Gel , each has a different goal. Golden gel fills and firms the skin, Silver gel brightens and moisturizes. Overall, no you don't need the ZIIP and it might not be worth the almost $500 for you. But for me, I love mine. I would repurchase it and I would recommend it! It does what it says it will - shapes the face, drains excess fluid, tones, lifts, targets pigmentation, and fights acne. #CheriePartner
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kali.janel
Salon quality microcurrent treatment alternative
ZIIP GX hand held Micro current device is a beautiful alternative to salon facial treatments and self care during the time. I use ZIIp pre makeup to move lymph and puffiness in the face, and lift and tighten the skin . I originally bought this product for my red carpet clients for pre-makeup pampering, and sculpting the face, but lately as we are all home, it has become part of my self-care routine. I have sensitive skin, and at 36 I am just starting to feel the sense of my face aging. As we are restricted with beauty salon and facial visits at the moment, I have really loved this as a at-home treatment. I use the ‘Lymph & lift’ treatment, which de-puffs and lifts and has a really nice feeling micro current sensation through the skin! My other favorite is ’ Engergize’ described as ‘FILL/LIFT/ GLOW’. At certain points in the treatment you can feel the current move through your skin, which I love! I definitely notice a difference after both these treatments, in particular a glow similar to having just worked out. The anti-aging benefits are subtle, and will be a matter of regular use over time. I think this is a luxury product, but worth it for those wanting to slow the clock without spending too much on in-salon micro current treatments. I would recommend this product as the ultimate sculpt and glow pre-makeup, and also as a supplement to a regular anti-aging routine. I am giving ZIIP 4 stars purely because of the costs of replacing the conductor gel, which is $129. I do believe you can find gel alternatives, but I would need to do more research. Industry makeup artists, note that they do have ZIIP discount available with proof of your professional experience. Price : $495 4 stars ZIIP - ZIIP GX
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Is This $495 Skincare Device Worth It?
Okay so let's be realistic, no one needs a $495 skincare device. It's totally excessive and absolutely not necessary for healthy skin! But if you're going to spend that much money on a device is it worth it? I've had my ZIIP - ZIIP GX for 10 months, I don't use it as consitently as I should. It's a nanocurrent device, like it's cousin microcurrent, it needs to be done consistently to achieve lasting results. Which brings me to point one, if you can't commit to using it at least three times a week for a minimum of five minutes it's not going to be worth it. This is if you are looking for anti-aging properties only, I use the other treatments and anti-aging isn't my number on priority at 25. If you are only looking for a toning and sculpting tool, then this may not be worth it. There are just as effective microcurrent tools for less money that will give you this result! Unlike those other tools the ZIIP can also help treat acne and pigmentation issues, this is my favorite feature. So why is it worth it? Well the app that it works in conjunction with has many different treatments to help you achieve your goals! The brands Instagram also has IGTV routines that utilizes the treatments for different goals too, so there are many many options. The conductive gels are also a major plus! They have ingredients that are good for your skin, unlike some other conductive gels from different brands. They stay hydrated throughout the entire treatment and then some, and can even be used as a mask! I use both the ZIIP - Golden Conductive Gel and ZIIP - Silver Conductive Gel , each has a different goal. Golden gel fills and firms the skin, Silver gel brightens and moisturizes. Overall, no you don't need the ZIIP and it might not be worth the almost $500 for you. But for me, I love mine. I would repurchase it and I would recommend it! It does what it says it will - shapes the face, drains excess fluid, tones, lifts, targets pigmentation, and fights acne. #CheriePartner
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kali.janel
⚡️ Ziip vs. NuFace ⚡️
Microcurrent is something I really started doing research into towards the end of 2019. I was just a few months shy of 25 and have always heard that starting anti-aging routines early would make all the difference. Microcurrent devices are an anti-aging tool, essentially these devices send currents into the skin that stimulate collagen and elastin effectively building and repairing skin over time. In short, it's a workout for your face! The two main players in microcurrent are the NuFace and ZIIP. The NuFace is significantly cheaper than the ZIIP, but is it a dupe? Let's break them down, because both are expensive! ZIIP uses both microcurrent and nanocurrent safe for all skin types, even sensitive connects to the ZIIP app, which gives you access to multiple different treatment routines to target what you want easy to follow along with tutorials for each treatment lifts and tones the face can target acne-causing bacteria can target pigmentation like melasma and PIH must be used with the ZIIP conductive gels, these are full of great ingredients! conductive gel prices range from $50 to $129, each one addresses different types of concerns like hydration, firmness and lines, or environmental protection. there are two ZIIP devices, the original version retails for $450 and the newer model retails for $480 NuFace uses only microcurrent contours facial features, smooths lines and tones the skin claims 5 minutes a day for 60 days will give you results must use a THICK conductive gel, other users have tried aloe vera gel no routine is required, there are some available on YouTube and Instagram by the brand and consumers the mini retails for $199, the larger model that is compatible with other attachments retails for $325 So what’s the verdict? Well it depends on what your skin needs are. For me, the ZIIP is my favorite because of all the different treatments and tutorials on the app! It’s so easy to follow along with and I can personalize my routine as I need to. I also really prefer the conductive gels as they feel like luxurious skincare masks, unlike the NuFace gels which smell like alcohol and dry out in a few minutes. The NuFace Trinity, which is the larger model, has different attachments like LED lights and smaller probes, which someone with fine lines and wrinkles would really benefit from! Other users have used aloe vera gel instead of the NuFace conductive gels, but I haven’t tried this yet. The ZIIP doesn’t hurt, unless you are doing the acne treatment and are going over active spots. The NuFace device does sting on the highest setting, even with a thick layer of conductive gel! I still use both and enjoy both, but if I had to choose one then it would be the ZIIP. #CherieCreator NuFACE - Mini Mini Facial Toning Device ZIIP - ZIIP GX
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kali.janel
Is This $495 Skincare Device Worth It?
Okay so let's be realistic, no one needs a $495 skincare device. It's totally excessive and absolutely not necessary for healthy skin! But if you're going to spend that much money on a device is it worth it? I've had my ZIIP - ZIIP GX for 10 months, I don't use it as consitently as I should. It's a nanocurrent device, like it's cousin microcurrent, it needs to be done consistently to achieve lasting results. Which brings me to point one, if you can't commit to using it at least three times a week for a minimum of five minutes it's not going to be worth it. This is if you are looking for anti-aging properties only, I use the other treatments and anti-aging isn't my number on priority at 25. If you are only looking for a toning and sculpting tool, then this may not be worth it. There are just as effective microcurrent tools for less money that will give you this result! Unlike those other tools the ZIIP can also help treat acne and pigmentation issues, this is my favorite feature. So why is it worth it? Well the app that it works in conjunction with has many different treatments to help you achieve your goals! The brands Instagram also has IGTV routines that utilizes the treatments for different goals too, so there are many many options. The conductive gels are also a major plus! They have ingredients that are good for your skin, unlike some other conductive gels from different brands. They stay hydrated throughout the entire treatment and then some, and can even be used as a mask! I use both the ZIIP - Golden Conductive Gel and ZIIP - Silver Conductive Gel , each has a different goal. Golden gel fills and firms the skin, Silver gel brightens and moisturizes. Overall, no you don't need the ZIIP and it might not be worth the almost $500 for you. But for me, I love mine. I would repurchase it and I would recommend it! It does what it says it will - shapes the face, drains excess fluid, tones, lifts, targets pigmentation, and fights acne. #CheriePartner
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kali.janel

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⚡️ Ziip vs. NuFace ⚡️
⚡️ Ziip vs. NuFace ⚡️
Microcurrent is something I really started doing research into towards the end of 2019. I was just a few months shy of 25 and have always heard that starting anti-aging routines early would make all the difference. Microcurrent devices are an anti-aging tool, essentially these devices send currents into the skin that stimulate collagen and elastin effectively building and repairing skin over time. In short, it's a workout for your face! The two main players in microcurrent are the NuFace and ZIIP. The NuFace is significantly cheaper than the ZIIP, but is it a dupe? Let's break them down, because both are expensive! ZIIP uses both microcurrent and nanocurrent safe for all skin types, even sensitive connects to the ZIIP app, which gives you access to multiple different treatment routines to target what you want easy to follow along with tutorials for each treatment lifts and tones the face can target acne-causing bacteria can target pigmentation like melasma and PIH must be used with the ZIIP conductive gels, these are full of great ingredients! conductive gel prices range from $50 to $129, each one addresses different types of concerns like hydration, firmness and lines, or environmental protection. there are two ZIIP devices, the original version retails for $450 and the newer model retails for $480 NuFace uses only microcurrent contours facial features, smooths lines and tones the skin claims 5 minutes a day for 60 days will give you results must use a THICK conductive gel, other users have tried aloe vera gel no routine is required, there are some available on YouTube and Instagram by the brand and consumers the mini retails for $199, the larger model that is compatible with other attachments retails for $325 So what’s the verdict? Well it depends on what your skin needs are. For me, the ZIIP is my favorite because of all the different treatments and tutorials on the app! It’s so easy to follow along with and I can personalize my routine as I need to. I also really prefer the conductive gels as they feel like luxurious skincare masks, unlike the NuFace gels which smell like alcohol and dry out in a few minutes. The NuFace Trinity, which is the larger model, has different attachments like LED lights and smaller probes, which someone with fine lines and wrinkles would really benefit from! Other users have used aloe vera gel instead of the NuFace conductive gels, but I haven’t tried this yet. The ZIIP doesn’t hurt, unless you are doing the acne treatment and are going over active spots. The NuFace device does sting on the highest setting, even with a thick layer of conductive gel! I still use both and enjoy both, but if I had to choose one then it would be the ZIIP. #CherieCreator NuFACE - Mini Mini Facial Toning Device ZIIP - ZIIP GX
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kali.janel
Gel Primer 24k Gold Complex - Brighten
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