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Newa for firming and collagen

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hernamewasrio Sat 02-May-20 08:48:30

Has anyone used one? I'm intrigued and the before and afters are quite compelling. I found a £50 off code and ordered one! Lockdown self care and all that...

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achillesratty Sat 02-May-20 11:02:44

I have been looking at RF skin tightening devices. I haven't heard of Newa, I was looking at the Tri Pollar stop on Current Body. It's this : I don't know if the link will work. It's about a third of the price of the Newa one. In the end I went for a microneedling pen and an LED face mask, as my main worry is open pores and scarring rather than wrinkles. I still may get the Tri Pollar as it seems a good price with decent reviews. I have nearly every gadget going, technically I should look at 14 grin.

hernamewasrio Sat 02-May-20 14:50:45

Ha ha! Are you in the UK? I think the Newa is new here...I use a micro needle roller regular but at almost 49 my neck and jawline is starting to make me look older...

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hernamewasrio Sat 02-May-20 14:52:11

The tripollar has great reviews...the price difference is significant!!

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achillesratty Sat 02-May-20 16:14:26

Yes, I am in the UK. I use a Rio 60 second facial toner on my jaw line and it definitely makes a difference but you have to keep it up. It helps my neck too. I am in my mid 50's and the thing that made the biggest difference to my jowls was having some subtle filler along the jaw line and a small amount in the cheeks, it really lifted my face but I realise not everyone wants fillers.

hernamewasrio Sat 02-May-20 23:29:53

Oh I'm well used to fillers and Botox but haven't for various reasons this past year and now eagerly waiting to get to my practice once we're able to!

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