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You can use a facial beauty device to treat lines, sagging skin, and many other problems. It's tempting to use them every day, but they can be irritating and hard on the skin, and Rie feels that relying on them too much can make the skin tired and dull the skin's own functions, or rather, its sensors. The manufacturer recommends generally two to three times a week. It depends on the device, so it is better to determine the frequency while interacting with the device you purchased and your skin.
At what age is it right to start using a facial device?
This is also R. English's opinion, but if the function is an extension of skin care, such as ion introduction or ultrasound, then I think it doesn't matter what age you are. For example, if you want to cleanse your pores, you should use an ion guide, ultrasound, or steamer, or if you are worried about blemishes or acne, you should use an ion guide or LED. If you are in your twenties or early thirties, you should consider the needs and functions of the product.
For people in their 20s and early 30s, it is best to determine their needs and functions, and choose a product that is affordable. For people in their 40s and above, who are more concerned about aging, it is recommended to have a high-function facial device as a beauty partner. If you are concerned about lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin that cannot be resisted by aging and gravity, and you feel that cosmetics alone are not enough, you can use it as a powerful supporter.