Nuface Launches New Skincare Innovation


Nuface has unveiled IonPlex Ionized Skincare Activators. A blend of electrically charged ions and glacial water, which aims to deliver a surge of active ingredients into the skin.

The idea behind this innovation, is to provide the user with optimal results.

About Nuface

The brand was founded in 2005 by aesthetician Carol Cole and her daughters, Tera and Kim Morales. After 15 years in the business, they are considered leaders in at-home microcurrent beauty devices.

The new formulas

These new formulas are officially FDA cleared (as reported by PR newswire) and will be available in two products.

These include a Hydrating Aqua Gel and a Firming + Brightening Silk Crème.

A blend of charged ions will help take active ingredients down to deeper layers of the facial muscle, Nuface believes.

Tera Peterson, NuFace co-founder and chief creative officer, says “we are excited to finally launch our new Microcurrent Activators!

We’ve proudly committed the last two years to extensive research and testing to ensure our formulas are most effective. Just like NuFace devices, our skincare ingredients are rooted in the power of microcurrent technology while nourishing and hydrating the skin to deliver optimal results with each use.”

As of right now, the brand hasn’t realised details of their research.

Read more beauty news here.

The new products can be used with the brands own devices or on their own.

Images via Nuface

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