Edited: this has now been drawn and the winner is…….KAYLENE! Congratulations!! x
Here is part 2 of the HoMedics NEWA Skin Rejuvenation System review: the results and a chat about the NEWA with one of my besties Nardia.
As a reminder, here is what it says on the website:
Newa is a clinically proven skin rejuvenation system that reduces wrinkle by an average of 36% and up to 45%. Plus, it’s non invasive! Treatment with Newa is comfortable, safe, pain-free and as relaxing as a warm facial massage. Newa can be used on all skin colors and skin types. If you have wrinkles, lines, sagging skin or want to be proactive about the future of your skin, then Newa is right for you.
See how I used the NEWA in the first part of my review here: NEWA Skin Rejuvenation Review – wrinkles be gone!
- After each treatment my skin feels smooth, tight and glowing.
- A lovely experience, and a real treat for the skin. I like to use it before I go out, there is an instant radiance that lasts for hours.
- So easy to use, and I can see an improvement around the eyes and the jaw line areas.
I wish I could use it under the eyes, because THAT is where I need it most. That is really it!
Would I recommend it?
- I would and have recommended the NEWA. However, It is not for everyone. It takes a bit of dedication to use it every day, 5 days a week for 4 weeks and twice a week after that. For anyone who is serious about looking after their skin, this should not be a problem.
- It is especially great for those that like to do the treatment in the comfort of their own homes. Doing the maths, RF (Radio Frequency) treatments in salons, can set you back the same amount of money for only a couple of treatments. The 3DEEP technology used in the NEWA is exactly the same technology used in the salon treatments.
I like to research what I put on my skin and I had some questions for the HoMedics team. I thought I would share these with you:
Q. Can this stimulate hyper pigmentation or broken capillaries?
A. From HoMedics consultant Dr Harth (who invented the 3Deep technology): “We did not encounter hyper pigmentation caused by the device in our studies. Regarding broken capillaries – (this) will not happen in healthy skin. In people with Rosacea – the mechanical massage [ie, the circular motion] (with any device) may break dilated capillaries. Thus people with Rosacea – should avoid the areas with dilated capillaries – usually upper cheeks. They can still treat the lower face.”
Q. Is there an age limit when this can be used as production of collagen actually ceases after 50?
A. The Newa has been tested on users of various ages; including some over the age of 70 with great results. My understanding is that while the body stops producing collagen naturally after ≈ 50, it is possible for collagen production to be promoted by use of heat via Radio Frequency .
Q. Can this be used on the forehead above the eyebrows?
A. We don’t promote using it on the forehead as it is unlikely to produce any results. Most lines on the forehead are ‘muscular’ and due to smiling, frowning etc. and without much ‘body’ in the skin on the forehead, there is not likely to be much of a result.
I am stoked with the results, so much so, that I talked one of my girlfriends in test driving one as well.
Meet Nardia. My friend of over 20 years. She is a fanatic, just like me, when it comes to looking after her skin. She is a young un, not quite 50 yet, but let’s just say we will have a great celebration next year. I am 52. So what you see, are 2 real women, chatting about skincare.
We recorded this chat on a day when the temperatures were close to 40C. Hence my sweaty face, and the noise of the traffic outside because of the open windows. My apologies. The icy cold prosecco tasted sooo good afterwards. Grab a cuppa (or a bubbly) this is 6 minutes long.
Real people and real results. Is this something you would try?
Here is your chance.
I have a HoMedics Newa Skin Rejuvenation System to give away worth $499!
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The most creative answer will be picked by Nardia and I, so get writing!
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*The Newa has been gifted by HoMedics for reviewing purposes.
Til Next time,