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If you begin to notice signs of aging, such as loose facial lines, vertical pore size, and darkening of the laugh lines, we recommend that you use facial beauty tools. Beauty editor R Ei of 25ans thoroughly explains how to choose the latest facial equipment with functions comparable to those of beauty treatments, such as RF and EMS, which are effective in treating sagging skin, LED, ion introduction and delivery, and ultrasound. 15 products recommended for people in their 40s!

Explanation of functions

Nowadays, "Its functions are equivalent to those of cosmetic medicine! Facial machines are also referred to as "beauty devices. This is true, and they are constantly evolving. With ultrasonic, EMS, RF, LED, and many other functions, it is now possible to treat your skin as if you were at a clinic. Here are nine typical functions to keep in mind when considering the purchase of a facial machine.

1: Ion Conduction / introduction
Ions are emitted from electrodes to adsorb dirt and dead skin cells in pores that cannot be removed by cleansing.

Likewise, the power of ions is used to penetrate the ingredients of lotions and serums into the stratum corneum.

2: Ultrasonic
Fine vibrations are given at high speed. It removes dirt from pores and has a massaging effect on the skin, as well as tightening the skin.

3: EMS
Electric signals stimulate and strengthen muscles. Directly approaches sagging areas such as face lines and around the mouth.

4: RF
High frequency electromagnetic waves called radio waves vibrate and warm the skin. RF skin tightening device supports skin care effects by activating the skin's functions.

5: LED
LED light colors include red, yellow, green, and blue, with the exception of ultraviolet light. Red, a near-infrared ray, penetrates deepest and promotes metabolism, which is expected to be effective for anti-aging, while yellow, which reaches the dermis, works on turnover and is effective in expelling melanin. The green color, which works on pigmentation, is said to be effective in treating blemishes, while the blue color, which has a sterilizing effect, is said to be effective in preventing acne.

6: Electroporation
It is known as electroporation and uses electricity to penetrate beauty ingredients deep into the skin. It can deliver high-molecular-weight ingredients that do not penetrate the epidermis.

7: Microcurrent
It is also used to treat injuries in athletes, and works to repair damaged areas by applying a very weak electric current that is comparable to a bioelectric current. In facial care equipment, it is expected to repair, normalize the barrier function, and generate collagen.

8: Low frequency
Low-frequency electric current is applied, acting on the motor nerves. Muscles are stimulated and contracted. It acts like a massage to relieve stiffness, reduce pain, and recover from fatigue.

Beauty editor's opinion

The words you see on the menus of esthetic salons and beauty clinics are all here, but rest assured, facial massagers are for home use only and are hypoallergenic. For example, RF, which aims at collagen production by applying heat damage at beauty clinics, is also designed to be highly effective only with the skill of a doctor. However, home-use facial machines also allow you to choose the intensity of the output with great care, and if you use a stronger setting, you can get a reasonable return!

Can I use a facial devices every day?

Facial machines can provide a variety of care, including the treatment of sagging lines and sagging skin. Although it is tempting to use a facial device every day, it can also be irritating and burdensome to the skin, and R-Ei feels that using a facial device every day and relying on it too much can tire the skin and dull its own functions, or rather, its sensors.... The manufacturer recommends generally 2 to 3 times a week. Since it varies from device to device, it would be better to determine the frequency while interacting with the device you purchased and your own skin.

What age to use a facial device?

This is also R-Ei's opinion, but if the function is an extension of skincare, such as ion introduction or ultrasound, it does not matter what age you are. For example, if you want to clean your pores, you can use an ion guide, ultrasound, or steamer, or if you are concerned about blemishes or acne, you can use an ion guide or LED, etc. If you are in your 20s or early 30s, you should assess your needs and functions, and choose a product that is affordable. I think it would be fine to use the same one.

For those who are over 40 years old and are seriously concerned about aging, it is recommended to have a high-performance facial equipment as a partner for beauty. If you are concerned about lines, sagging and wrinkles that cannot be resisted by aging and gravity, and you feel that cosmetics alone are not enough, try adding a powerful supporter.

Recommended facial devices for 40s and older

Here is a selection of face lifting tool recommended for people in their 40s who are approaching the age of aging, especially for lines and sagging skin. Please take note of the verified comments by our beauty editors.

Miese Sculp Lift

A popular brush-type facial care device that can be used for both head muscle care and face care. When I use this, I really feel that the face and scalp are connected in one piece. Indeed, it is a great help. It tends to be compared to a certain high-end brush, but for the low price, it does a remarkable job! The fact that it can be used in the bathtub every day is also a point of interest, and I recommend taking care of your head while soaking in the bathtub as if it were a head massage.

Bi Lulu

It is a very simple facial equipment with only RF and blue LEDs. The price is reasonable at around 7,000 yen, about the same as a bottle of beauty essence. The most important point is that the blue LEDs can provide real acne care and tightening at the same time. I recommend it for beginners who are concerned about rough and sagging skin due to the mask lifestyle.


L&L SKIN has an established reputation for its electric current technology, including the complex mixing of 16 different types of electric currents, and its capabilities are unquestionable. The price is expensive, but I think it is worth it. It is also worth mentioning that the special head, which can move freely in all directions, follows the face closely and allows stress-free care.


In the personal opinion of beauty editor, the first thing to remember is that face massager is only a "tool" and not to rely on it blindly. As a beauty professional, I am often asked, "Which facial equipment do you prefer? In fact, it is up to you to make the most of it!

Facial equipment has clear functions, so I recommend that after purchasing a facial equipment, you first get a "feel" for how each function will change your skin. For example, how much and at what pace you apply RF to the area of concern, how your skin tightens, how it reacts to LEDs, and so on. And we recommend that you interact with your own skin on a daily basis, and incorporate it well with your cosmetic care.

For example, one way may be to get the first RF when you start to notice a decrease in firmness, and then gradually add more functions once a good partnership has been established. Have a good relationship with your facial equipment, have fun, and keep improving your beauty!

Many people in their 40s have noticed their skin aging, but many busy women in their 40s find it difficult to devote time to their skin. However, if you leave your skin feeling aging, the problem will not get better. This article introduces the types of facial devices and recommendations for busy women in their 40s who can continue to care for their skin at home.

Using the best facial for you will allow you to take care of your skin in your spare time.

Improve your 40s skin with a facial

Many people in their 40s may have experienced a sudden aging of the face or a tired appearance. The 40s is a time when age-related skin changes appear. Sagging skin becomes more noticeable, and fine lines, wrinkles, and pores begin to appear.

While some people go to beauty clinics or esthetic clinics for treatment and anti-aging care, others may ask, "Is there any anti-aging care that is easier to do? Many people are concerned about the method of care.

Multifunctional facial device can provide multifaceted care and is recommended for people in their 40s.

How to choose a facial device for 40s?

The 40s is a time when various skin problems appear. Choose a multifunctional face massage tool that addresses all skin concerns.

A multifunctional facial device combines several functions to solve each problem. Since different products have different functions, it is important to pay attention to the features of the product when choosing a facial device.

Steamers improve the quality of skin care

In their 40s, the skin's surface barrier function weakens, causing moisture that is normally necessary for the skin to evaporate and become dry.

Dry skin causes wrinkles and blemishes, giving the skin a more aged appearance. Using a steamer will recharge the skin with sufficient moisture in such a dry condition.

Daily use of the steamer will soften the skin, making it easier for lotion and serum to penetrate the skin. In other words, the steamer not only improves dry skin, but also dramatically improves the effectiveness of regular skin care.

Massagers good for sagging and swelling

A massager is simply rolled over the face to promote skin quite and reduce swelling. Daily use of the roller will not only prevent aging, but also provide a small face effect.

Electric facial massager is made of various materials are available in the market, but all rollers have the feature of being easy to use and are loved by many people. The secret of their popularity seems to be that their ease of use makes it easy to continue using them.

Ultrasonic to Cleanse Pores

In one's 40s, skin turnover is easily disrupted, so ultrasound is necessary to remove unwanted dead skin cells and dirt. Facial devices with an ultrasonic function use minute ultrasonic vibrations to approach the surface of the skin.

With repeated use, old keratin and dirt clogged in pores are removed, and the skin tone is not only improved, but sagging and swelling of the skin is also improved and a lift-up effect can be expected.

Ion delivery for efficient skin care

As the skin's keratin becomes harder with age, it becomes more difficult for beauty ingredients to penetrate deep into the skin. Even the best lotion or essence will be meaningless if it does not penetrate deep into the skin.

Ion delivery weakens the electrical membrane between the surface and inside of the skin, creating a condition in which the beauty ingredients can easily penetrate the skin.

This makes it possible to obtain the desired effects of skincare more quickly and reliably. If you use a serum with whitening ingredients, you can also expect to see effects on freckles and spots.

RF that create firmness and elasticity

When RF waves are used in a facial device, they have the effect of warming the skin from the inside out.

The activation of the deeper layers of the skin will stimulate the growth of collagen, making the skin firm and elastic. The RF skin tightening device also promotes blood circulation, which can be expected to reduce swelling and increase metabolism.

RF waves are a technology that is also utilized in esthetic salons, but the home-use facial device is set at a lower frequency that can be used safely.

EMS for lifting sagging skin

As we age, our muscles weaken and the contours of our skin may become blurred or saggy even if there is no change in weight. EMS allows the application of a weak electric current to the muscles to stimulate them and make them contract.

It is best to think of EMS as being for a deeper approach to the skin, whereas ultrasound, introduced earlier, is for a surface approach to the skin.

It is expected to prevent sagging of the face, burn fat, and produce a smaller face, and is also effective in reducing the appearance of lines and pores.

LED treatments for real care

In LED treatment, LED light is irradiated onto the skin, resulting in clear and fine-textured skin. Different types of light have different effects on the skin: red improves skin elasticity, yellow removes melanin, blue sterilizes, and green improves skin clarity.

Since some facial device is equipped with several types of LEDs, it is advisable to choose the type that provides the effect you are looking for. Since LEDs do not contain ultraviolet rays, there is no risk of sunburn or damage to the skin.


We have described the types and functions of facial device that can be used at home for those who are suffering from skin changes in their 40s.

There are many types of facial device, and many people do not know what to prepare, but this article will help you find the perfect facial device for you. In addition, with the L&L SKIN RF introduced earlier, you can expect many of the benefits that women in their 40s expect from a facial machine.

Incorporate a facial device into your daily skin care routine to not only prevent skin aging, but also to have more ideal skin than ever before.

There are various types of facial devices such as EMS and steamers. In this issue, we will introduce the recommended popular ranking of each type of facial equipment such as lift-up, steamer, and massager!

We'll also show you how to choose by effect and compare popular manufacturers such as Panasonic, L&L SKIN and Ya-Man!

Advantages of using a facial device

You may be wondering what the benefits are of using a facial device. Facial machines have a great deal of charm that you cannot get from ordinary skin care. Let's take a look at some of these advantages.

Booster function to penetrate skincare

Have you ever felt that your skin has become rough and that lotion does not penetrate easily? Such skin is where a facial instrument is recommended.

Facial devices have been around for a long time, but the booster function that allows skin care to penetrate the skin is a function that was also provided by early facial machines.

This function enables lotion and essence, which are not easily absorbed from the surface of the skin, to penetrate deep into the skin (down to the stratum corneum), and the use of weak electricity accelerates penetration.

This is a function that should be used regularly, as it enables the skin to draw out the benefits of the skin care it always uses by keeping the skin in a state of good skin care penetration.

Peeling-like function that removes dead skin cells

Even if you cleanse and wash your face properly every day, dirt and grime can still clog deep within the pores.

Most face massage are equipped with a peeling function, which removes dirt from pores and dead skin cells stuck to the surface of the skin without difficulty.

Like the "booster function," this "peeling function" can be achieved by using weak electricity.

By regularly removing dirt from pores, it is possible to maintain a good balance between moisture and oil, so continued use can be expected to maintain a healthy skin condition.

In addition, the combination of the "peeling function" and the "booster function" will promote more active penetration of skincare products.

Types of Facial Device by Effect

Facial devices are equipped with a variety of functions. Here we would like to explain each type of facial equipment. Let's take a look at the features of the four types: the ion-induction type, the EMS type, the RF type, and the LED type.

Ion-introduction type: Penetrates beauty ingredients

The ion induction type is designed to perform the "booster function" mentioned above. It is recommended to be used when lotion or serum is not easily absorbed from the skin surface.

Those who find that lotion does not penetrate easily from the skin surface will be highly satisfied with the use of this "ion-induction type" facial toner.

Since beauty ingredients can penetrate deep into the skin (down to the stratum corneum), you will be able to use your regular skin care effectively.

I believe that this is a function unique to facial equipment because it uses weak electricity during ion introduction.

EMS type: For facial line care

EMS stands for "Electrical Muscle Stimulation. It is a function that stimulates muscles by applying external electrical stimulation, which works to move the muscles automatically. EMS on the face aims to stimulate muscles that are not normally used, and is intended to tighten the face.

EMS is also utilized in body care, and is used by people who are not good at exercising to achieve a toned body, as it enables muscles to be moved without consciously exercising or placing a burden on the body.

RF type: Electromagnetic waves work inside the skin

RF stands for "Radio Frequency. By applying RF (radio frequency, electromagnetic waves) to the skin, safe electromagnetic waves can warm the skin deeply.

Compared to heaters that generally apply heat, the RF skin device does not heat the skin only on the surface, so the heat reaches collagen and other substances deep within the skin.

RF focuses on the skin's self-healing ability and approaches collagen production, so there are high expectations for skin elasticity and firmness.

Esthetic clinics also offer slimming courses that use RF for body treatments, and it is said that fat burning benefits can be expected by raising the body's deep body temperature.

LED type: Light brings elasticity to the skin

LED-type facial device is a product that applies LED light to the skin. LED light does not contain ultraviolet rays that can damage the skin, making it a popular choice. LED types are expected to address a wide range of skin problems.

Although they have been used in esthetic clinics, recently LED types have become mainstream in home-use facial equipment, making it possible to provide esthetic-like facial care without leaving the comfort of your home.

Facial Steamer: For Pore Problems and Dryness Countermeasures

The first is a facial steamer. As the name suggests, this facial steamer can use steam, and the warm steam helps to open pores to facilitate the removal of dirt, soften and moisturize the skin.

It is suitable for those who are concerned about pore problems, dry skin, and rough skin, or those who have trouble blending in skin care products.

Water peeling: For those who are concerned about skin contamination.

The next type of water peeling is a facial instrument that uses the power of water to peel and remove dirt from the skin. By applying water through ultrasonic vibration, it is expected to take care of blackheads deep inside pores.

It is recommended for those who suffer from pores as well as dullness and lack of moisture due to dirt.

Facial massager: For improving skin quality

The third is a facial massager. Among facial care products, many are compact and easy to use, requiring no electricity. By massage the unit over the face, magnetic and ultrasonic waves are delivered to the skin, which improves the quality of the skin.

This is recommended for people who have rough, rough skin, and skin that has difficulty absorbing cosmetics.

Pore vacuum: For clogged pores and dead skin cells

The last one is a facial instrument. This facial instrument specializes in removing dirt and dead skin cells from pores. It is similar to water peeling, but the pore aspirator is more powerful, and at the same time, those with weak skin should be careful to avoid straining it.

It is also suitable for removing sebum, so it is recommended for those who are concerned about shine and oily skin.

Adopt a facial device for more beautiful skin.

Facial devices are recommended for those who are not satisfied with only manual face care. If the surface of your skin becomes too rough, even the best cosmetics will not be able to show their benefits.

By using a facial care device, you can improve the penetration of skincare products and also approach facial lines and firmness.

The facial care products picked up in the ranking are mainly long-selling products, hot-selling products, and new products.

We hope you will find them useful when choosing a facial care device. We hope you will use a facial device in your face care routine to achieve even more beautiful skin.

Every week there is a new beauty breakthrough with a new miracle ingredient that suddenly appears in every supplement and cream on the shelves. And collagen has become the new ingredient du jour in many products that promise younger, healthier skin, faster healing, and more.

But do the benefits of collagen really live up to the hype? Before we get started, here's what you need to know about collagen

What is collagen?

Think of collagen as an important building block of your body. Collagen is a protein found throughout our bodies, in skin, joints, tendons, ligaments, bones and connective tissues, says Erica Schwartz, M.D., internist and founder of Evolved Science in New York City.

From a beauty perspective, collagen is something that helps maintain youthful skin . Collagen is essential to our health, but we usually think of collagen as being related to the skin, and its production declines with age, she says. One of the first signs of facial aging is loss of volume, and this is due to reduced collagen production.

What is collagen good for?

Scientists have found that the benefits of collagen peptides for type 2 diabetes, arthritis, and burns, have some promising results. Taking oral collagen peptides may have some benefit for joint and bone health, says Dr. Schwartz.

As far as collagen's effect on skin aging, there have been a few small studies published showing increased elasticity and firmness with supplementation, but most of them are funded by supplement manufacturers. Most of them are funded by the manufacturers of the supplements, and doctors have found their results to be a bit questionable.

"Both collagen and elastin are important for maintaining youthful skin and are generally regulated by genetics," says Lindsay Bordon, M.D., a dermatologist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York City. Taking collagen orally has not been shown to improve the appearance of the skin.

That's because you can't direct where the collagen you're taking goes in your body. Dr. Schwartz says that most collagen supplements are useless because they are digested in the intestinal tract or stomach and do not even reach the areas of the body where collagen production occurs. They only provide protein to our body as a nutritional by-product.

Dr. Schwartz says that topical collagen treatments may be a better solution to help boost aging skin. Creams used in aesthetics may be a bit more effective if they contain binding agents such as hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, and retinol, she says. She recommends a prescription-strength topical collagen peptide, such as GHK-Cu.

Where does the collagen come from?

The collagen in your body is built by you. Collagen is what your body makes in the skin and other tissues of your body, says Dr. Bordone. It helps provide structure to the entire body in general. Younger children make more and sometimes different kinds of collagen than older people.

Since collagen is a dietary protein, it is found in many foods that we already eat, such as organic bone broth, citrus fruits, blueberries, raspberries, garlic, dark leafy greens, and cashews. Since these foods are generally good, eating more of them will improve your nutrition and keep you healthier and younger, says Dr. Schwartz. So go ahead and add these to your diet. But don't expect miracles.

Facial Massage to increase collagen

Stimulating the face muscles with regular massage helps to bring oxygen to that area—which is a natural form of anti aging skin care in itself. “More blood flow to the area increases collagen production, which gives a healthy and natural glow to the complexion,” says Baba. We recommend skincare facial tools from L&L Skin:  for your facial massage!

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