1-2 times a week for 10 minutes (5 minutes Extraction Mode; 5 minutes Infusion Mode) for a few weeks until the skin becomes accustomed to treatments. Safe to use daily and for longer periods up to 20 minutes once adjusted to ultrasonic facial.
Microcurrent conduction contacts deliver energy beneath the skin surface to reach the facial muscles when used in conjunction with Microcurrent Lifting Gel (included).
10 levels of microcurrent strength to customize your treatment.
2 treatment modes that offer a variety of facial muscle stimulation.
Includes 2 oz lifting gel and USB charging cable so you can take RejuvatoneMD with you anywhere!
Start by cleaning your face with an oil-free cleanser. Men should shave before treatment, as hair can interfere with the conductivity of the spheres. The facial area under a beard or mustache cannot be treated. When you use the RejuvatoneMD Device, make sure you are positioned in front of a mirror in a well-lit room.
Apply a pea-sized amount of Microcurrent Lifting Gel to each probe.
Lightly touch the power icon to turn the device on.
Touch the power again to switch between lifting and toning modes, rotating modes for each treatment.
Adjust the intensity level as desired and comfortable for each area of the face.
More information from the Manual below:
Refer to the Face Map for full face view of all ball contact positions for full face treatment.
Forehead & Brow
Position one contact just above the end of your eyebrow (centered between the eyebrow and the hairline.) Angle the unit so that the other contact sits evenly centered between the center of brow and hairline on forehead. (DO NOT PLACE ANY CONTACT ON THE TEMPLE)
Use the line where the delicate eye skin meets your eye socket bone as a guide. Position one contact on this bone under the center of the eye. The other contact should follow the contour outwards.
Position contact by resting under and following the diagonal slope of the cheek bone. You may need to adjust the position slightly to find the best contact points for your specific face shape. This is when you have a strong contraction with less face tingling.
Naso-labial lines (aka marionette lines) occur between the nose and the corners of the mouth. Position one contact on the apple of your cheek and the other diagonally below this following the natural line and parallel to your naso-labial lines. Again you may need to adjust the position to find the strongest contraction.
Upper and Lower Lip
Position contacts symmetrically just above the lip edge. Repeat this just under the lower lip. If your lips appear to pull unevenly to one side, this is natural.
Follow naso-labial diagonally down and position contact either side on the edge of the jaw. You may need to move the position slightly.
Position contacts in a line below the ear lobe. For the best position, keep contacts in line, but slide the unit forward or backward slightly until you find the strongest contraction. Move to the center of the neck just under the jawline. Avoid the center of the neck (neckbone and thyroid area).
Position contacts just off your hairline as high up as you can without touching your ears. Great for a really strong contraction right through the neckline.