Theraface reviews

“As an editor, I’ve acquired a variety of beauty tools – from LED face masks to microcurrent modeling devices and everything in between. When it comes to getting results from these beauty tools (and skincare), consistency is key. Unfortunately, my tiny bathroom doesn’t leave enough room to keep all ten or so out all the time, which means I usually forget to even use them. Of course, when I heard that the percussive massage professionals at TheraBody had launched the TheraFace Pro, an 8-in-1 facial tool, I was absolutely blown away.

The TheraFace Pro is designed with several different types of treatments to improve your complexion including anti-aging and contouring microcurrent toning (similar to the popular NuFace device), red LED light for anti-aging benefits, percussive Therapy to support the tightening and reducing process Jaw and facial tension, a facial and a cleansing brush head. You can also purchase the hot and cold head attachments separately, which will help relieve facial pain and instantly reduce swelling and fluid retention. Here’s a breakdown of everything this multipurpose facial tool includes:

Percussive Therapy Heads: These removable heads are designed to lift and contour the face while relieving facial pressure and jaw tension from things like clenching and even TMJ. In my experience, the percussive therapy setting also helped relieve my sinus congestion (especially when combined with the heat therapy attachment).

Microflow attachment: This contouring attachment helps lift, lift and shape the face by delivering small microcurrents that stimulate collagen and elastin.

Silicone cleaning brush attachment: For those of us still mourning the loss of Clarisonic cleaning brushes (the brand discontinued their products back in 2018), this cleaning brush head is the perfect replacement. Plus, because it’s made of silicone, it doesn’t collect bacteria and dead skin cells – a common complaint about Clarisonic’s nylon bristles.

LED light therapy ring: The light ring attachment has three types of light: blue, red and infrared, which can be switched to mutually share their advantages in a session. The red light helps fight fine lines and the loss of sagging, while the blue light kills acne-causing bacteria and tightens pores. The infrared light setting tightens and lifts for a more chiseled look.

Hot and cold attachments: If you regularly experience tension, sinus pressure, or swelling, I highly recommend upgrading your TheraFace Pro with the hot and cold attachments (they are sold separately for only $99). These attachments offer a long list of various benefits, including reducing pressure and pain, fighting puffiness under the eyes and face, and suppressing inflammation.

Despite offering so many benefits and attachments, the TheraFace Pro is ridiculously easy to use, delivering results in just about five minutes a day (some other anti-aging devices take up to 20-30 minutes a day). I’ve been using the device for less than two weeks, but my jawline and cheekbones already appear a bit more defined, and the percussive therapy heads combined with the heat therapy attachment have relieved my inflamed sinuses more than anything else I’ve tried. In fact, I would buy this device just because of this benefit.

Although the 8-in-1 treatment tool was only recently released, it has already garnered an impressive cult following, winning over countless beauty editors and skincare enthusiasts. “This is a game changer – in 8 days I can feel, say and see a noticeable difference in my skin. My skin is tighter and feels tighter,” wrote one Best Buy customer in her five-star review. Another seemingly satisfied reviewer wrote, “After the second day of using the TheraFace Pro, a friend told me I was ‘radiant.’ From that compliment, and from feeling my face feel cleaner and lighter (you’ll understand when you use it), I knew I made the right decision with the TheraFace Pro.” At $400, this device is an investment, no doubt, but considering you would pay a similar price for equipment that only offers one of his treatments, I’d say it’s a great bargain.


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Hung is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Hung joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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