Sensica Sensilift promises skin improvements after only 5 minutes!

Show the Sensica Sensilift on the face to improve skin elasticity and boost of collagen

As I already promised in my IGTV video about the Sensilift I was going to write a blogpost about the technology behind this new device. The Sensilift is from the brand Sensica, which is specialised in hair removal and skin care devices! If you want to see this device in action, watch my IGTV video to see instant result after only 5 minutes!

Who is Sensica?

Sensica was founded with the idea to deliver devices that you can use for at home beauty treatments with the same standards as the ones in the clinic. They developed several skincare and hair removal devices, which are all clinically approved. Each device is tailor made for individual specific needs. Today I’m going to tell you everything about the Sensilift, which is tailor made for skin improvement.

Show the Sensica Sensilift on the face to improve skin elasticity and boost of collagen

What does the Sensica Sensilift promise?

The Sensilift is made to tighten and improves the elasticity in the skin. It also boosts the collagen inside the skin, which will result in a lifted and smoothened effect. You might think wat does a 27 year old do with this kind of device. Well, let me tell you that the Sensilift is not only to lift your face. It also smoothens the skin and results in skin improvement. I noticed for example that the texture on my skin was reduced after using the device for only 5 minutes. As wel as the dry lines I have on my face, which were reduced quite a bit! So let me tell you that the Sensilift is not only for a lifted effect on the skin, it also results in skin improvement.

How does the Sensica Sensilift work?

The technology behind the Sensilift and a lot more devices from Sensica is called Dynamic Radio Frequency. This basically means that the device sends radio frequency waves into the skin. Sending those radio waves into the skin in combination with heath and a facial massage promotes the skins own collagen production and the elasticity in the skin. So it’s a device that creates skin improvement from within the skin!

Show the Sensica Sensilift on the face to improve skin elasticity and boost of collagen

How long does it last?

You only have to do the treatment once a week for 8 consecutive weeks. And you only have to do this for 5 minutes per zone, so perfect for a Sunday evening when you’re watching your favourite Netflix series! You really see instant result after the first time using the Sensilift. The result fades away after 24 hours, but after doing it once a week for 8 weeks in a row you only need to top it up whenever you feel like it.

My opinion

I was really surprised that there was such a clear instant result after only using it for 5 minutes, which you can see in my IGTV video. I also found that after using the Sensilift that the texture on my skin was noticeably reduced. And my skin felt more moisturise, which also reduced the dry lines round my eyes and on my forehead. Of course this device comes with a price tag, which is 349,99 pound at the Sensica webite. But I’ve also seen some lower prices at other websites: 279,99 pound at Boots and currently 139 pound at Currentbody!

I hope you liked reading about the Sensica Sensilift! Again if you’d like to see the Sensilift in action and to hear how the device works, head over to my IGTV video!

Have you tried any skincare devices? Please let me know in the comments below!

Signature Annaleid from Actually Anna
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  1. Leontien Bakker
    July 22, 2019 / 11:06 pm

    Ik ben benieuwd ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜˜

    • July 28, 2019 / 12:00 pm

      ik ook ๐Ÿ™‚
      xoxo Annaleid

  2. August 7, 2019 / 11:27 am

    I think it’s an amazing device! Not only to get a little bit of a face lift but also to improve your skin and reduce the texture!

    xoxo Annaleid

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