The High-Tech Face Mask You Didn’t Know You Needed

The High-Tech Face Mask You Didn’t Know You Needed

Deploying a combination of massage, cryotherapy and radio frequency, a FaceGym workout is nothing like a facial. Now, FaceGym has put its expertise into a hot new piece of kit. Meet the Medi Lift – an electrical stimulation mask that will tighten, tone and lift your mid and lower face from the comfort of your own home. Here’s why it’s the beauty tech to know about…



What is the Medi Lift?

Designed to give your skin a workout, the high-tech Medi Lift mask uses electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) to lift, strengthen and tone muscles for firmer, more youthful and revitalised skin. Offering three different facial workouts, the mask uses genius low-frequency EMS, which contracts and releases your muscles at regular intervals to exercise the face's scaffolding. The Medi Lift works specifically on the mid and lower-face muscles for defined cheekbones, more volume, a sculpted jawline and lifted contours in just ten minutes – it’s clever stuff. Because the EMS also boosts microcirculation, you can expect the skin to look more glowing and revitalised after each use.

How exactly does it work?

FaceGym has always been about high-energy beauty, and each of the three settings the mask offers will provide an instant lift. Choose from a signature full-face HIIT workout, which will boost circulation in the skin and strengthen the facial muscles to lift and tone the cheeks and lower face; or try the jaw-definer mode, which targets the often-overused masseter muscle in the jaw resulting in a more defined jawline. Or, put the mask in cheek sculptor mode, which targets the major and minor muscles in the cheek to invigorate and tighten – the ultimate pre-party prep. Each setting has six intensity levels, allowing you to customise your routine.

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Is it easy to use?

Yes – the Medi Lift comes with its own training tutorial, meaning you’ll get the hang of it in no time. Scan the in-pack QR code to discover how to use the mask and let one of the FaceGym Master Trainers teach you the exclusive FaceGym Medi Lift method to ensure you make the most of your device. The mask is also made from soft, medical-grade silicone, which will prevent skin irritation. 

Where does it slot into your skincare routine?

Use it after cleansing, but before you apply your serum, moisturiser and SPF. After removing make-up and washing your face, apply a water-based gel, such as FaceGym’s Collagen Infusion Serum, which will allow the EMS to conduct for the best results. Then, put the mask on (it’s fully adjustable for the perfect fit), choose your preferred mode and let the Medi Lift get to work. 

How quickly can you see results?

After just ten minutes, the skin will be brighter and tighter, but continued use will provide stronger and more visible results. 


“The technology will deeply yet gently lift, define and sculpt your features.”
Inge Theron
“The technology will deeply yet gently lift, define and sculpt your features.”
Inge Theron

Who’s it for?

If you want more sculpted and defined facial contours or are concerned with the first signs of ageing and looking for a high-tech solution to combat loss of volume and radiance, the Medi Lift is the one to try. Plus, the clever hands-free design makes it perfect for those looking for serious results without having to spend hours on a fiddly routine. Let the mask get to work while you clear your inbox and get on with your day.

Is there anyone who shouldn’t use it?

The low-frequency EMS technology is pain-free and suitable for almost everyone, but isn’t recommended if you are pregnant, have any active skin conditions such as acne or inflamed skin, have facial threads or high blood pressure. Plus, if you’ve recently had Botox or fillers, FaceGym recommend waiting at least two weeks for things to settle.

Where can you get one?

The Medi Lift is available online now but be quick – the previous drop sold out in less than seven hours. 




DISCLAIMER: Features published by SheerLuxe are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. Always seek the advice of your GP or another qualified healthcare provider for any questions you have regarding a medical condition, and before undertaking any diet, exercise or other health-related programme.


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