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I've been a bystander for a while - you all have such interesting stories to tell! As often as I found myself reading the forums, I decided it was time to join. Anyway, I'm 50 years old and am obsessed with keeping my skin looking good. Cosmetically, I have used fillers and botox. My skin is sensitive so most of the products with "anti aging" ingredients make me break out (yes, even at 50). The product line I am using right now is MD Formulations - so far, so good. With the economy the way it is, I'm not going to be able to keep up with the botox and fillers, so I guess I am mostly interested in ways to somewhat manage frown lines and marionette lines with at home gadgets. Currently I own the Nuface and Evis - too soon to tell if they make a difference or not. I am interested in opinions from any and all of you who might have had experience with either the Nuface or Evis - also, any other tools that you have great success with. Nice to be here and thanks for your help!
 

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love the evis. i had started with the baby q but sent it back within the 30 day return deadline. it was working fine, but it was takking a long time to do a treatment because of the size of the working surface. the working surface on the evis is larger and works with the contours of my face better. great results (same as the baby q) and costs less. nuface i'm still on the fence about - my husband thinks he really sees a difference in the firmess of my "jowels" so i'm going on his word for now. I'll keep you posted!
 
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