How to Choose a Facial Massager

Let's take a closer look at how to choose a good facial massager.

1) Choose by shape

There are two types of facial massagers.

Y type
This is a Y-shaped facial massager with two balls at the tip.

These two balls pinch the skin and pick up the flesh, so it is expected to be effective in lifting up the face and preventing sagging.

It is also especially recommended for those who want to refresh their face lines. If you massage your face with the Y-shaped facial massager before applying makeup in the morning, edema will be reduced and makeup will look better.

I Type
I-type facial massagers, also known as stick-type massagers, are popular because they are compact and easy to carry around.

Since it is smaller than the Y-type, you can roll it around your nose or around your mouth with pinpoint accuracy.

Unlike the Y-type, which treats sagging and edema, this product serves as a skin care product for the surface of the skin.

2) Choose by the material of the massager

Facial massagers are sold in a variety of materials, so it is important to choose the material that best suits your taste and constitution.

There are four main types of materials used in facial massagers.


Titanium is also used as a medical device, and is relatively resistant to metal allergies. It is a material that is recommended for those who are interested in using a facial care device but are worried that the metal might cause skin irritation, or for those with sensitive skin.

Because facial massagers are indispensable for daily use, it is best to choose a material that is as easy on the skin as possible.

The most common type of Germanium facial massager is the I-type massager, but Y-type massagers that use Germanium are also gradually becoming available.

When applied to the skin, the friction generates ions that penetrate into the keratinous layer of the skin, increasing the skin's metabolism and regulating skin problems.

This material is especially recommended for those who suffer from dull skin.

Platinum is widely recognized as a high-grade facial massager, and because of its excellent durability, it is recommended for women who want to continue using facial massagers for a long time.

In addition, since platinum has the ability to remove active oxygen, it can also be expected to help solve skin problems caused by aging.

3) Choose between manual and electric

Manual facial massagers are compact and easy to carry, and many of them are sold at petit prices, so they are recommended for women who want to try a facial massager for the first time.

Although they are not as durable as electric ones, those who want to focus on ease can try buying a manual facial massager.

Electric facial massagers use electric current and low frequency to stimulate your skin, so you don't have to worry about the amount of force you need.

In addition, there are facial massagers that are equipped with EMS, so if you are suffering from sagging skin or wrinkles, you can expect a higher effect than with a manual massager.

There are also facial massagers that use a weak electric current called microcurrent, which is also used to treat muscles and joints, so it is recommended to check for the presence of microcurrent when purchasing a facial massager.

4) Choose by Functionality

There are a variety of facial massagers on the market, each with different functions.

If you check the functions you need before choosing a facial massager, you will be able to buy one without hesitation.

Is it waterproof?
If you want to use your facial massager while soaking in the bath, make sure that it is waterproof.

If it is waterproof, you can wash the facial massager and keep it clean.

Can it be used for more than just the face?
If I'm going to buy a facial massager, I want to take care of my whole body! We recommend facial massagers that can also be used on the body.

It can be used not only for your face, but also for your arms and waist.

A single facial massager can treat not only your face, but your entire body, making you feel like you're getting a bargain.

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