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WHAT’S THE LATEST & GREATEST IN COSMETIC SKINCARE? THIS DERMATOLOGIST SAYS IT’S ALL ABOUT A POWERFUL NEW AT-HOME DEVICE

Dr. R. Sonia Batra, a cosmetic, medical and surgical dermatologist in Santa Monica, CA, and frequent guest on the hit show, The Doctors, needs to stay up to date on all developments in the skin care business. Read what she has to say about a new skin care device, called JeNu, that she’s now using “every day.”

Nowadays, you can buy anything online—including, alarmingly,
micro needling kits. As a dermatologist who performs micro needling procedures in my office, this really concerns me.

In case you’re unfamiliar with it, micro needling is something we do only in a medical setting. Besides stimulating collagen, the procedure disrupts the skin’s barrier. That might sound like an odd thing to want to do, but we do it in order to help increase the skin’s ability to absorb treatment products that are applied immediately after the procedure. After all, the skin’s primary function is to act as a barrier and keep the outside world, outside. And it’s really good at its job.

Isn’t there a better way?

Skin care companies have made great advances in the last decade or so, with a tremendous focus on powerful new ingredients. Unfortunately, when it comes to delivery of active ingredients, treatment products do need a bit of a nudge. Although skin care brands have tried to solve this problem with technology that’s in the creams and serums themselves, attempts to better deliver active ingredients have proven no match for the skin’s barrier. Most active ingredients that we apply topically continue to sit atop the skin before they evaporate. That’s why the results you see from your topical products often take so long to see, and often fall short of your expectations.

At-home ultrasound:
Beauty’s next big thing

When it comes to at-home devices, I tend to be a bit of a skeptic. In my experience, I haven’t seen much of a happy medium between at-home microneedling (unsafe for so many reasons) and your standard beauty gadget (which lacks any relevant clinical proof). But when a new device called the JeNu Ultrasonic Infuser was brought to my attention, and I read through its clinical data, I wanted to give it a try.

Interestingly, the JeNu Infuser utilizes painless ultrasound technology—something that’s been used in a medical setting for decades—to increase the skin’s ability to absorb treatment products.

And it’s been clinically proven to do so by three times. It’s also pain-free, won’t cause redness, swelling,
or downtime, and requires just a minute of your time.

When I tried it, I liked it so much that I asked all my staff to give it a try as well, and they loved it, too. Because it’s so easy to incorporate into a daily beauty regimen—really, it’s just a more efficient way to apply the products you already use—I am still using my JeNu every day. In terms of outcome, I’ve noticed a much greater return on the products I’m using.

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16 Comments

  • Reply Tawanda C April 14, 2015 at 7:33 pm

    has anyone tried this? does it work?

  • Reply MONDAY MUST HAVE | JENU’S ULTRASONIC INFUSER – Beauty By The Ages April 20, 2015 at 5:25 pm

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  • Reply CAN STABBING YOUR FACE WITH TINY NEEDLES BE THE ANSWER TO FLAWLESS SKIN? – Beauty By The Ages April 28, 2015 at 6:55 pm

    […] possible from using a well-formulated skin care routine.” Given the risks, I’m sticking with my well-formulated skin care routine. No needles […]

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  • Reply celyn June 20, 2015 at 3:58 am

    i try many times a pro active+ it did not work from my pimples i still have many pimples i do not know what to do on my pimples

    • Reply Rose Ann September 7, 2015 at 9:25 pm

      RENU 28 can help your body heal itself–including your skin issues.

    • Reply Skylar October 20, 2015 at 8:34 pm

      do you have the occasional pimple or acne? You should see a your doctor as it can be treated with the right products and sometimes antibiotics work. Don’t pick at the blemishes and overuse all kinds of products, you’ll worsen it and cause scarring.

  • Reply liz johnson August 12, 2015 at 1:55 pm

    hi wanted to know if home skin tighting systems , I have nuface , can end up sagging the fine lines. Im not sure if it is working or not. thx, lizzy

    • Reply Tabitha August 12, 2015 at 8:20 pm

      HI Lizzy,
      That’s an interesting question. Let us do some research.

  • Reply A DERMS REAL TRICKS FOR GETTING BETTER RESULTS OUT OF YOUR SKIN CARE PRODUCTS – Beauty By The Ages September 3, 2015 at 7:01 pm

    […] it’s safe, easy, pain-free, and, above all, effective. In fact, it’s been proven to on average triple the absorption of common skin care products. We’ve all noticed a much greater return on the products we use […]

  • Reply Carolyn October 24, 2015 at 3:40 pm

    Has anyone used this device on forearms that bruise easily?

  • Reply Dermaset anti-aging November 1, 2015 at 11:29 am

    Very good post. I’m facing a few of these issues as well..

  • Reply eye serum November 10, 2015 at 2:14 pm

    Yes! Finally someone writes about skin care device.

  • Reply Karen January 31, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    Can this be used on the scalp?

    • Reply Editor February 2, 2016 at 12:34 am

      HI Karen, I don’t think it has been tested on the scalp; however the scalp is skin so it should work fine. I guess it depends what products and ingredients you are using and for what purpose. I’d consult with your dermatologist.

  • Reply Lora Tincher February 18, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    Is there any affect with vitiligo? Reduce swelling so the pigment will reappear?

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