Jennifer Aniston and and Miranda Kerr love this £150 facial gadget which is 'better than botox'

Celebs like Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Alba have spoken about their love for CurrentBody's NuFACE Mini device, which uses microcurrent technology to sculpt and de-puff the facial contours.

Miranda Kerr also mentioned the device in a wedding day prep video that she created last year for Vogue.

But what is the device, and how does it work?

CurrentBody's product expert, Emily Buckwell, explains: "The NuFACE Mini is often referred to as the 'five-minute face lift', as users can always see results within just five minutes of their first use.

"The microcurrent in the gadget works to tone facial contours to the same level as it would in a professional treatment."

The NuFACE has been clinically proven to improve facial contour within just one use – and uses exactly the same technology that dermatologists and aestheticians use.

It should be swiped along the jawline, neckline, forehead and cheekbones in upwards motions every day for 60 days to see maximum results.

  • CurrentBody NuFACE Mini, £150, from CurrentBody.com – buy it now

The aim of the device is to smooth and tone the skin, while also strengthening the facial muscles to prevent future skin-sagging and wrinkles.

Jennifer Aniston has also said that she is a fan of microcurrent technology for keeping her skin looking youthful and radiant.

She told InStyle.com: "If you don't workout, eventually everything drops. Microcurrent facials are like little workouts for your face."

Jessica Alba also waxed lyrical about the product in an interview with Byrdie: "I love this device and attachment.

"I use a professional version of the device in my facials.

"The microcurrent technology helps improve facial contour, tone skin, and reduce wrinkles."

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