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The Conture Kinetic Skin Toning System…3 Months Later

A 3 Month Review of The Conture Skin Toning System
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Being 37, I wish I would have started taking care of my skin back in my twenties.  I’m not talking treating it for your typical breakouts I’m talking about really taking care of your skin.  But alas I didn’t, and now I feel like I’m playing catch up.  The bad thing about that is so much of the damage could have been prevented, the good thing is I’ve finally begun to understand my skin and what it really needs. One of those things being an at-home skincare routine—with morning and nighttime rituals that have quickly become almost therapeutic.  

It’s safe to say that I love my products and tools; I use exfoliants, face masks, moisturizers, toners and serums galore, not to mention  cupping and dermarolling too.  So back in March, when Luminess first invited me to test its Conture Kinetic Skin Toning System and share about it on the blog, I eagerly gave it a try.

As you may remember from my previous post, the Conture system is a safe at-home tool that reminded me a lot like ones used in medical spas, with low vibrations that stimulates and tones the skin.  When using it myself I found that it had almost a light vacuum effect on the skin, gently lifting and “sucking” the targeted areas of my face, neck and décolleté.  First go around I was especially impressed with how easy it was to use; nothing complicated or painful. 

It’s been a little more than three months now that I’ve been using the Conture system, and I still find it just as easy to use as the first time and am happy to report that I’ve really noticed a difference in my skin’s appearance.  I feel like my lines are more full, and overall my skin is more fresh faced and plump.  

Another side effect I’ve loved from the system is it’s helped me to adopt a healthier skin care routine.  I usually use it about three times a week.  In the morning I focus on my smile lines and a bit on my neck, then at night I’m able to spend time focusing on every little area.  I’m talking my neck, eye, lips, chin, forehead, and any and every line I might spy.  

So if you’re asking yourself if you want to invest in an at home anti-aging tool like this, you’re going to want to pull the trigger.  The Conture system sold out last time, and it’s offered at a steal of a price right now—$149.99—marked down from its retail $299.  

If you’re like me and love using different skin care tools than this is a great one to add to your arsenal.  And if you’re a bit wary of investing in an at-home system, this is still a great beginner system for you.  The price point is great and it comes with all of the different serums you’ll apply while using it before and after.  

The Conture system is be featured on the Today’s Special Value segment of QVC® TODAY at its special discounted price.  Tell me, who’s ready to try it out?!  Truly, MKR

ADDITIONAL CREDITS:

Photography, Haley Sheffield for Waiting on Martha | This post is in collaboration with Luminess Air, a brand we love and adore.  All opinions are 100% our own. 

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