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Most people think that  unless you have mutant powers like those of the X-Men's villain Mystique, or that of Benjamin Button's, the only way to look drastically younger than you already do is to have your face fixed by a professional.

But today we found a device that can actually give you a new face by bringing your old face back! 

And it may just be the next big thing in the cosmetic world, because, let's face it, plastic surgery is very expensive and Botox can have some nasty side effects.

The device we are talking about is a device made by a company called Nuface that promises to lift all your worries away and iron out all the wrinkles and problems that comes with traditional beautification procedures. It's cheaper than a face lift and probably carries a different set of side effects from Botox.

And the best thing about it is that you can do it yourself. 

Anyway, the gadget we're talking about is the Trinity Facial Toning Device. By the name of the product, we can assume it is used for the face. 

Not wanting to take anything on face value, let us investigate further.

Looking at the picture, the Trinity Facial Toning Device has two mysterious metallic spheres that only leaves more questions about the name of this obscure contraption.

Having learned absolutely nothing about the gizmo by just looking at the pictures, we decided to read what the seller has to say about this futuristic device:

"Restoring facial muscles has never been easier with Trinity Facial Toning Device. The device works by delivering gentle soft wave impulses that strengthen and restore the facial muscles responsible for the look of the face. Trinity Facial Toning Device will allow beauty seekers to easily stimulate and strengthen the muscles in the face. The end result: An improved lift and tone."
 
From what I understand, this gadget blasts your face to the past by zapping it with some sort of energy wave that will magically make you look years younger than you are now.  
 
Exactly how and why these waves make you look younger is still a mystery, but luckily, when research proves futile, you can always look at reviews! And in the end, reviews are all that matters to most right? 
 
Not that you would need it, but the big question remains; how much would a gadget that promises to turn back time (and only on the body part that is your face) be worth? Well, as of writing, the Facial Toning Device will cost you between $272.40 to  $345. Seems like a tight face and a tight budget doesn't go hand in hand these days, but it's the price you pay for beauty. 

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