By and  on August 22, 2014

Abs and thighs aren’t the only body parts that need exercise and stimulation in order to tone up. With StriVectin’s debut skin-care device, the company is hoping to preserve facial muscle mass.

“We wanted to get to the genesis of why facial muscles tend to lose tone as we get older,” said JuE Wong, chief executive officer of StriVectin. “We asked ourselves: what do facial trauma victims do after a car accident?”

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