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Jennifer Aniston's luminous, flawless complexion is defying all logic, and it turns out the 50-year-old actress has an at-home beauty secret that she relies on.
The Morning Show star is a devout fan of the ZIIP device, created by her facialist Melanie Simon. Aniston showed off her newfound Instagram prowess following the Golden Globes, revealing via a tag on the social media site that her glam team used the ZIIP device on her visage before she hit the red carpet at the awards show.
What a way to start the New Year! The lovely, @jenniferaniston hit the red carpet last night for the #GoldenGlobes looking absolutely stunning... we’re so proud to be part of such a big night and in such good company! ⚡️⚡️⚡️ #ZIIP #redcarpetskin #jenniferaniston #electricfacial #ziipbeauty #skincaredevice @dior @mrchrismcmillan @angelalevinmakeup
A post shared by ZIIP (@ziipbeauty) on Jan 6, 2020 at 7:16pm PST
For those who can't visit Simon for her renowned services, the ZIIP is the celebrity-approved way to get an "electrical facial" at home by utilizing nanocurrents and microcurrents to communicate with skin cells and result in a lifted, healthy glow.
Aniston is not the only high profile fan of the gadget, either. Among ZIIP's other hype women are fellow Friends alum Courteney Cox, Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Williams, Margot Robbie and beauty mogul Huda Kattan (who once wrote that the device gives her "cheekbones in four minutes!")
But, what does a nanocurrent device actually do, in layman's terms?
Simon explained to In The Know that she created the device alongside electrical engineers, scientists, medical doctors and researchers, to boost radiance, stimulate lymphatic drainage, speed up cellular repair and kill bacteria.
This means the ZIIP can help users target multiple skin concerns such as aging skin, dark circles under the eyes, acne and pigmentation by infusing the skin with electrical waveforms to "feed back what it has lost."
Think of it like Pilates for the face, Simon continued, with your complexion left toned and contoured after use.
"We are not just stimulating muscles to see an instant improvement only to leave you dissatisfied five hours later," she explained. "ZIIP is about boosting collagen and the elastic nature of skin, along with creating a clear bright texture."
Below, Simon demonstrates how to utilize her game-changing at-home device.
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