Newa Review: At-Home Skin Rejuvenation and Wrinkle Treatment

by Barb Tate

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Newa is the newest at-home tool in the battle against wrinkles and problem skin. The treatment is clinically proven to protect skin texture on the face and neck, tightening skin and smoothing wrinkles. Newa brings painless, professional-grade, non-invasive treatment to your own home.

Newa is different than lotions and creams, which only target and manipulate the superficial top layers of your epidermis. Newa permeates to the root of skin production. The applicator is gently passed along the skin of the neck and face until a vibration signals the end of the 4 minute treatment period.


Each Newa treatment lasts 4 minutes. For the first month, at least 5 applications should be performed to ensure consistent new and healthy collagen development. Subsequently, only 2 applications are necessary per week for 6 months.

The Newa applicator uses ‘3Deep’ radio-frequency (RF) technology- a safe and effective technique that has produced satisfying results in tens of thousands treatments across the globe.

The RF energy generated from collaborating positive and negative ions settle deep in the dermal tissue where collagen formation and elastin fiber fortification takes place. These safe and naturally occurring frequencies rapidly move water molecules in the skin, enabling gentle warming effects. Even though you will experience warmth down below, the surface of your skin will remain cool.


If you remain dedicated, Newa will really get the job done. In a dermal study, three independent dermatologists were asked to analyze over 6,000 before and after photographs of sixty patients who had been performing Newa treatments for 3 months. The doctors concluded that over 95% of patients exhibited visible reduction in neck and facial wrinkles.

This product is useful for developing strong neck and facial collagen regeneration over the course of 6 months. For those seeking a comprehensive quick fix to their wrinkle troubles, Newa may not be for them. Although it produces lifting and tightening with every application, it will take at least 1 month to reach the prescribed goal. Additionally, you might want to look for other products or professional treatments if wrinkling and cellulite located elsewhere on your body are your priorities. Newa only targets the neck and face and is not designed for any other part of your skin.

The Newa system is a reliable at-home option for skin rejuvenation. Contact Healthy Skin Portal for a free consultation if you are interested in this new, unique treatment! Even though at-home skin care of this degree is exciting and convenient, it is best to schedule a visit with your doctor to explore the best course of action for your epidermis. Every neck and every face is different. Research the safest and most effective options for your unique skin care at the Healthy Skin Portal!

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