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FaceGym enters the future with its disruptive motion-activated skincare


TextKamara Hakeem-Oyawoye

The four Training Sticks include motion-activated ingredients that work better the harder you work out

FaceGym has recently announced the launch of their newest skincare product, the Training Sticks, which launch next month. These handy little sticks come in four variations to cover all your skincare needs; multivitamins to recharge and hydrate, activated charcoal to detox and renew, Brazilian pink clay to brighten and glow and spirulina to lift and sculpt.

The coolest part is that they include motion-activated ingredients that work better the harder you work out. Their unique formula contains three sub-micron spheres that are released at different stages of your work out, activated by moisture and heat. Their trademarked MyoSKNFIT™ technology contains three plant stem cells that enhance the activity of other ingredients, such as antioxidants, vitamins and fatty acids, driving your skincare to work as hard as you are.

This futuristic feature is indeed the first of its kind and FaceGym’s founder, Inge Theron, promises it is their first step in developing a whole new genre of products. “Ath-beauty has already shaken the beauty world in a superficial sense, but the sector is yet to see skincare that is physically triggered and amplified by exercise. As a mother of two under five, I have a small window of time to dedicate to myself. I didn’t want to sacrifice a facial workout for a body workout or vice versa so I created something which targeted both at once. We’ve been working on our MyoSKNFIT™ formulation with a master chemist for over three years and although FaceGym has always championed the ath-beauty category we’re so excited to disrupt the industry again by introducing a new category in skincare with our next generation Training Sticks.” she explained.

From the time it's swept onto your skin, up until six hours after your work-out we're told the product will stay working it's hardest to ensure your skin is at its best.

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