Hollywood Life featured Dr. Bruce Katz in "Lift Droopy Cheeks With A Non-Surgical ‘Facelift’ That Jessica Simpson Loved."
Now here’s the deal with EmFace. It’s only been available to patients in the U.S. for about four months and “it’s the first time that there’s been a technology that remodels facial skin by toning the muscles, taking away wrinkles, and giving the face more life,” explains dermatologist Dr. Bruce Katz, Director of the Juva Skin & Laser Center, in NYC.
Dr. Katz has treated about 20 patients with EmFace since the treatment has been available and relays that he and his staff have seen impressive results. “It takes five or 10 years off a patient’s looks.” One of those patients agrees, telling me, “I want to age gracefully. My appearance is important to me and I want to be well groomed,” explains Diane, a filmmaker, director, and artist, who describes herself as a “mature person,” who had no interest in doing surgeries and risking looking “strange”...
“When we exercise, we contract the muscles and stimulate muscle growth. This is like exercise on steroids,” explains Dr. Katz. EmFace “does contractions 20 times faster (than you do with exercise). It continually contracts the facial muscles as if it’s exercising them against resistance. These contractions increase the muscle mass in the face, restores lift to the face. It also stimulates collagen production and the collagen fills in the wrinkles.”