Conture Kinetic Skin Toning System Review – Part 1

January 22, 2017

I promised my readers more beauty product reviews this year, and so far, we’re off to a good start.  I’ve been invited to try out the Conture Skin Enhancement System and I’m excited. My skin could use some enhancing!

This post is part one of a three part review of Conture, so that my readers can follow my experience with it.

I started out by checking out the Conture website of course.  Conture has this to say about the product:

 The Conture Kinetic Skin Toning System utilizes Isometric Compression combined with Low Frequency Vibrations to gently stimulate and tone skin for a more youthful looking appearance. This technology is similar to those used, and once only available by professionals in med-spas and skin centers. Used daily, the Conture Kinetic Skin Toning System has been clinically shown to enhance the appearance and absorption of skin. The result? Overall signs of aging, dull and tired looking skin are improved and skin is left feeling and looking radiant and more youthful.

The website goes into much more detail of the science of it if you’d like to check it out.

So my initial reaction when I open the package was, wow, that’s a lot of stuff!  When I saw the DVD, I was a bit worried.  Geez, how complicated was this going to get?  Turns out the DVD is only 3 1/2 minutes long, so I didn’t need to worry.  For sure you need to read through the instruction booklet as well, but that’s also easy to read and understand.  (Maybe you’re wondering why an English teacher is worried about easy reading?  Technical instructions and Shakespeare are very different!)

Everything about the system is high quality and attractive. I charged it up and was ready to go that evening.  It feels pleasant, like  …. sucky little kisses!  Haha … I can’t think of how else to describe it!  There are two different heads for different areas and I have the three-speed system, so that I further adjust the treatment to each specific area.

I’ve been using it less than a week and what I notice the most so far is that my skin seems to have better circulation.  I feel like my skin has more of a healthy color and glow instead of a dull pasty look.  In three more weeks, I’ll do another post, updating you on my experience, and even including before and after photos.  (Dear God, what possessed me to agree to no make-up selfies?!)

(Please don’t pin this picture! LOL.)

This post is a collaboration with Conture.  All opinions are all my own as

Try Conture yourself for 25% off with the code FASHIONSHOULDBEFUN25 and be sure to stay posted for updates on my progress!

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Dawn Lucy


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  • Reply Blery&Ily January 22, 2017 at 10:39 am

    Great post!

  • Reply Nancy Baten January 23, 2017 at 10:57 am

    Oh I am very curious hoe it is over three weeks!

  • Reply jess jannenga January 24, 2017 at 8:57 am

    Interesting Dawn. I think you skin looks great, very hydrated! I was contacted by them last summer, and because of my connective tissue disease, I decided I shouldnt do it. I look forward to seeing the process. Go Girl!
    jess xx

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