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Hooga Red Light Therapy Vs. Evertone Red Light Therapy Wand: A Comparative Review

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Maya Adivi • June, 2023

TheraFace Microcurrent Review

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Maya Adivi • June, 2023

TheraFace Microcurrent Review

With age, it’s common to feel like your face is sinking downwards. Loss of collagen and elastin as well as facial muscles and fat all lead to the skin looking a little looser and more tired. Thankfully, microcurrent devices help give the skin a lift through the stimulating touch of electricity. These tools help to firm up the skin while activating the muscles, providing an immediate lift along with long-term results. The TheraFace microcurrent device is one tool that lets you enjoy this technology at home, but there are many others. In this post, we’ll compare the TheraFace Microcurrent with Evertone’s own microcurrent device, the Everlift, to help you decide which will be best for you!

Table Of Contents

  • 1. TheraFace Microcurrent Review
  • 2.Evertone Red Light Therapy Facial Device
  • 3. Evertone vs. TheraFace Microcurrent Pros and Cons
  • 4. TheraFace Microcurrent vs. Evertone
  • 5. Evertone vs. TheraFace Microcurrent: Which To Buy?
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TheraFace Microcurrent Review

TheraFace is a facial device from Therabody, which is a brand largely known for its hand-held percussive massager. The brand’s first hit product, the Theragun, is designed to help release tight muscles and encourage lymphatic drainage.

  The TheraFace device is unique - it has a base similar to the Theragun, that comes with several heads. The heads attach to the TheraFace base, allowing for many kinds of treatments. A lot of the heads are percussive, much like the original Theragun, providing a deep massage that can relax facial muscles. One of the heads emits a skin-stimulating electric current, which we will focus on throughout this TheraFace microcurrent review.

 Evertone Red Light Therapy Facial Device

Evertone offers products with head-to-toe benefits, using ingredients and technologies that are proven to work. Its line of devices features the Everlift, an affordable microcurrent device that works on contact to encourage the renewal of collagen and elastin while helping to firm and depuff the skin.

  Evertone’s line features other tools, though - the Infrawave is another popular device that combines microcurrent and red light energy. It stimulates the skin on an even more holistic level, to significantly boost collagen production while providing a milder lift.

Evertone vs. TheraFace Microcurrent Pros and Cons

Evertone Pros Evertone Cons TheraFace Pros TheraFace Cons
Affordable Single functionality Powerful Expensive
Easy to use Interchangeable heads Must buy the full kit at first
Gentle Firms, lifts, and tightens the skin
Firms, lifts, and tightens the skin

TheraFace Microcurrent vs. Evertone Microcurrent Facial device


To decide between TheraFace and Evertone Everlift, it’s important to go factor by factor and keep in mind what’s important for you.

 Technology and Mechanism
The TheraFace Microcurrent and Evertone Everlift both feature a similar mechanism. The two devices are both designed with metal nodes that help deliver a gentle yet targeted electric current to the skin and muscles. The domes fit comfortably over the contours of the face, allowing for a very intuitive treatment.

  The microcurrent settings are a little different, though. The Evertone Everlift has three microcurrent settings that go up to 350 microamps. This is enough to dramatically lift and tone the skin, but it’s not high enough for the electricity to be felt. The TheraFace device goes up to 500 microamps, which can generate a little bit of discomfort.

Customizability and Additional
Feature The TheraFace is a highly customizable tool, thanks to the several treatment attachments. In addition to the microcurrent head, it also comes with three massagers, a cleansing brush, and an LED light attachment. The Everlift is decidedly simple - it’s designed purely to emit a microcurrent, for those who are exclusively interested in improving their facial contours and achieving firmer, more lifted skin.

  That said, Evertone also produces the Infrawave, a 4-in-1 treatment wand that combines light therapy, microcurrent, heat, and vibrational massage all into one treatment. Unlike the TheraFace, the Infrawave makes it possible to enjoy all treatments at the same time, for a faster treatment with a variety of benefits.

 Cost
As is often the case, the biggest separating factor between the TheraFace microcurrent and Evertone is the price tag.

The Everlift is incredibly accessible, retailing for under $100. The TheraFace is significantly more expensive. In order to purchase both the base and microcurrent ring, you will have to spend $399, which also includes percussive massager heads, an LED light head, and a cleansing brush head.

   If you believe you will use all attachments, it’s a reasonable price, but if you’re primarily interested in microcurrent technology, the cost is too high. Therabody also sells the microcurrent ring alone, but at $149 it’s more expensive than the Everlift.

 Evertone vs. TheraFace Microcurrent: Which to Buy?


If you’re purely interested in the tightening and lifting benefits offered by microcurrent, we think the Evertone Everlift is the obvious choice. After all, why spend hundreds of dollars on a bunch of different massagers and heads when your ultimate goal is youthful, firm skin?

   If you’re curious about trying LED light therapy, massage, and microcurrent, then the TheraFace makes a little more sense - in one go, you get to try a few different types of massage, along with light therapy and microcurrent.

  That said, you should also consider the Evertone Infrawave - this gentle device combines microcurrent stimulation with massage, heat, and red light therapy. Plus, you can enjoy all of these effects at the same time, whereas the TheraFace heads have to be switched out and used separately. Purchasing both the Infrawave and Everlift will still cost you less than half the price of buying the full TheraFace Pro set.

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Maya Adivi

Maya Adivi is a freelance writer with over a decade of experience working in the beauty industry. Before becoming a writer, she worked as a makeup artist and facialist with expertise in performing a broad range of advanced treatments. She champions an evidence-based approach to beauty, prioritizing real data over buzzwords or myths. She brings that love for science and research when writing for Evertone.

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Maya Adivi

Maya Adivi is a freelance writer with over a decade of experience working in the beauty industry. Before becoming a writer, she worked as a makeup artist and facialist with expertise in performing a broad range of advanced treatments. She champions an evidence-based approach to beauty, prioritizing real data over buzzwords or myths. She brings that love for science and research when writing for Evertone.