The Rejuvenique Facial Toning System consists of a funny looking electronically controlled mask and a container of conductive Enriched Toning Gel.
The mask contains 26 gold-plated contact points which are spring loaded to conform to almost any size of face. A washable headband keeps the mask comfortably on your face so you have two hands free to read or do other things during the 15 minute treatment sessions.
I have had my toning mask for more than five years, and don't use it as often as I should. When I use it, I can feel the muscles and circulation in my face get a work out.
The treatment sessions consist of four repetitions of electric micro pulses being sent to 12 different facial zones represented by some combination of the contact points against your face. The power is provided by a 9 volt battery (one was included with my unit).
The Pulsation Control knob on the hand unit allows you to set the intensity of the pulses from imperceptible to downright uncomfortable. You should feel the charges as they exercise your face muscle. After a few minutes during my first use of the mask I became accustomed to the electrical stimulation.
Don't use the unit immediately before you plan to go to work or on a date; you need to wash the conductive gel off your face and it takes 15 minutes for the little dots caused by the contract points to disappear.
Linda Evans is (or at least was) the celebrity spokesperson for the product. She claims you should see results in 2 to 3 months when using the system 3 or 4 times a week.
An owner's manual and instructional video is included.