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Despite the concerns raised by a few, it seems that, given the number of reviews posted online, a lot of consumers are willing to put their money where their mouth is, so to speak. QVC.com customers give the Facial Flex a relatively high rating, with users calling it a "personal trainer for your face and neck" and "fountain of youth tool," while saying that they wouldn't be caught without it in their daily health regimen. But again, several users mention that after using the Facial Flex, they got lip lines or noticed additional sagginess around their mouth and jaw.
These users speculate that the Facial Flex may not benefit middle-aged users because their skin has less collagen than younger people. However, these comments aren't backed by scientific data, so it's hard to test the validity of this theory without clinical trials. According to the product's user manual, those who have had facial procedures or with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome should not use the product without consulting their physician.
Users posting reviews at health and beauty website Folica.com report mixed results as well. While the majority say that they've noticed that their skin is firmer and more toned, several say that the Facial Flex hasn't worked for them, and a few mention that their lines have actually gotten deeper. Yet overall, the vast majority of posters rave about the results.