The main difference between the DermaWand and the FaceMaster is that the former creates enriched oxygen as it works, which cleanses and purifies skin, whereas the FaceMaster does not. Suzanne Somers endorses FaceMaster, however.
Although the manufacturers of the FaceMaster and the DermaWand use different terminology to explain how each machine works, the machines are quite similar. The FaceMaster delivers low pulses of electricity, or microcurrents, into the facial muscles. This causes the muscles to contract and tighten. Results, such as a noticeable reduction in wrinkles and sagging, are immediately visible and last long term.
The DermaWand stimulates the skin with radio frequencies. The subsequent massage and delivery of enriched oxygen helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Radio frequencies are electromagnetic in nature, so the agent is not so different from the microcurrents that the FaceMaster emits. Microcurrents potentially encourage the production of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, which helps the body to create collagen and elastin, according to FaceMaster.com.
DermaWand is safe to use around the eyes and lips and, with consistent use, possibly lifts eyebrows, removes skin folds around the eyes, diminishes cheek puffiness, reduces pore size and softens laugh lines. Both DermaWand and FaceMaster use low amplitudes, which makes each system appropriate for everyday use. Treatments with each machine are less than five minutes.