Tripollar Stop Vx review: is it better than Stop X or NuFACE?

Is the latest Tripollar at home device just as amazing as the previous versions or other brands? Let’s find out

Author: Jenny Wu
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  1. Ay says:

    Hi there! Can you share what helped you decide on Tripollar versus other RF devices like Newa?

    • Jenny says:

      Hi Ay, not gonna lie, a big part of why I went with Tripollar was because reviews said it was the most comfortable of all RF devices (this was before I even knew about Medicube)! I’ve heard that the Newa can fluctuate between burning and no sensation at all, and I knew that if the device was any bit unpainful I wouldn’t be able to commit to using it.

  2. Hailey says:

    I start with high rf mode (two green lights) but it wont stay on stable. The level turns low and high automatically during the treatment. Is this normal?

  3. Theresa says:

    Do you still have a discount code for the tripollar?

  4. Theresa says:

    Thank you for the review! I would like to purchase one!

    Do you still have a coupon code?

  5. Robert says:

    I had the orgiinal Stop X Rose for a couple weeks, but was able to get the Stop Vx while it was on a flash sale on amazon for the same price as the regular Stop X. The Microcurrent is very strong and kind of painful, especially the closer you get towards your mouth area it seems. However, I noticed an immediate firming action after the ELV or whatever its called. I’m only maybe a month in and have noticed improved tightness and plumping of the skin. Fine lines are diminishing some, but I don’t expect them to be dramatically reduced until I’ve been on Stop Vx for a couple months or so. Also, I’ve been using the Stop Vx with Red Light Therapy sessions and it’s really made a world of difference. The Red Light speeds up the healing and redness after a Stop Vx session for sure. It’s improved skin texture, tone, and tightness in the upper neck region. So these two types of therapy pair really well together! Thanks

    • Jenny says:

      That’s awesome that you were able to get a good deal! And yes, the ELV is painful but if you can power through it the results are great, I hope you do see improvements in fine lines in the long run as well! Also that’s great to know about pairing the Stop Vx with Red Light Therapy, I’ll be investing in an LED mask soon and look forward to using them together!

  6. Angela says:

    Thank you so much for writing this! I had seen it on Amazon and ouch the price was really high. I read this article and was considering purchasing it regardless (I had it in my cart at the site you linked, and your coupon does work). Got to the point of purchasing and decided to sleep on it. This morning I got up and hit “refresh” on the Amazon page for it, and like some kind of miracle, they were having a flash sale on it. I purchased it for almost half off! So I’m really excited. Thanks for the information, and being my good luck charm!

    • Pat says:

      @Angela, this just happened to me as well. I had the tab opened for a few days and today I got the device for $400 AUD less. Definitely worth waiting for a deal. Can’t wait to start using it.

    • Jenny says:

      Yay I’m so glad you got a great deal on it! I hope you’ll enjoy the tool as much as I do!

  7. Anne says:

    My jaw line is my main area of concern right now, but it does sound uncomfortable, I am not sure if I am willing to risk that, especially given the price. I have the NuFace and struggle to use it consistently, so I should probably not pay twice as much for something else.

    Anne from Doctor Anne

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