The Fyola Facial Massager is manufactured and sold by Chi Activate. Chi Activate is an online storefront that sells beauty care, pain care, aromatherapy, sleep solutions and more. The storefront does not specialize in antiaging or skin care products at this time.
There is an official website for the Chi Activate products. The Fyola Facial Massager sells on the website for $289 and comes with a free Poly Gel for use with the massager. The website includes a return policy, refund policy, contact information and testimonials for the products sold on the website.
According to the Chi Activate website, the Fyola Facial Massager is a product that covers every aspect of aging in one machine. Need wrinkles reduced? The Fyola Facial Massager can do that. Need to reduce cellulite on the body? The Fyola Facial Massager can do that too. As a matter of fact, there isn’t much the Fyola Facial Massager cannot do according to the website.
The Fyola Facial Massager works with six different mode settings. These are cleansing, massaging, nutrition, lifting, whitening and wrinkle care. There are also warnings on the website for people who are pregnant, wearing a pacemaker, have cancerous tumors or heart disease. This was a bit disturbing to us because massagers do not normally have anything to do with cancer or heart disease. Upon a closer look, this could be due to the use of negative and positive electric currents to increase the absorption of nutrients into the skin. But this is just a guess because the Fyola Facial Massager does not tell why these people should be warned.
- There is an official website.
- The product comes with a one year warranty and 30 day money back guarantee.
- There are strong warnings on the website for a massager.
- The Fyola Facial Massager is very expensive.
- There is no proof the product works better than any other massagers.
- The testimonials do not include before and after photos which is a necessity with skin care products.
The Bottom Line
The Fyola Facial Massager is a product that we cannot support. Spending nearly $300 for a massager that does not offer proof, before and after photos or an explanation about why people with cancer or heart disease should not use the product.
We tend to support products that publish trials and information that the consumer can use to make an educated decision. The Chi Activate website publishes a lot of hype with little support. This is the type of prodcut that may truly work, but just does not give the consumer enough to make a good buying decision. The lack of a known collagen booster or fine line reducer is another strike against the Fyola Facial Massager.