This Viral Device Is the Secret to Nicola Coughlan's Sculpted Skin in 'Bridgerton' – Here's How You Can Grab It for a Bargain

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Dear readers, I have news from Penelope Featherington herself that you should not miss. Recently, Nicola Coughlan (who played Penelope in the hit series Bridgerton) revealed all her beauty secrets in a video with Fashion— which also happens to include the NuFace mini+ (was $242, now $200), now available as a bundle with the brand's Activating Gel and a Pro-Collagen Cream from Elemis. The skin-tightening and strengthening device has not only helped Coughlan achieve perfectly sculpted cheekbones on the show, but is also a favorite of other celebs like Kate Hudson and the editors of PureWow. Here's everything you need to know.

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The NuFace Mini+ is loved by celebs and shoppers alike for its instant face-lifting and tightening abilities, powered by microcurrent technology to stimulate muscles and skin. According to the manufacturer, the device should be used for five minutes five times a week for the first 60 days, then just two to three times a week for maintenance. But Stephanie Maida, senior commerce editor at PureWow, shares that she sees immediate results after each treatment. Maida writes, “When I first used the NuFace Mini, I swore I saw immediate results; four years later, I stand by that. Now, I'm not saying it's a miracle cure, but I will say that after each treatment, my face feels pleasantly tingly and toned, my cheekbones look more chiseled, and my right eyebrow, which a dermatologist once confirmed droops than my left, looks more lifted and on par with its neighboring brow.”

The device can also be set to different modes via the NuFace app depending on what you want to focus on, including skin tightening, instant lifting and pro-toning. You can also set reminders to stay on track and watch step-by-step tutorials.

Considering how much praise the device is getting, its smart features *and* more than $40 off (not to mention how jealous I was of Penelope's skin when I watched the final four episodes last night), it seems totally worth adding to my skincare routine. But the NuFace Mini+ bundle sale is only running all weekend, so don't waste any time if you want to snag one too. And to make your Bridgerton Beauty routine, I've linked a few more of Coughlan's favorites below.

$242; $200 at QVC

Shop more of Nicola Coughlan's beauty favourites

Joanna Czech Facial Massage


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Tatcha – The dewy skin cream


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Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Eyeshadow Palette


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Glossier Boy Brow Eyebrow Gel


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Tatcha The Kissu Lip Mask


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Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Highlighter Wand


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NuFACE Mini vs. Solawave Radiant Renewal Wand: Which Viral Skincare Device Is Better?

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