UK facial fitness brands are set to hit the shelves for the first time with the launch of two new products.
Facial Fitness devices are aimed at the young generation and offer an easy-to-use, low-cost alternative to expensive, more expensive devices such as the Jawbone UP or Jawbone Up2.
The products have been created by facial fitness company, FacePuck.
The company’s founders have been working on facial fitness devices for more than a decade and are well known for their innovation.
“Our founders and employees have built a unique product for young adults,” said John Wilson, founder and CEO of FacePump.
“Our products are a great value, so we decided to make it available to anyone.”
FacePump, which launched in October 2015, has now produced over 50 products.
Its range of facial fitness fitness products includes the Jawbones UP and UP2, Jawbone Motion, Jawbonge and Jawbone XS, and the JawBone Up3.
The facial fitness device range is available at retailers including Amazon, Apple, Best Buy and Walmart.
The new Jawbone products are aimed to attract younger consumers.
Wilson said they are being marketed towards younger people in particular as they have more disposable income.
“We wanted to get people talking about what our products can do,” he said.
“As our brand grows, we want to offer the products for people that are younger and can use them, too.
The Jawbone is an easy product to use, easy to set up, and we think it will appeal to the younger demographic.”
The products are currently available on Amazon in the UK and in the US for a price of £69.99.
They will be launched in the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
“The new products will be available to US consumers in the coming weeks,” said Wilson.
The products include a Jawbone motion sensor and a Jawbones motion controller, which are powered by a micro USB port.
The device can be used to measure and track the movement of the face, and is able to recognise people in the room by measuring their movements.
The motion sensors also measure facial movements, such as eye contact and head position.
The controllers are designed to work with other products like Jawbone Fitness and Jawbon.
Females will be able to control the devices by swiping or tapping the device.
The face will be tracked and the user will be alerted to movements in their face by an on-screen notification.
The Jawbone up3 is the most expensive of the new Jawbones.
The product retails for £129.99 and comes with a 3,000mAh battery and comes in black, white and grey.