Letsip® V1 Complete with handle and recharger

With the Letsip V-series, the smallest mouth pieces can be used as stimulation pens on the treatment areas, during the regulating therapy of Orofacialis. ( width 20mm/.78").

Produktnr: 215781

$172.72

Therapy is often conducted by a number of different people, meaning the pressure used during facial stimulation can vary. At Letsip, we have remedied this through the use of cleverly designed equipment. 

The strong sonic vibrations from the Letsip V-series penetrate deeply into the musculature and promote increased activity, especially if quick impulse changes are given.

The long term stimulation of the same muscles, will also reduce tension and tone. 

The handle has five different settings: Strong, Medium, Sensitive, Pulse 1 and  Pulse 2.

Sonic pulse : up to 48.000 impulses/min.

A USB charger cable is included, along with one V-Series handle and 6 mouthpieces.

Note: At this time a wall plug is only offered to our Scandinavian and European customers. Should you live outside of these regions and also wish to have a wall plug, please get in contact with us so that we can arrange to get you one. 

Suitable for: Facial paralysis, Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and many other related illnesses which affect the muscles. Please get in touch with us should you wish to obtain more information. 

Related exercises

Stabilising the cheeks by rounding the lips.

Pull out the corners of the mouth and stabilise the cheek on the opposite side. Practice this exercise by rounding the lips out and closing the mouth.

Stimulation of musculature: Cheek 1

Trigger the cheek muscles for stronger, tighter muscles. This is achieved as vibrations reach deeply into one of the main "smile" muscles (Zygomaticus major).

Stimulation of musculature: Cheek 2

Trigger the cheek muscles for stronger, tighter muscles. This is achieved as vibrations reach deeply into one of the main "smile" muscles (Zygomaticus minor)

Stimulation of musculature: Cheek 3

Tighten the mouth's muscles by triggering the muscle to pull itself in tighter. IThis function is very important for breathing through the nose and mimicry. (m. Levator Labii Superioris elaeque nasi)

Stimulation of musculature: Cheek 4

Trigger the cheek muscles for stronger, tighter muscles. This is achieved as vibrations reach deeply into one of the main "smile" muscles (Levator anguli oris).

Stronger lips through exercising both sides

Exercise by rounding out the lips and closing the mouth, and by pulling the corners of the mouth out. This stabilises the cheek on the opposite side. Pout but don't tighten the chin!

Stimulating the lips

Trigger the muscles in the lips to tighten and pull in together. The stimulation of the upper lip is particularly important as it can easily becoming passive, leading to an over active jaw and chin.

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