Nose Right Tool Recommended by Doctors or Any Nose Exercises That Work?

Should I use the nose right tool? I have a wide nose bridge. Also what are the best times to apply this kind of tool? I noticed when I put it on stretches my skin kind of upwards, will this make my skin more loose? Also the nose exercises found on youtube where you ; put yur hands on yur cheecks and kind of press it down and make your lips as if yur kissing make your nose smaller? (any nose exercises that work?)

Doctor Answers 3

Nose tool or exercises won't reshape the nose like a Rhinoplasty

  OK, there's a gimick every minute on tv and the internet.  Rhinoplasty removes and surgically shapes with grafts and/or sutures the cartilage and bone, of the nose.  A tool or exercises have zero chance of doing anything remotely similar to what a Rhinoplasty would do.  In fact, prolonged use of a pressure type tool, could lead to weakening of the cartilage causing changes in the shape of the nose.  IMHO, you should get your money back.

Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Nose Right Tool Recommended by Doctors or Any Nose Exercises That Work?

Nasal manipulations can cause tissue laxity over time and premature droopiness. Recommend no touch technique.

Mohsen Tavoussi, MD, DO
Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 12 reviews

Nose exercises for the smaller nose

The nose right tool is new to us though we suspect you have purchased a gimmick that is very unlikely to give any meaningful result.  The nasal exercise approach is a waste of time to make the nose smaller. It is kind of like a bound foot solution to shoe size, painful and with persistence can cause lasting harm.

Best of luck,


Peter E. Johnson, MD
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
4.0 out of 5 stars 43 reviews

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