How Brad Pitt Irons His Face

Princess 19 on 21 Jul 2011 at 2:00pm

Apparently, Tinseltown is all abuzz over a new gadget that "irons" out wrinkles.  If only it were that easy...

The ageLOC Galvanic Spa System II by NuSkin supposedly dissipates wrinkles and age spots on top of the normal exfoliation and toning that most facial machines out there already do. 

You have to use the recommended creams and gels (of course) for the ultimate results along with the gadget.  But, with regular use, your "rejuvenated face" should show smaller pores and less signs of aging.  According to the Daily Mail, Brad Pitt, Nicole Kidman and various other giltterati are red carpet fans.  Whip out your wrinkle zapper before Cannes?  

The device uses an electric current - along with the NuSkin creams/gels - to penetrate the skin and "transform" its appearance.  Electric current + wet gel on your face?  That does NOT sound painless.  I'd be a little skeptical and scared to try this at home.  Also frightened by the price.  At $325 (via corporate website discount) not including the basically-required creams/gels, Botox seems like a bargain.

First zapping your hair and now zapping your wrinkles at home?  You better have great confidence in your "home skills."  I'd rather visit the doctor's office.

Would you try the ageLOC Spa System? 

Photo credit: flickr By Cinemoi Cannes and NuSkin website

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I think this is a pretty sad little article. The Galvanic Spa from Nu Skin has been proven to work from the inside out as they are the only ones that have found the science to reset your genes to act more youthful. So while you may like to go to the doctor for Botox, those who use Nu Skin will actually see a natural younger look not a frozen one.
Brad Pitt is a great actor, and a good-looking man -- but his skin has always been pretty awful. He spends his fair share of time in the make-up artist's chair, that's for sure.

Doesn't seem to slow him down, though!

Does he? I wouldn't be surprised -- but he's so often referred to as such a "sexy man" that it's hard to imagine he has bad skin. Granted most of what we see is made-up or photoshopped...