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Does the Cleo facial exerciser really work?

  • 6 years ago

Cleo face exercising ad seemed promising. I would like to find out if any one has used the cleo facial excerciser and what they thought.

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cleo have announced they are no longer selling face leads for cleo 11. does anyone know where i can get replacements when needed?
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I agree, the sub structure is strong and healthy, but wrinkles around the eyes still develop, albeit much softer than those who don't use it. The mouth really benefits too. Those annoying top lip lines diminish.
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Tip. Before starting..place your fav eye gel around your eyes and on lips.
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By doing that eoll it interfere with the sticky pads they say your face got to be clear of any products....so help
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You put the pads under the eyes. Put gel on ourter cirdets up yo the tempkes ehere crowrs feet start x
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Thank you so much. .....I want my cheek bones back but dint want to look gaunt as that can be aging...x
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Whst serium or oil do you use foreyes and lips when using cleo
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C quence eye gel by Environ 47 pouds is a good one or cheaper avene eye gel about 14 pounds. But whatever you like. Remember to pop dome on top lip.
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Your eye gel goes on Outer corners of eye no pad on that part. And top lip. I have been using this cleo for 17 years three times a week. I have experimented and found what eorks besy for me. I ambon my second machine. Believe me I would not have bothered if it didn't eork.
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Thank you.x
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I agree..I have noticed an improvement in ten days....unless its my imagination but I dont think it is
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Got to say...the Q just doesn't perform the same way Cleo Ii does. Revert back to that. The Q saves time but I have found the results aren't as good.
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Actually when I was 31 I had no wrinkles on my face, and a perfect size 10 figure, that is usually how it is at that age. I bought a cleo 2 when I was about 45 and used it. Cleo didn't work wonders wrinkle wise but it did help with the uplift, I still believe diet, good skincare and a nice smile beats any machine.
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Happiness, genetic luck, stress free life, fruits veg exercise..happiness and love...best for beauty of course,.but how many of us have it all? Our grandmothers had a pot of ponds maybe. Look what we have available to us! Some if it works but not all of it. Try, that's all we can do. You could spend fortunes and time on it. Personally, I am happy with the one product ....Cleo 2. I wouldn't bother with injectables, a horrible trap of illusion and ultimately dissatisfaction.
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Bought a Cleo 2 with everything for the body face hands ect have been very happy with it. This week I checked up on the Cleo Q and decided to buy it then a rather large vet bill came in and could not afford to buy the new Cleo, well thank goodness cos after reading the reviews I am now of out to buy some new batteries for the Cleo 2 and save myself some money as the old Cleo works perfectly well and is as good as when I bought it. Thanks to everyone who reviewed the Cleo Q it stopped me being one of the disapointed ones.
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Has anyone tried Facial Toner? It looks easy to use but I can not find any reviews on it. you can find it at anti aging web site and it is called Facial toner and it looks like set of headphones.
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Yes I bought one and it never worked from the day I had it, also it is a bit tight and doesn't seem to exercise specific areas just the whole face. Tried everything to get the thing working, no help from the people who made it so stuck with my Cleo 2.
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While waiting for your answer I got one… I am using it every day (for a month) but I don’t see any difference. It is to tight you are right and it almost feels like it is making lines on my face as it squeezes it during the exercise. Thank you for you replay.
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yes - what a waste of money. IT does not work. Don't waste your cash on them. Eat well, do facial exercises and yoga, be kind and laugh a lot with friends. These will make you look and feel younger and they work at the mental and physical level and are completely free.
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I have been using cleo 2 for about 8 years now just once a week I'm 62 but I know I don't look it I love my cleo 2.I bought the cleo Q thinking it would be an improvement on the cleo 2 how wrong I was I hated it right from the first use ended up giving it to my sister i'm sticking to my cleo 2 it really does work I have very few lines and wrinkles to prove it.I know it's expensive to keep buying the pads but you don't have to just buy a tub of conductive gel and coat the pads with it works very well.Don't hesitate to buy cleo it does really work just give it time and you will see a difference x
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Used Cleo II for 5 years - mid fifties and desperate - results were astonishing! Bought Cleo Q and agree with everyone else - lost all the tone and plumped up cheeks resulting in sags and jowls. Found another Cleo II on ebay and watched as I slowly regained the lift. Yes its expensive with leads and pads but not as much as a facial a month and the results are better. My main argument is that the manufacturers have had so much info from dissatisfied clients on the Q but still haven't modified it to give the same results as its predecessor. I think they are diversifying into selling skincare in a jar and have forgotten where their reputation was made and is now being lost!!!!!!
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Skin care is getting clever with pharmaceutical products delivering vitamins ..this n that via molecules small enough to penetrated deeper into the skin layers. But I still believe Cleo supplies more blood to the skin which gives the skin all the nutrients it needs. I do not strip my face of its oils with toner either. I do not use harsh abrasive peels or such.
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I stupidly bought the cleo Q, used it twice and to my horror it left deep set wrinkles around my eyes. When I rang and e-mailed Kayco, they were rude and unsympathetic. I knew right away there was no way I would get any of my money back, I wish I had the guts to sue them. (I had used a £30 hand held device before that with good results) I wish I'd read the reviews above before being ripped off by this awful company.
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Would you please tell me the make of the hand held devise you previously used, l was about to buy the Cleo Q until l read a few reviews like yours. l look forward to hearing from you. dollygirl

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totally agree with you. I had a cleo II and used it for years with no results, a complete con. don't believe all the advertising hype. Just do (free) facial exercise yourself and eat well and be happy- and kind- these are the best face lifts and they are free. The Cleo did nothing for me. Wish I'd given the money [ver £350 10 years ago!] - to charity - at least it would have done someone some good. never helped me- just wasted a lot of time and money.
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