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Does the DermaWand really work?

  • GSB
  • Fairhope, AL
  • 6 years ago

I've watched the infomercial for DermaWand and wonder what results "real" people are having? If you've used the DermaWand would you please let me know what you think?

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Anyone can tell me how Dermawand it Works? Does improve the collagen production? I´m 43 years old and I think I look older than my age, so I want to prove something that helps different from surgery.
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This may cause a temporary lift from just pulling and lifting by using the product. But, it is too small to garner any real, long term results. The machines in Dr's offices are much higher powered. Unfortunately, the only real way to prevent aging and get younger skin is to use sun block and limit sun exposure, hydrate often, eat many fruits and vegetables, cut out sugars, exercise, do not smoke, minimal ETOH and sad to say, get botox, facelifts, neck lifts and fillers. Some strong prescription creams such as Retin A,etc, can also help reveal the newer skin below and help to stimulate collagen but, again, this is medical strength.Most OTC creams have very little of the active ingredients to do much good. They will hydrate, but that is about it. Heredity, also plays a role how your skin ages. Look at your parents and you can see how you will age. But the bottom line is, the Derma Wand is not worth the money and you will probably see minimal results. Just another product that promises a lot but is just really a placebo that won't be worth what they charge , in the long run.
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Losing weight as you get older is HEALTHY in many cases but has the unfortunate side effect of causing sag in the face -- so unfair! It happened to me too. Microcurrent will NEVER help fix stuff like a saggier neck, although it can in the right hands do great stuff for a TINY bit of sag. After a certain point docs say just face lift and nothing else will help. Not ultherapy, not microcurrent -- after a certain point, these aren't going to be beneficial enough....I think it's more for making yourself feel a tiny bit better about the old face in the mirror, rather than any actual great difference. You have to really, really squint to see any good difference with things like microcurrent. And most of us don't have the eyesight good enough -- heck you need a microcscope for that!
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I've been using Dermawand for more than 1-1/2 years now and I tell you, I notice a significant change in my face. I am 59 years old and since I started using Dermawand, the lines under my eyes can hardly be seen at all. People ask me all the time what I do or what moisturizer I am using because I look much younger than my age. (No botox or whatever because I am so scared of needles!). My routine: every night, no matter how tired I am, before going to sleep, I put undereye cream, moisturizer all over my face and neck cream then I use the Dermawand. After that, while my face is still tingling, I put moisturizer and massage my face for a few seconds. Sometimes, I do it in the morning also but very seldom since I am a very busy woman...got not much time to do it. How much more if I use it in the morning religiously? You, women, out there, be patient and maybe follow my routine! This is the best 'investment' I made for my face! :)
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Hey mackerel, any before and after shots??Nah!! I didnt think so....just another fishy bogus story name...but with a sense of humor ...why else would you call yourself Mackerel....or is that that just another red herring from Simon who has erased his emails after admitting that that he works for the organisation...along with my other emails about the concept of evidence and efficiacy and validity of studies
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Sorry, I meant Scot...where did you go Scot...and all those company sales numbers that you quoted....ps yes I am a bona fide every day person
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I have been using Dermawand for a couple of years and have noticed a big difference in my skin. I use it in the morning and at night. It works for me! I am not affiliated with the dermawand company.
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from what choice magazine found when they tested and anyone I know who has been willing to admit to trying it...you would the same or better results with a vibrator...there is a joke in there but I dont think it would be published.
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Actually if you are referring to choice magazine on the internet site they posted two photos of the ladies who used it.the ladies apparently claim they did not see a result. I don't know why they can't because in the photos there is a difference. Users who reviewed that page also stated they could see the diff and some reviewers said they were happy. So I don't know how they can post up pics claiming the device does not work if the pics tell a diff story.thats if we are talking about the same site.
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There are hundreds of skin care creams on the market. each company claiming that their products is great and if used properly over a period of time you will see results. You buy the cream ,try it don't like it so you move on to the next. Another person may try the cream like it and stick with it. If you have tried the dermawand used it and believe it does not work ,that is fine. But that does not mean other people are not seeing results. I use the derma wand and I like it. Even if it makes a diff for a few hours it's good enough for me. It's not killing my time and it's a one off purchase that lasts a long long time. You pay for foundation so your skin can look great.you buy mascara so your eyelashes look longer, you buy blush so your checks glow. All this is an ongoing purchase.And it's only temporary because at the end of the day you will wash it off and your actual skin complexion reveals itself. You repurchase all this stuff because you like the way your face looks when you apply it. And it's only temporary. So what is the diff with the derma wand. there is a chance that your skin will improve. You may wake up one morning and realise that your complexion looks better than it did a month or two months ago. I saw results ,it doesn't matter how small I see it and no I don't need a magnifying glass to see it. I'm not sagging in the face yet. But when I do and notice it doing nothing for me I will stop and find something else.simple. Hopefully by that time we won't need plastic surgery because some genius has invented some miracle cream that works like surgery! For anyone that has sagging and used the derma WANd and has seen results please post on this site.thank you.
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Just want to say one more thing I have acne prone skin. A couple of weeks ago I had my chin and top lip waxed and i had a very very bad reaction. I used the derma wand to zap the zits and pimples away.2weeks later ,of course with my usual skin regime I have seen a massive reduction in the size of the zits and pimples. And yes I have taken photos over the two week period every evening . As is said I'm not claiming that the dermawand on its own ,you need to use other products. For minimising pimples I do believe it has helped me a great deal.
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Well...here's how I see it as someone who has made impulse buys and regretted it (this was one of them.) If you are the type who likes to find your hair stylist on a street corner holding a single box of Clairol in her hand, calling out to all who pass that she will turn them into Giselle Bundchen with said box, then by all means spend/waste your cash. Do NOT bother going to the actual dermawand site to find any scientific, helpful info about this device. They stupidly say in huge letters on the official site that a microcurrent device is radio frequency -- in fact it seems to be their main point -- which is simply not the case from what i have garnered. I was shocked at just how much these people are getting away with....I mean, why haven't they gotten their pants sued off? I spotted at least three blatant falsehoods in their front page official ad alone. And forget getting any knowledgeable people on the phone (yes, I called.) Microcurrent according to docs is b.s. for the most part, but there are some studies that show use for at least temporary lifting -- from what I found not only in studies but in real life. Look into it; it has to do with ATP, training the right muscles, sculpting, etc., although I am not sure how much evidence there is backing these claims. I would NEVER go to dermawand for this because there are far better devices out there like Pico or even buying a great used one on Ebay. At least, this is what a few professionals told me. Do some research before falling for some alleged quick fix with fraudulent business practices.
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umm....I assume u are joking, or I hope so? Independent clinical study means it was commissioned and run by the people selling the darn device! THIS is what independent clinical study means, and you would really have to be an extremely naive child to think that this means it "works." Seriously? I have been told I am naive and gullible and even I know this is simply an AD. If someone is wearing a doctor's coat and saying there is a study, this does NOT mean it is safe. Hell, sometimes there IS a doctor wearing a doctor's coat and there are ACTUAL double-blind studies run with no bias and even THOSE are flawed and wrong. I will now run a study showing that I am incredibly beautiful according to my cat and my dog, and prove that I am therefore incredibly beautiful since they adore me and follow me wherever I go, everywhere! Yep, independently run clinical study, recorded on camera, so proven --- yey I am pretty.
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OK games up and sales are clearly going down as people wise up to the fallacious claims..and we see these desperate attempts to rebut the obvious truth by bogus consumers like ... Tammy bogus (at best you are a stooge for supplier). The people on this site are not that stupid...are you? ... or are you just lacking the necessary tertiary education or IQ to work what independent means and want qualifies as a study rather than highly selective purely subjective and oft factitious anecdotes...really now...statements like my 15 year thinks so ...do nothing rather than cast further doubt on not just the efficacy of the product but the ethics of the distributing company. The study u are referring to is about as independent as a new born child. Choice magazine (Australia) on the other hand is a fiercely independent publication that rigorously goes about its assessment of all products tested Site wont let me provide the link but you can all just google
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Hey Scot, when it comes to cosmetic substances and devices ...the role of the FDA is only concerned about objecting to a product on the grounds of SAFETY and fitness for use...they are not actually saying anything about the efficacy of the product when they approve something (ie does the product actually do what its says it will do) ...otherwise there would be all the other rubbish on the market (that we see on the those trashy infomercial things that dribbled out the USA along with obesity) ....talk to me about levels of evidence and scholarly articles from respected journals or other respected publications (no this does not mean readers digest or some that those fugly Kardashian bimbos are endorsing for megabucks)
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big deal is spot on ..big money!
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It the independent lab a golden lab or a black lab...:-)
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there is probably a 5% return because many people do not bother returning it all together since you have to pay a fee to do so. So they fight for returning this product is relative
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your dog is only allowed to give his opinion or test the product he is a Lab! Woof Woof!!
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haha good one.....he is a CHOCOLATE lab. The best tasting kind!
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I agree but I wouldn't trust any other so said product no matter what!! A lost of money I would never do again even if they told me it would take longer that's what convinced me to keep it.
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thank u, ur cat and ur dog for this clinical study..it was helpful, and hilarious. lol
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I have used the derma wand not many times , but when used yes I have seen results. I'm not sure if I've posted here before but I use almond castor olive and other high quality oils to cleanse and moisturise my face.they work great keeping my skin soft ,hydrated and yes wrinkles seem less visible.however when I use my dermawand for a few day and then I cleanse with my face with oils in a circular motion I can feel dirt ,blackheads ,on my hands.they have surfaced to the top of my skin and been pulled out.yes without the dermawand this happens but when I use the dermawand I feel it more.i look at my hands and see blackheads all over my hands. And it has tightened my pores.i believe the dermawand is helping my skin a great deal. I know there are negative comments about the effects of this product but this is real results from a real customer who uses the derma wand. I'm not sure whether it decreases wrinkles ,I'm not really concentrating on that but I will post after using the dermawand for three straight months,I believe that is sufficient time to see results. As I said I believe that using oils and the dermawand work wonders for the skin.
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I've had my Dermawand for two weeks now. Been using it twice a day, and my eyelids are now starting to arch higher. I have saggy lids, but after I use the Dermawand, they are lifted a little bit. I understand that it takes time, but just wanted to share my positive results so far.
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I cannot feel the tingling when the dermawand is in direct contact with my skin - only when I hold it or hover it just above my skin - can you tell me if this is normal?
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