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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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I bought DermaWand only, no add ons You don't need them. Use your own serums.
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What did you as a serum?
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thanks guys, you all just saved me $120 plus S&H of course!
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Just managed to add pic, taken 2 weeks ago. I will be 60 in November
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Ps. I have had Thermage on my face around 5 years ago, at a cost of £2500. Prohibitive amount of money, with little or no result. Get a DermaWand, use it daily , it uses same radio frequency as Thermage at fraction of price and unlimited number of uses
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I would like to have one ? Should I get it?
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That is entirely up to you. I'm just saying that I think it does what it says. But someone else might have different results. What would one beauty treatment cost? Same as a DermaWand which you have for years :)
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Dermawand is radio frequency? Are you sure? And does it hurt the way Thermage does? How can it not? Thermage melts FAT -- not everyone wants that on their face.
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It doesn't hurt, unless the wand is lifted from skin, then you feel a zap. Thermage is used to tighten not melt fat. Or so I was told. Google it :)
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I don't need to, it has been proven to melt fat (although women were usually not happy with this in the face area.) Which is why I would not do thermage, from fear of melting fat. If it uses the same exact method as thermage -- at the same temperature -- it will melt fat, and not just tighten. If it DOES NOT use the same exact method and temperature as Thermage I don't see how it could tighten. Hence the problem. The FDA would never allow something to be sold as strong as Thermage or other in-office procedures....but you would need something that works at that high of a degree to work to begin with. Although I was under the impression that the dermawand used an entirely different frequency than that of Thermage? Anyone care to chime in?>
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I have had my dermawand for about 14 years. They didn't use the term "radio frequency" back then. I think they said "electrical stimulation", which I think is more correct. It is not as strong as thermage, but it truly does lift muscles and tighten skin. The lifting of the brow and other muscles is temporary, just for the day, then the next day you do it again, or just do it before special occasions if you want. I have had so many people insist that I am 34 instead of 54 that it has even hindered my ability to get the medical and social benefits I need at my age and with my illnesses. I only use it when I am going out, or once a week or less, and still I get the benefits. Mine didn't come with any products, we were told to use our favorite face cream with the Dermawand. Now I just use coconut oil, very healing and moisturizing for the face. It doesn't hurt at all, and it seems to create beneficial negative ions, which make the air smell like it does after a rain.
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I love this. I will be 60 in November and look more like mid 40's. Perhaps not all down to DermaWand, but in 6 months I've been using it, I've noticed a great improvement. Eyes, chin/neck and lips all toned. Wouldn't be without it now
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do you have a pic of before and after
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Sorry don't have a before pic,( wish I had) but could send an after if I get your email address The temporary thing? Cream only works as long as it's used, facial exercise only works as long as you do them, and same goes for DermaWand.
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Based on what I've read - Dermawand 'irritates' the skin - causing it to swell and give the appearance of being smoother and tighter - thus the reason it is promoted as 'temporary.' As others have noted, protecting your skin against the elements, eating right, exercising and getting proper rest are probably the best ways to slow down the aging process .... if you're past that - a lifestyle lift or a full face lift will reset the clock and you can begin again taking better care of yourself. Personally, I prefer to use natural moisturizers - offered by Mother Nature - to ward of the assault of time. What Mother Nature doesn't slow down - I accept as a badge of age honor.
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Added: I'm 65 ... old enough to know -- and starting to get wise enough to accept life ... warts and all. My profile picture was taken 6 months ago.
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It's not the device that costs so much, it's the different products for different parts of the face that cost a ridiculous amount of $$$$$. I will use the "free" stuff it comes with, but when it's gone, I'm not spending $25 for a 20 ounce bottle of "mist", come on !!!
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See I didn't know it came with products. I bought from Big W & all it had was the wand & DVD that didn't work. I'm just using my own moisturiser & getting results
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I use my own products.
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I loved the mist. It was the only thing worth the non-refundable first charge!
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What's the mist for?
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I never bought "mist" only the DermaWand
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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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