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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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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 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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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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Retinol is really the only thing that can restore Collagen - no other commercial product is able to penetrate the dermis to the collagen layer. Retinol is hard on the skin - initially it will cause flaking and redness as it pulls up and slough off the dead skin cells. Once the dead skin cells are sloughed, the new layer of skin is revealed. The transformation is quite amazing. Because Retinol may be too harsh for some skin types, it should not be used without first discussing this with a dermatologist. When I first started using it, I could only use 2x a week - rather than daily as recommended. Even then, my skin was red and dry for few weeks - but now I can use it regularly .... though it's not as effective at closing up the pores as I hoped.
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retinol is really the only way to go
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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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I agree totally about your comment about the dermawand.
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I agree totally your comment about the dermawand, so if your told it takes longer for it to work on different people, don't wait till its to late to return if it doesn't work in the time they allow it won't do anything at all.
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I tried to return mine. Was a hassle & they billed me anyway. My credit card company disputed it on my behalf and I eventually got the money back b
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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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