Derma Wand is a skin-rejuvenating device available to consumers for home use. According to the manufacturer, the Derma Wand softens a person's lines and wrinkles, lifts eyebrows, reduces the size of pores, diminishes puffiness in the cheeks, removes skin folds and diminishes laugh lines. An instructional DVD is provided with every Derma Wand system that thoroughly explains the benefits of Derma Wand and how to properly use it. The Derma Wand should only be used as recommended by the manufacturer.
How It Works
Many professionals like dermatologists use the same technology offered by the Derma Wand system. Derma Wand works by sending streams of impulses out at 114,000 cycles per second. The manufacturers of this product claim that a person's skin will immediately respond to this technology with an improvement in complexion. The thermal energy produced by Derma Wand technology increases the warming of tissue, smoothing away lines and wrinkles. Enriched oxygen produced by Derma Wand purifies and retextures the skin's surface.
Using Derma Wand
The Derma Wand is a relatively simple device to use. However, before operating a Derma Wand, the consumers should read the instructions and safety precautions included by the manufacturer. To get younger looking, clearer skin, the Derma Wand process must be properly followed.
The skin should be thoroughly cleansed and dried before using the Derma Wand. Moisturizer should be applied to the area before using the Derma Wand on it; the Derma Wand should never be used on very dry skin. It should be plugged in and tested before it is applied to the skin. The Derma Wand should be applied in a circular motion to the desired area for anywhere between two and three minutes (or between four and five minutes on difficult areas). Do not put excessive pressure on the Derma Wand. The manufacturer suggests that consumers perform the Derma Wand process twice daily. New users should begin by using Derma Wand on the lowest setting until a level of comfort is established.
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