End of Week Three Using RejuvaWand Laser Light Skin Treatment Therapy Product Review
I must say I have been quite diligent in my pursuit of less wrinkled skin with the RejuvaWand laser light skin treatment product review. In 3 weeks I’ve only missed my morning routine of laser light therapy about 4 or 5 times. The directions suggest doing therapy at approximately the same time everyday about 24 hours apart. I have had to fudge on this suggestion at least once or twice, with no ill effects. I wondered if my skin would get red or sensitive by doing the therapy 12 hours apart vs. the 24 hours apart they recommend . . . it didn’t.
But did I mention in my last article that my skin seemed to react to the cleanser and toner that Rejuvawand supplied? I didn’t have sensitive skin years ago, but somewhere after 40- something, it started to let me know it had a mind of it’s own as to what skin care products I could and couldn’t use comfortably. I haven’t tried diagnosing whether it was the cleanser or the toner that was making my skin uncomfortable and a bit red and I may try to do that yet, by process of elimination. (I know the discomfort wasn’t from the wand itself, because it was in area’s that the wand was not being used.)
Do I have a reduction in wrinkles yet? Hmmm . . . I know I would like to think so, but as we all know, sometimes the power of thought is enough to make it seem true. But truth be told, I’m just not sure without doing a comparison picture. I’ll do that December 7th, which will then be a total of six weeks usage of the magic RejuvaWand.
I called the Rejuvawand hot-line to get a couple of questions resolved, I asked; How big of an area can you effectively treat in one 4 minute session? Is up the consumer to discover how intensely to treat any one area? For instance, would you treat the upper and lower lip as one area or two? The support gal told me it can be treated either as one or two areas, try it and see. I have been treating them as two areas, I am going for the gusto here, less lines sooner than later.
I have a furrow between my eyes, the kind that could readily be called a candidate for Botox treatments, that I am treating with the RejuvaWand as one area all in itself. It qualifies for more than a “fine line,” but we’ll see what happens . . . I am putting the RejuvaWand through a good test here, for sure. When asked the question if I could just park the RejuvaWand in that area for a 4 minute session all in itself, the answer came up “no” as I suspected. But, their response was that I should experiment with what seems to work. (I’ve been treating that area with a movement about the size of a half dollar.)
Share this article
Got a question, war story or comment about this topic? Click on the "Leave Your Comments" link at the very bottom of this article. Some of my best ideas for future articles come from reading reader comments. I'd love to hear from you!
Leave your comments (0), Your input matters.
No Comments »
No comments yet.