What You Should Know
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With all of the anti-aging creams and lotions available on the market today, Derma Wand sets itself apart by offering an electronic device. Derma Wand claims to be a scaled down version of the specialized technology used in dermatologist and skincare offices around the world. Derma Wand emits a “stream of impulses stimulating at 114,000 cycles per second”. This is supposed to lift a wrinkled complexion and get rid of fine lines around your eyes.
The official Derma Wand website claims that you can get long-term tightening benefits for your skin and you will immediately have a tightened and lifted look to your complexion after making use of their product. For wrinkles, the Derma Wand uses something called “Thermal energy” that is supposed to reduce fine lines and wrinkles anywhere on your face, as well as reduce the size of enlarged pores. This will theoretically give users an over-all healthier skin tone. Derma Wand also claims to emit “purified enriched oxygen”.
Derma Wand doesn’t have any ingredients worth listing on this site as it is an electronic device. The official website does offer a 30-day free trial with a money back guarantee which is nice. The 30-day free trial comes with a Derma Wand, carrying case, DVD, booklet, 2 oz DermaVital Pre-Face Treatment, 2 oz DermaVital Hydra Infusion Treatment, and a 4 oz Hydrating Skin Mist.
Unfortunately, we could find no ingredients listed for these additional products, even though they seem to be an integral part of the Derma Wand skin care regimen. If you decide you like Derma Wand once your 30-day free trial expires, you make four payments of $29.95 plus $14.95 shipping. This puts the total cost of Derma Wand with its accompanying products at around $140.00, plus the cost of restocking the regimen supplements.
Many people will see Derma Wand and assume it is a gadget that zaps them with electricity and light, and that is fairly close to what it actually does. The Derma Wand uses mild electrical stimulation and you can control how strong it is with a dial.
- 30-day free trial and money back guarantee.
- A fairly reasonable price for a product that lasts a long time.
- Can order directly from the official website.
- Zapping your face with electrical impulses is not for everyone.
- No ingredients given for the accompanying products.
- Needs to be used with other anti-aging products to be effective.
The Bottom Line
If you enjoy gadgets, this might be a cool product to have around. The problem we have with the Derma Wand is the products you have to use with it. We would definitely like to know more about these products before committing to the Derma Wand skin care regimen.