Individuals who want to improve their skin tone and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles may have considered adding the Dermawand to their skin care kit. This device is designed to deliver radio waves and thermal energy to treat the signs of aging, to reduce pores, and energize the skin in order to control puffiness in problem areas. Dermawand was created by Christina Boves, a skin care expert who wanted to develop a device that delivered noticeable results for those who did not have the time or money for skin care treatments in a spa environment. This device may be suitable for people who want radio frequency treatments but may feel more comfortable performing them on their own, in the comfort of their own time. However, you may want to keep in mind that this device may not deliver the same kind of results that you may receive from a professional treatment at a dermatologist’s office or medical spa, because dermatologists’ equipment can typically provide more aggressive results. Dermawand is available in the United States and Canada.
Where to Buy Dermawand
Dermawand and its accompanying products, which include a free how-to DVD and several different skin care products that are designed to use with the wand, are available on the company website. You can also find this product on other websites that sell skin care items and on auction and resale sites. The Dermawand is not sold in retail stores; however, since it is widely available online, it should not be difficult for American and/or Canadian consumers to find.
The price for Dermawand ranges from $100-$200, including all of the items that are included in the kit. If you buy this product directly from the company website, you will be charged in installments after a trial period, plus shipping. The cost of shipping and what is included in your purchase will vary depending on where you make your purchase.
If you buy your kit from a resale site, you may want to take a few moments and ensure the buyer has a positive selling history and that are no unresolved complaints regarding inferior products are included in his or her selling history.
How to Use Dermawand
While the Dermawand is designed for use on the face to fight fine lines, wrinkles, and large pores, it can be used anywhere on the body, according to the manufacturer, including the neck, chest, stomach, legs, and arms.
Some Dermawand reviews claim that the product’s radio waves are also effective on reducing skin tags, acne scars, and that it tightens pores. However, those who want to use the product for these purposes should keep in mind that individual results may vary and that it may take weeks or even months before they see them, especially if they are looking for a device that treats these problems quickly.
How to Use Dermawand
It is important that those who have never used this product before consult their physician before proceeding with the treatments, especially those who are pregnant, nursing, have pre-existing skin conditions, such as rosacea, or an implanted pacemaker.
To use the wand, perform your typical cleansing regimen first. Turn the unit on and pass the tip of the wand over your skin without making direct contact, concentrating on areas where you want to reduce wrinkles, large pores, and other problem areas. You should work on the lowest setting to start with and then gradually increase it once your skin becomes accustomed to the pulses. If you plan to apply toner or lotions that clarify your skin, apply them after you use the wand, as the treatments are designed to make these products more effective.
You may experience some redness, peeling, or swelling after using Dermawand, and if this occurs, you might want to lower the setting on your unit until these side effects diminish.