Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Bright Therapy Ion-Duo 2 in 1 ultra-high frequency Sonic massager Review

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Product Description from Bright Therapy:
Bright Therapy's Head-to-Toe Age Eraser. It's like hiring a physical trainer for your skin! You can treat aging from the outside by applying skin creams. Or, you can address the underlying causes of aging and experience healthier and more vibrant skin with a daily Bright Therapy's Ion Duo Facial and Body Toning Device treatment session-in about the same amount of time spent washing and moisturizing your face.
In only 10 to 30 minutes per day, the portable, hand-held Physiotherapy Facial and Body Toning Device will cleanse, massage, and nourish your skin while increasing circulation and minimizing visible signs of aging-such as age-revealing sun spots. It will regulate your skin's PH to its optimum level and gently exfoliate your complexion so that your skin's beauty is enhanced without the use of harsh chemicals, preservatives, or invasive procedures.
How does it work? The Bright Therapy Facial and Body Toning device's state-of-art technology is complex but pretty straightforward. The same micro-vibrations that are used to help people recover from injuries are utilized at various strengths to treat diverse face and body problems. Using a 1MHZ high frequency vibration, the Bright Therapy toning device penetrates deeply to nourish, massage and promote lymph drainage. Eight levels of hypersonic strength are available to deeply massage your skin, warm it, or promote the production of micro bubbles; aiding the absorption of skin-nurturing nutrients and moisture through a process called caviation.
The sturdy stainless steel treatment head is used to treat both the body, neck, and face in conjunction with the application of water-based skincare gels or lotions. Complete usage instructions are included with your purchase.
Now for my take on it:

I have to say from the get-go, I was extremely skeptical.  I definitely could see how such a thing could increase circulation and even exfoliate.  I think maybe my familiarity with devices that have made similar claims that did not live up to their billing caused me to give this the side-eye. Also, the more a product costs and claims to do, the more I question it. The device can be had on Amazon for $160, which is a chunk of change, but could be worth it if the product performs as well as it claims to. That said, I am a sucker for gadgets and techie things, and I particularly enjoy testing out that sort of thing, so I was happy to give it a whirl when the opportunity to review it came up.

I touched base with the people from after I received the product to get a sense of what results I could expect and in what time frame.  From my discussions with them, I found that it can take at least a month or longer to see results.  Unfortunately, I have been using the product for less than a month and I have been unable to see any results yet.  I actually waited until the very last day within the time frame I committed to post my review just in case.  So, I obviously cannot recommend the product from my experiences to date.  If I do get some great results later, I will post a follow-up though.  If any of you have used something like this let me know what your experience has been like.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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