Ionic-Under-Eye-Massager

Do you feel like you’ve tried it all? Well, everything but plastic surgery?

Please don’t go there yet! Here’s something new for you to try, and it’s much cheaper than the alternative!

The new, FDA approved ionic infusion device uses negative-ion, micro-electric pulses and high-frequency, ultrasonic vibration to gently ‘push’ treatments deeper.

This high-tech, palm-sized sonic infusion device enhances cosmetic treatments, particularly in the under-eye area.

It’s designed to build your skin’s resilience & flexibility and prevent future damage around your eye area.

Ionic wrinkle wands work by gently tapping the skin around your eye at around 140+ sonic bps (beats per second).

It’s a great way to boost absorption of serums and creams in a way that’s just not possible when using your finger alone.

You can use this wand on the lower & upper eye area, brow, forehead and lip areas.

30 seconds of use around each eye results in an immediately hydrated, more firm and refreshed eye. You know you want to try it!

Directions:

1) Apply your favorite serum or cream to your under-eye area as you normally would.

2) Lightly touch the device to your skin under your eye. The device automatically senses contact electronically and goes to work, encouraging absorption of the treatment into your skin, where it can work best.

3) Follow the recommended massage pattern (included in brochure), and continue to massage the area for 30-seconds.

4)Repeat, morning & evening before bedtime.

After 3-4 weeks or less, fine lines and puffiness are visibly reduced and the area under your eyes appears significantly younger!

Have you tried one of these fancy wrinkle erasers yet? If so, how long did you use it? Were you happy with your results? Please share your experience in the comment section below!




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