What is certain, though, is that this alleged skin firmer feels really good when it comes in contact with your skin. If nothing else, it makes a fine skin massager. The sensation you get from using it is relaxing just in itself. And who couldn’t use a little more relaxation? I know I could.
While very few beauty products are proven to work by organizations like the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), many people swear by them. It is this word of mouth that has built the reputation of the Derma Wand. The Derma Wand uses thermal energy to deliver enriched oxygen to the surface of your skin, thereby retexturing the surface into something softer and more resilient. It is through this action Derma Prime Plus that many people claim the Derma Wand has helped to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and aging.
So, the Derma Wand feels good plus it manages to give you younger and healthier looking skin? Where do I sign up! Fortunately for the skeptics, Derma Wand does offer a money back guarantee if you aren’t completely satisfied with the product. How can you really lose if you can always send back the unit if it turns out not to work?
Admittedly, there has been no study done to prove the Derma Wand works. It does, however, have a fervent fan base that swears by its effects. Many do say that the Derma Wand works best when used in conjunction with anti-aging and anti-wrinkle creams. Regardless of which of these is working to get rid of the wrinkles, I still like the Derma Wand. It just feels good and it just isn’t practical to try out that back massager on your face. Ouch!