DermaWand Anti-Aging System Kit (UK Plug) with clinical strength (15% Hyaluronic Acid) anti-wrinkle serum at Amazon. Mothers day gift idea
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DermaWand Anti-Aging System Kit (UK Plug) with clinical strength (15% Hyaluronic Acid) anti-wrinkle serum at Amazon. Mothers day gift idea

£139.99£165.9916%Amazon Deals
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Found 2nd Mar
Seems like a very good price and great idea for Mothers day present. But not many left at that price. In fact, I saw a few sold during the time I've been writing this deal.

There are a few other options from this and other sellers on amazon, see links below, but this kit seems to be the best deal imo.

DermaWand Anti-Aging System Kit (UK Plug) With ultrahydrating Dermedic Hydrain3 Hialuro gel/cream: amazon.co.uk/dp/…9JK - £132.99

Dermawand Basic Retail Kit (UK Plug Anti-Aging System With Moisturizer To Reduce Wrinkles: amazon.co.uk/dp/…XFU - £143.99

DermaWand Anti-Aging System: amazon.co.uk/dp/…2RS £125.99


Deluxe DermaWand Anti-Aging System (UK Plug) - With 2 Essential Creams to REDUCE WRINKLES! : amazon.co.uk/Del…IV1 - £169.99

Ultimate DermaWand Anti-Aging System (UK Plug) - PLUS 3 Skin Care Products to REDUCE WRINKLES! : amazon.co.uk/Ult…9BX - £199.99


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Why should you lie to your mother, that too on Mother's day???
Edited by: "kkthomask" 2nd Mar
It would be better, more effective (and cheaper) to go to a witchdoctor
snake oil
kkthomask10 m ago

Why should you lie to your mother, that too on Mother's day???


I'm not sure what you meant... Anyway, I had it recommended by a friend who loves it. Another one said that that her mother used to use it and saw the difference, but not as good as she hoped to justify doing it 3 min. per day. So as everyone is different, it may work differently. but check youtube reviews - I haven't checked them myself, tbh, just a few.
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on a budget?
Looks morw like some kind of enema gun!
These "high-frequency" devices (or D'arsonval) are great for helping keep zits at bay, though the jury is out whether they actually help skin texture/tone. No way would I pay £140!!!

Also, they interfere with electronics, so you'd need to use it with very few devices on - eg, it makes TVs and monitors flicker. My Dermawand (albeit bought second hand from ebay, for about £15) died on me after a year, so I bought a cheapo D'arsonval with glass electrodes instead which does the same thing. Some on ebay: ebay.co.uk/sch…=15
The D'arsonval units are slightly different in that they come with glass electrodes that contain either Argon (violet) or Neon (orange) gas - I *think* the Dermawand has Neon gas, as it's orange.

One site says
  • Argon – used on acne-type lesions
  • Neon – used on general or oily type skin to create warmth in localized area for improved product penetration.
(though both are good for acne).

Big Clive even has a video about them (in olden days they were called "Violet Ray"s with weird and wonderful medical claims linked to them - "quackery", as he puts it - though some skincare obsessives still use such devices for skin cleansing. The more sinister side is that some use/d them in BDSM practices). Yes, I know the handle looks like a you-know-what, but it's a skincare device.
We did have a wee chat about it in the Youtube comments section:

I have this exact unit, arrived today from China (impressively, in 7 days). I'm well aware of its enthusiastic use by the BDSM crowd (even seen an ancient one used in a public setting at a club - eek) but I bought mine simply to disinfect skin and keep zits at bay. Some aestheticians suggest it can be used for "skin lifting" but I guess bigclive sees it as quackery, and he's entitled to his opinion - I really do think it helps acne, though. Nice to hear a Scottish voice on Youtube Thanks for the very interesting video!

bigclivedotcom
It's not total quackery as it has a strong sterilising effect on the skin and also has a very nice prickling sensation. But don't use it near anything electronic as it could potentially damage it.

+bigclivedotcom There is a "mainstream" version of this with a tiny inbuilt bulb head called the Dermawand, which I used to have, but died I've found with that, and this newer D'arsonval ebay China unit, that it makes monitors flicker/crazy stuff happen to electronics so I guess I better use it in (electronic) isolation!
:):)

Essentialdayspa has lots of discussions about them, if you want to read up on it - eg, "Any Derma Wand users out there?" essentialdayspa.com/for…205

"Professional High Frequency Devices" http//ww…630
and many, many other threads.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 2nd Mar
Great spot!

Use promo code 'GULLIBLE' for a free handful of magic beans.
louiselouise18 h, 10 m ago

These "high-frequency" devices (or D'arsonval) are great for helping keep …These "high-frequency" devices (or D'arsonval) are great for helping keep zits at bay, though the jury is out whether they actually help skin texture/tone. No way would I pay £140!!!Also, they interfere with electronics, so you'd need to use it with very few devices on - eg, it makes TVs and monitors flicker. My Dermawand (albeit bought second hand from ebay, for about £15) died on me after a year, so I bought a cheapo D'arsonval with glass electrodes instead which does the same thing. Some on ebay: https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=darsonval+uk&_sop=15The D'arsonval units are slightly different in that they come with glass electrodes that contain either Argon (violet) or Neon (orange) gas - I *think* the Dermawand has Neon gas, as it's orange.One site says Argon – used on acne-type lesionsNeon – used on general or oily type skin to create warmth in localized area for improved product penetration.(though both are good for acne).Big Clive even has a video about them (in olden days they were called "Violet Ray"s with weird and wonderful medical claims linked to them - "quackery", as he puts it - though some skincare obsessives still use such devices for skin cleansing. The more sinister side is that some use/d them in BDSM practices). Yes, I know the handle looks like a you-know-what, but it's a skincare device.[Video] We did have a wee chat about it in the Youtube comments section:I have this exact unit, arrived today from China (impressively, in 7 days). I'm well aware of its enthusiastic use by the BDSM crowd (even seen an ancient one used in a public setting at a club - eek) but I bought mine simply to disinfect skin and keep zits at bay. Some aestheticians suggest it can be used for "skin lifting" but I guess bigclive sees it as quackery, and he's entitled to his opinion - I really do think it helps acne, though. Nice to hear a Scottish voice on Youtube Thanks for the very interesting video! bigclivedotcomIt's not total quackery as it has a strong sterilising effect on the skin and also has a very nice prickling sensation. But don't use it near anything electronic as it could potentially damage it. +bigclivedotcom There is a "mainstream" version of this with a tiny inbuilt bulb head called the Dermawand, which I used to have, but died I've found with that, and this newer D'arsonval ebay China unit, that it makes monitors flicker/crazy stuff happen to electronics so I guess I better use it in (electronic) isolation!:):)Essentialdayspa has lots of discussions about them, if you want to read up on it - eg, "Any Derma Wand users out there?" http://www.essentialdayspa.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=18205"Professional High Frequency Devices" http://www.essentialdayspa.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=38630and many, many other threads.


There are many fake derma wands being sold on ebay. I've ordered two - one never arrived and seller's auctions were cancelled. when I contacted the seller, he responded that the auctions were closed by ebay because of a report made by the trademark owner. Second order did not have any derma wand, just an empty box with an old used pc game. I asked the seller after the payment about authenticity of derma wand and told them that having been in touch with the manufacturer, i know how to spot a fake one. I think that's why she didn't send the derma wand, as she knew it was a fake... I got the money back without opening a dispute on ebay. The seller's listings of derma wand disappeared soon after....
dundalk25 m ago

There are many fake derma wands being sold on ebay. I've ordered two - one …There are many fake derma wands being sold on ebay. I've ordered two - one never arrived and seller's auctions were cancelled. when I contacted the seller, he responded that the auctions were closed by ebay because of a report made by the trademark owner. Second order did not have any derma wand, just an empty box with an old used pc game. I asked the seller after the payment about authenticity of derma wand and told them that having been in touch with the manufacturer, i know how to spot a fake one. I think that's why she didn't send the derma wand, as she knew it was a fake... I got the money back without opening a dispute on ebay. The seller's listings of derma wand disappeared soon after....



Not sure about that, but the one I got was definitely real, came with the documentation, bag, DVD (!) though it was clearly used - as expected.

My point, above, is that the exact same tech is found in much cheaper devices. High frequency devices all work on the same principle and provide the same benefits, but they don't really lift, nor can they influence skin texture/wrinkles - they're more for keeping acne at bay. You smell the "ozone" when you rub it over your face and it's crackling away.

I read, and contribute, on both skincaretalk and Essentialdayspa and NOBODY pays £140 for a Dermawand. Nobody.

The electrical interference they cause also means you're limited where and when you can use them - try using one next to a computer monitor!

There are also comments on EDS about their Dermawands dying quickly, though this applies to the cheaper D'arsonval devices too - not sure if these high frequency devices typically have a short lifespan. I only use mine now and then, and the second-hand Dermawand hadn't had a lot of use before that died on me.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Mar
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