Not sure what you mean, but (talking about skincare) I think you can see improvements if you keep at it, and maybe it's a very individual thing, like any treatment. Acne dot org and the like has all sorts of regimens for skin scarring/ageing, etc, Copper Peptides (topicals), Retin-A, as well as devices. The point is to stimulate collagen and also encourage skin resurfacing by wounding the skin then letting it repair.
I don’t know why but I always thought that reju thing was a load of horse stuff. But somehow.. the laser, not so much.
EDS has a lot of chatter about this and here I bought the Tria Skin Rejuvenating Laser from xsitems (similar strength in joules to the now-discontinued Philips ReAura, apparently - and much cheaper at RRP) but I was seriously underwhelmed by it. Though I have had TCA Peels, Laser Treatments (in a salon), Dermarolling - may just be my skin is particularly stubborn. There are issues with the Skin Rejuvenating Laser apparently dying after a while - for some users, anyway. Can't speak for the hair removing device.
Positive vibes 🖖🏽
This is just built in. It is time consuming but there’s no quick way of doing anything like this. Takes patience. People sticking to routines tends to work best. I think some deviate and see different results. I thought, it’s half the price of anything else, why not. You could buy new and get their 30 day money back offer?