Dermawand fits in the middle of Skin Care products. It works better and is more expensive than lotions and soaps, but is less effective than expensive procedures and surgeries. In this article, we will explore how Derma Wand works and the results you can expect using the product.
How Dermawand Works
Dermawand uses thermal energy to warm the skin cells in the face. Dermawand creates heat by using radio frequency waves delivered by microcurrents deep into the skin of the face. Studies have shown that when skin reaches 40-45 C, it results in collagen production. Any higher and you risk skin damage.
The Dermawand delivers microcurrents at 100,000 cycles per second creating a massaging effect. Massages increase blood flow to an area while at the same time causing lymphatic drainage. This effect gets rid of the puffy look of the skin.
How To Use Dermawand
You have to plug Dermawand into an outlet to use it. After plugging in, it is suggested to try the Dermawand on setting one on the back of your hand first to test for bad side effects first. If you are prone to broken capillaries, pregnant, or have a pacemaker, do not use this device. Also, stop using the device if your skin suffers from prolonged redness or dryness after use.
To start, moisturize and completely dry your face. Then run the bulb directly against your skin with the dial on one. You should feel a gentle tingling feeling. Dermawand claims the process takes around 3 minutes. You should use Dermawand two times a day in the morning and at night. When you no longer feel the tingling feeling, then it is time to turn up the knob on Dermawand.
Results using Dermawand can take a bit of patience. It can take up to three months to get the results that you want. It is at a lower price point than other items that might improve your skin. People who have given Derma Wand bad reviews often do so because of fear and discomfort of using the device around eyes and turning the power on the device up.