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Rated 5 out of 5 by nigey QUALITY DEVICE ~ RELAXING
I agree with the reviewers that said it is gentle and relaxing. Close your eyes and listen to music or listen to the TV. It's like a warm facial massage that you give to yourself. I'm surprised at many of the comments. Both the doctor and the manual mention the fact that the device beeps to tell you to move to the next location and that it beeps before turning itself off. The light is bright ~ so closing your eyes seems best. It's like lying outside on a bright and sunny day with your eyes closed. Bright and warm like the sun.
My only critique at this point is that I think the device should have come with a case or pouch for storage. Or at least a cap that fits over the lens as it is stressed that the lens be kept clean and protected from scratching.
I hope I see a result.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ctella So Far So Good
Theoretically this works. In actuality, noticeable results will probably be subtle. I use my skin care products after cleansing and the red light is warm and comfortable and the apparatus glides nicely. Afterward my skin looks luminescent and glows. Not sure if it's my skin care or the machine or both, but I like it. I have good skin, but stimulating collagen and elastin can only be good. I will be keeping this as long as it doesn't stop working. I'm 58 and don't do my forehead because I do Botox, which works like nothing else, but the nurse says I can use this in addition
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cappie01 Defective product
Was excited to see this product, but it did not deliver. I am not talking about the result of the skin, but the actual therapy device. I understand that it is meant to go two cycles then shut off automatically, but after using it two times, it does not come on at all. DONT PURCHASE!! Too many complaints about the actual device. Should have believed them and pass this one by.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ZuzuPetals Patience is a virtue
I have been using the SkinClinical Reverse Light therapy Device for two weeks. The first couple of days it was a little strange to operate but reading the manual and reviewing the QVC presentation reinforced the reason I purchased the device in the first place. Every evening, after washing my face and before going to bed, I use my SkinClinical. It is very relaxing. Turn off the tv, relax and allow the device to do what it is intended to do for your face. I have chosen to begin with the first three minutes on my forehead and then go to my upper lip. I turn it on again, and do my eye area, 3minutes each side. I turn the device one last time to do the area around my nose and mouth. Warm and relaxing. You do not have to be heavy handed in using the devise, no pulling or pressing on your skin, just gentle, easy movement. You need to allow time for the product to work for you and the host and doctor himself said to wait 8 to 12 weeks for results to show. You can use whatever products you choose and are not obligated to use their serum. 15 minutes, daily, relax, you will begin to see a lovely change!
Rated 1 out of 5 by LIWoman Light Hurts My Eyes
I used this device for a week. I can't do it anymore. The light hurts my eyes with my eyes closed! It effects them even when I'm doing my upper forehead or lower face. It's a shame. I wanted to look good for Christmas. I'm sending this back.
Rated 2 out of 5 by maddie9955 Not working
I was able to use mine for three days before it stopped working. The red light no longer comes on and it has a yellow error light. Just sending back for a refund, don't want to take the chance that I get another bad one.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bex29 Super Bright
The light is blindingly bright when it comes anywhere near the eyes, even the forehead. I have to keep my eyes closed and even then it's super bright. Definitely can't use while watching tv. I suspect it works well on wrinkles and collagen creation but I'm not sure I'll be able to use it daily if I have to have eyes closed the whole time.
Rated 3 out of 5 by ladydi Jury Is Still Out
I checked with the manufacturer's customer service about it shutting off and the fact it didn't "glide" over the skin. I now know that it shuts off after two 3-minute treatment sessions. This wasn't mentioned during any on air presentation that I saw or in the users guide. In addition, the service rep recommended putting on the serum (that came with the unit) prior to using. Huh? I thought the skin was suppose to be clean. She never mentioned if any other serum/moisturizer could be used, but I will put my eye cream on before using in that area. I hate having to find out the nitty-gritty details AFTER I have purchased an item like this.