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Thu Feb 01, 2007 1:57 pm      Reply with quote
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From www.beautynewsnyc.com,
"The Rejuvawand is a home tool that uses cold infrared light as a painless way to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles so that the skin does not experience any negative heat effect. Unlike laser resurfacing or chemical peels, which literally boil the water in skin, the Rejuvawand elicits a chemical reaction to reverse the oxidation that breaks down fibroblasts and creates the appearance of wrinkles. Its selective harmonic vibration helps to produce new capillaries, thereby increasing blood flow and stimulating the lymphatic system to flush toxins that make skin look dull.

Priced at a reasonable $199.95, the wand is painless on your skin. It comes with a recharging base, and can be used up to ten times on a single charge to erase fine lines and wrinkles. By using selective harmonic vibration to flatten the skin and increase surface area, the wand ensures maximum results in minimal time: it only takes four minutes a day when used in conjunction with the recommended skincare regimen for the user to see results in approximately thirty days.

Best of all, Rejuvawand is remarkably easy to use. A pause at each minute ensures that the user can keep count of the time spent on each region of the face, and the gel allows the wand to glide smoothly over the skin.

To purchase, visit www.rejuvawand.com and enter the code BeautyNews upon checkout to receive 10% off. Now stop raising your eyebrows at all these incredible features: you’ll get wrinkles that way."

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Sun Feb 04, 2007 12:16 pm      Reply with quote
Never heard of it, but it looks very interesting. (another gadget to go in my bathroom, lol!!).
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Mon Feb 05, 2007 4:15 am      Reply with quote
This thing looks like it does what Dermawand does.. But is there even a gaurantee for it? I can't seem to find it anywhere on their site.
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Mon Feb 05, 2007 2:24 pm      Reply with quote
poohlisey wrote:
This thing looks like it does what Dermawand does.. But is there even a gaurantee for it? I can't seem to find it anywhere on their site.


30-day guarantee from the www.rejuvawand.com website.

https://www.rejuvawand.com/popup.aspx?title=Return+Policy+Information&topic=returns
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Mon Feb 05, 2007 3:53 pm      Reply with quote
Thanks for showing me. Maybe I'll wait till I see more reviews, then I'll debate about getting it or not. If you do get it.. Please do tell us the results! Very Happy
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Wed Feb 14, 2007 2:19 am      Reply with quote
Dermawand is a version of a high frequency machine, and is not anything like the rejuvawand, which is an LED photorejuvenation device.

Rejuvawand is more like a Baby Quasar, lightstim, Softlaser or Nulase in terms of comaprison (although the last two are low level lasers and not LEDs from what I've read).
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ailurophile wrote:
Dermawand is a version of a high frequency machine, and is not anything like the rejuvawand, which is an LED photorejuvenation device.

Rejuvawand is more like a Baby Quasar, lightstim, Softlaser or Nulase in terms of comaprison (although the last two are low level lasers and not LEDs from what I've read).


What is the difference in effect between an LED and a low level laser such as you describe? TIA.
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Wed Feb 14, 2007 12:20 pm      Reply with quote
FYI, I saw a Rejuvawand being sold on Ebay.

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LEDs produce light, but the light is not intense and are non-coherent. Non-coherent is the result of photons moving in random directions at random times, generating random frequencies.

High power lasers that use heat and destroy tissue. Low energy lasers affect the cellular energy of the underlying tissue. Hot lasers have an output of 1MW or above while cold (LLL) do not have a thermal effect on tissue, lasers that stimulate biological function have an output below 10mw.

Basically, on the strength spectrum it goes (from max to min):

hot Laser- cold laser/low level laser - LED
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In terms of home products, I know that a friend of mine got better results using LED for all over the face while using LLL for spot treatments. I might try that to see if it makes a difference.
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[quote="ailurophile"]In terms of home products, I know that a friend of mine got better results using LED for all over the face while using LLL for spot treatments. I might try that to see if it makes a difference.[/quote]

what brand did she use? Thanks!
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Sun Feb 18, 2007 2:41 pm      Reply with quote
Hello,

I wish to thank you for mentioning our story on the Rejuvawand.

However, there is an error in the URL to our site in the first post. Please remove the comma at the of the BeautyNewsNYC URL.

Thank you.
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Sun Feb 18, 2007 2:49 pm      Reply with quote
BeautyNewsNYC wrote:
Hello,

I wish to thank you for mentioning our story on the Rejuvawand.

However, there is an error in the URL to our site in the first post. Please remove the comma at the of the BeautyNewsNYC URL.

Thank you.



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Wed Feb 21, 2007 4:40 am      Reply with quote
BeautyNewsNYC wrote:
Hello,

I wish to thank you for mentioning our story on the Rejuvawand.

However, there is an error in the URL to our site in the first post. Please remove the comma at the of the BeautyNewsNYC URL.

Thank you.


What story? Eh? hmm
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Wed Feb 21, 2007 10:01 am      Reply with quote
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what brand did she use? Thanks!


She was using Lumiderm with Nulase. She had bought a unit from her friend that was closing shop.
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Thu Feb 22, 2007 11:37 am      Reply with quote
In the first post in this thread, our story on Rejuvawand in our Feb 2007 issue was mentioned and partially quoted. You can find the story in our Skin Care section under our "Goody Bag" section.

I just mentioned that there is a comma at the end of URL link at the start of that post and was asking if that could be corrected as that URL leads to a 404 page and not to our site.

Thank you.

poohlisey wrote:
BeautyNewsNYC wrote:
Hello,

I wish to thank you for mentioning our story on the Rejuvawand.

However, there is an error in the URL to our site in the first post. Please remove the comma at the of the BeautyNewsNYC URL.

Thank you.


What story? Eh? hmm
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