Used on the body, it will smooth cellulite, tighten bingo wings and minimise the appearance of varicose veins.
Hollywood, always a sucker for anything promising youth and beauty, has fallen in love with it. Brad Pitt calls it his ‘wrinkle iron’ and Nicole Kidman uses it before red carpet appearances.
At £270 — plus £40 for the gels and creams — it’s not cheap, but then Brad and his showbiz friends aren’t on a budget.
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It’s claimed that as well as cleansing, toning and rejuvenating, it can smooth out wrinkles, reduce the size of pores and get rid of dark spots and eye bags.
The gadget — which looks like an electric razor with a miniature iron where the blade would be — is catchily named the ageLOC Edition Nu Skin Galvanic Spa System II.
It produces a painless electric current to help the active ingredients in recommended creams and gels penetrate the skin.
This technology is now available in Australia to get more information about it contact Adriana on
0415 253 848 to find out about the next event in your city where you could get to experience what it is about.
Next event coming:
WHEN: Saturday 20th August 2011
WHERE: North Ryde