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I have been lucky to have decent skin my entire life but after years in the sun I have received about 4 dark spots on my face. I just saw that Proacive had this spot corrector and decided to give it a try. I have used it sparingly due to small size and must say it works. The ugly brown spots have faded significantly and I feel much better about myself when I look in the mirror....I would buy this again..
It's a good case I like it and great tablet u purchased I'd recommend to friends and family I enjoy my samsung galaxy 2 tablet
Amazing Windows 8 OS supported with excellent Nokia hardware. Favourite features: Offline 2D and 3D Maps (US, India and other countries) with turn-by-turn voice direction, which you can download to your phone (~1 GB for all States in US) and does not require internet during travelling. Good quality Nokia music service. Camera (8.7 megapixel) that takes decent quality pictures. Would recommend to friends.
Update: 12/07/2012 - Phone works great as advertised with regards to using it while wearing winter gloves which is great for Winter in Ohio. No need to take off the glove to pick up the phone!!! Also, phone is super fast and browsing is very slick on IE. I used to have iPhone 4 and Samsung Focus (Windows 7.5 Phone) earlier and facebook retrival was real slow, perhaps due to 3G support. But it takes less than a second on Lumia to refresh a Facebook page!
Seriously, I don't ever want to be without this wonderful tool for my face. It really does what it says it will do. It has lifted my sags, banished my bags and erased my wrinkles. When used as recommended with your usual face cream (doesn't have to be expensive), the results are amazing.
This is my second one (I broke the bulb on my first, so use the cap that comes with it ,with out fail) During the time I was without my Dermawand, I tried some of the other touted products. Complete disaster! I swear my skin aged 10 years..
The Dermawand takes some getting used to. It stings. But, grin and bear it, because in a very short time your skin adjusts to it and you can barely feel it. The results are worth it
I tried this product on a whim about 3 years ago to remove a mole on my face. I was concerned about scarring, which seemed likely with surgical options. The original instructions did not call for scratching the surface of the mole so all I did was apply the product and cover it with one of those small band-aids. The mole was discolored the next morning, plus you want to keep the stuff on it, so be prepared for a few days with the band-aid. After a couple of days the mole turned black and fell off. The area healed easily and the area around the mole was untouched. I had a light area where the mole had been, but after a few weeks it wasn't noticeable at all. The mole has not returned.
Now, since then I have tried to remove other moles, with mixed results. In all cases the moles came off, but about half the time they came back, though sometimes smaller and lighter and never any bigger/darker than they were in the beginning.
The product is a dark reddish paste, so it is a little messy to use. It burns a little when you apply it, although I did not find it to be distracting or too uncomfortable. It may not work for everyone, but I was very happy (and surprised) by the result. To be honest, it looked sort of scammy on the website, but it did what it said it would.
I've looked into bloodroot (the active herb) and it seems to be safe for external use. At least, it has a long history of use. If you're thinking about surgery it seems like it might be an inexpensive thing to try first.