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girlygirl30 | Admirer 1 | 06.14.2009 12:46 PM
Need alternative recs for conductive lotion for facemaster.

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Quail1 | New Friend | 01.31.2016 10:19 AM 1 Person Smiled

Thank you ladies for the wonderful advice.  Facemaster used to offer 2 bottles of conductive serum for about $14 when you could catch them on sale; now I'm paying $19 for 1 bottle when I can catch it on sale.  This information will greatly reduce my stress and the strain on my wallet.  Thanks again. 

 

P.S.  Sorry, Suzanne, I don't make as much as you do.

PetAngel | Admirer 3 | 06.15.2009 10:06 PM
Need alternative recs for conductive lotion for facemaster.

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I purchase Walgreens aloe vera gel and add some H20, simple! Makes a great conductive solution for the Facemaster. Tried the aloe vera gel on its own, but didn't "feel" the sensation. It obviously was blocking some of the current that's needed for results. Plain old tap H20 won't give you the glide needed for comfort.
LINDALU | Admirer 2 | 06.15.2009 6:51 PM
It's great there are some alternatives we can use! I like Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Gelly...a bottle lasts and lasts and works really well. I also use Isomers Copper-P a couple of times a week. I'm going to try distilled water and dilute the Aloe Gelly a little! I do also like Suzanne's FaceMaster Peptide Serum...very nice. Love reading everyone's tips!

Best Regards...LL
JUDALINE | Inspirer 1 | 06.15.2009 1:03 PM
I once heard the Facemaster doctor say 'you could just use water if you wanted to.' There was total quiet because that's not selling too many conductors now, is it? Then Suzanne said, 'I didn't know that.' But that was the old Facemaster. You can tell it works because you can feel it. No beauty benefit, just conducting.
OK4ABLONDE | Admirer 3 | 06.14.2009 9:46 PM
I use Fruit of the Earth 100% Pure aloe vera gel from Walmart...$4.00 for a very large bottle that will last years.
a1shadow | Admirer 2 | 06.14.2009 6:33 PM
Aloe Vera gel,Forever Spring has a gel to use with their machine,they sell online and if you hit a sale you can get really good deals especially on the tubes.
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Alternative conductive lotion recs needed for facemaster

Need alternative recs for conductive lotion for facemaster.

Thanks
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RE: Alternative conductive lotion recs needed for facemaster

Aloe Vera gel,Forever Spring has a gel to use with their machine,they sell online and if you hit a sale you can get really good deals especially on the tubes.
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RE: Alternative conductive lotion recs needed for facemaster

I use Fruit of the Earth 100% Pure aloe vera gel from Walmart...$4.00 for a very large bottle that will last years.
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RE: Alternative conductive lotion recs needed for facemaster

I once heard the Facemaster doctor say 'you could just use water if you wanted to.' There was total quiet because that's not selling too many conductors now, is it? Then Suzanne said, 'I didn't know that.' But that was the old Facemaster. You can tell it works because you can feel it. No beauty benefit, just conducting.
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Posts: 37

RE: Alternative conductive lotion recs needed for facemaster

It's great there are some alternatives we can use! I like Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Gelly...a bottle lasts and lasts and works really well. I also use Isomers Copper-P a couple of times a week. I'm going to try distilled water and dilute the Aloe Gelly a little! I do also like Suzanne's FaceMaster Peptide Serum...very nice. Love reading everyone's tips!

Best Regards...LL
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RE: Alternative conductive lotion recs needed for facemaster

Need alternative recs for conductive lotion for facemaster.

Thanks
I purchase Walgreens aloe vera gel and add some H20, simple! Makes a great conductive solution for the Facemaster. Tried the aloe vera gel on its own, but didn't "feel" the sensation. It obviously was blocking some of the current that's needed for results. Plain old tap H20 won't give you the glide needed for comfort.
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Re: Alternative conductive lotion recs needed for facemaster

Thank you ladies for the wonderful advice.  Facemaster used to offer 2 bottles of conductive serum for about $14 when you could catch them on sale; now I'm paying $19 for 1 bottle when I can catch it on sale.  This information will greatly reduce my stress and the strain on my wallet.  Thanks again. 

 

P.S.  Sorry, Suzanne, I don't make as much as you do.

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