Prai Ionic Device
I received mine and when I use it the serum gets tacky rather quickly so I have to apply more serum lest the device tug and drag on my skin. After use and moisturizing my neck still feels tacky. Anyone else using this device?
I believe that I do see changes. I use my Armour from Skinn Cosmetics after the little device. I was able to get wrinkles by squishing my shoulders in but since using this, I am not able to do that. It is a keeper for me.
The Prai lady said u would see results in a week. Have used 2 weeks and looks worst because I stopped my other creams. Another scam. Well be returning ASAP
I know I’ve written several posts since the TSV, but don’t see them anywhere.
I am going to return this device. It might be my age (76), but I don’t see any results that last more than ten minutes or so. I am pretty sure that is because the neck is softened by the serum and the throat cream used. I still have my tree rings and a bit of a “wattle”, perhaps should have started using something like this when I was 60:smileywink:
I have several jars of the neck/throat cream and will just continue with them until gone. Sadly, unless I have surgery, I will just be glad I’m alive and happy to be!
I stopped using it, becuase I didn’t see results.
I’ve been using mine faithfully for a week. Yes, the serum is tacky, I have mentioned elsewhere that I use a dab of water to lengthen the “device” time. I follow up with the throat cream.
I’ve wondered if we could use other serum or argon oil at other times with the device, or if the serum has to be ionic in order to work with the unit’s magnetic impulse?
Sadly, I don’t think this is going to be effective on my 76 y/o neck. I will use a couple more weeks and probably return.
Same thing here. What I want to know is how long before you see any results?
I started using mine yesterday and I find it dries quickly also. I don’t know if it will ruin the ionic aspect (or radio waves), but I revitalize the serum with a bit of water. It keeps the serum fluid and I can use the device a bit longer. If I had to add more serum each time, I would be buying an awful lot of serum.
When I say “a bit”, I mean just running my one finger under the faucet very briefly and dabbing on the neck,
I also use on upper lip, marionette lines and chin.
Perhaps one of Cathy’s spokepersons could address this issue.
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01.23.17 3:38 AM