Safeness of the Derma Wand

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Safeness of the Derma Wand
Derma Wand is safe to use around your lips. (lips image by Ekaterina Shvigert from

For an alternative to professional facial treatments or plastic surgery, there is the Derma Wand. This handheld device emits electrical impulses that stimulate and massage your skin. The Derma Wand has different settings that can be used on a regular basis to improve skin tone, reduce wrinkles and relieve puffy eyes. The Derma Wand kills bacteria, which helps to heal blemishes. However, it's important to know how safe this device is before you use it.

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Electricity Precautions

Derma Wand is an electric gadget. Do not use Derma Wand while standing in or around water, and do not put it in water. Do not use Derma Wand around a flame. Do not use Derma Wand if you have a pacemaker. For safety, unplug this device after you have completed your daily regime.

Excessive Use

Excessive use or using Derma Wand on too high of a setting may result in redness or peeling skin. Do not use Derma Wand if you have Rosacea as it may irritate the condition. Derma Wand should not be used on your face if you have a good deal of surface veins on your face, as the electrical impulses may cause irritation.

External Use

Derma Wand is safe to use around your eyes to improve puffiness, around your mouth to diminish fine lines and under your chin to firm up your jowls. Do not use Derma Wand internally. Do not use this device in your nose, mouth or on any mucus membrane.

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