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Nulase - The Worlds First At Home Laser

By Lysette Somera

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At home laser skin care that can reduce Wrinkles, Fine Lines, Acne, Stretch Marks & More?  Could this possibly be true?  Absolutely.

In the comfort of my own home, any time, any day, my skin can benefit from a revolutionary product designed to stimulate and rejuvenate.  It is called NuLase and it is changing the face of skin care. An Amazing new alternative to costly surgery, Chemical peels, or collagen injections. The Nulase Soft Touch Laser increases your collagen levels for smoother, firmer skin.

We typically associate the term "laser" with vision surgery, hair removal, and salon treatments. The word "Laser" can seem scary to many people, but don't let it. The Soft Touch laser is very different from surgical lasers. It does not cut, harm, burn or inflame the skin. Its light penetrates the skin, stimulating cellular energy, increasing collagen, rejuvenating, and repairing. It works by emiting a safe and gentle laser light that oscillates in a uniform parallel wavelength targeting your skin cells.

When I got my laser I was  little apprehensive, I mean how could something so simple make any kind of a difference. But it did make a difference and with only four products which were simple and satisfying to use.

Step one the Foaming Cleanser.  A clear, gentle, liquid that comes in an easy to use pump bottle.  I have very sensitive skin and this product proved perfect in removing my makeup without that dry and tight feeling I have experienced with other cleansers.  A sulfate – free cleanser that it definitely a keeper.

Step two the Microderm Exfoliater.  This product scrubbed that dull, dead, surface that had no business being on my face.  Following the directions, I carefully rubbed the product over my skin for about 10 seconds and rinsed.  I ended up with smooth, pink, skin with a slight tingle.  It contains crushed pearl powder and promises to restore radiance and enhance skin tone.  I am worth crushed pearls, rubies, and diamonds even!  Bring it on!  Not only does it aid the renewal process by stimulating faster cell turnover, it also diminishes the appearance of skin imperfections, scars, and stretch marks.  It is recommended to be used only 3 to 4 times a week.  I did great with just twice a week.

Step three the Regenerating Moisturizer.  This product contains Vitamin C Esters, Vitamin A, algae, and other active nutrients.  It sounds so good for you that if they add a little bit of sugar I may just eat it.  However, I just applied it to my face morning and night.  It feels like liquid silk and is very soothing.  An anti-aging complex of synergistic natural extracts, using patented Multi-Liposome Nano Technology.  Whew!  That reads quite impressively, doesn't it?

And finally step four the Soft Touch Laser.  This is it.  A tool unlike anything you have ever experienced.  This final step I used every night, reclining in my own bed, wearing my mismatched fuzzy socks, watching my favorite TV program.  The Soft Touch Laser has a surgical steel tip that I held directly on my skin.  Applying a slight pressure and moving it in a circular motion around my face and neck for 3 to 4 minutes. I really didn't "feel" anything as I moved the laser over my skin.  At times I imagined there was a sensation of warmth, not heat, and not from the laser but under my skin. I liked that I could use the laser in the privacy of my own home, whenever I wanted. It felt like I was doing something to pamper myself. I'd finish off and be a little more relaxed than when I'd started. Better than just feeling relaxed I look more relaxed, relaxed and rejuvenated.

There you have it - A dynamic combination for beautiful skin at home.  A very cost-effective alternative to cosmetic surgery, laser treatments, chemical peels or Botox injections. Simple and easy to use, it stimulates the rejuvenation process in a natural, non-invasive way, without irritation or redness.  Just try and recognize me in a group of well educated, tastefully dressed, and smooth faced stay at home mothers.  I blend in.


Published on Dec 31, 1969

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