Sunday, May 15, 2016

Clareblend MINI home microcurrent device

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My favorite home use microcurrent machine of all time! This mighty MINI shows impressive results, even after the first treatment. (But results are cumulative, so they get better over time.)
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You won't feel any zapping or sparking with this little machine, and you'll get that "microcurrent glow" in as little as two weeks.

Benefits of microcurrent facial toning:
Increases circulation for skin health
Increases collagen and elastin production
Minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles Tones the skin Enhances product penetration

Features: Easy to use – “Plug and Go” No battery to replace Plugs into USB ports such as External chargers, computers, airport charging systems, or AC outlets (adapter included). Proven predetermined settings provide great results without the guesswork!

Contraindications for microcurrent include:
cardiac pacemakers
epilepsy
metal implants
skin irritation
cancer
pregnancy
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04/01/16 email from 47 year old male customer:

Subject:  OK Look at this Pretty impressive. I got the Mini I have used it only twice. Look at these pics , it a pretty good machine. It does not say how many times a week I need to use it . do you taper off after a month?

On Apr 1, 2016, at 4:21 PM, Christine Byer christine.byer@gmail.com; wrote: Wow, Xxx name. Nice results early on! You can use it daily for about 2 months and then go into maintenance of two-three times per week. You'll use it 15-20 minutes each day. Please send more picks after a month. I'd love to see your end result. Amazing! Christine Byer, Licensed Esthetician since 2001 

(He replied) Isn't that crazy the change? The second I used it I could feel my skin pull up. I also used my own electrode gel which seems to work better on my skin. The other stuff dries out too quickly ..Sure use my images just crop from the bottom lip downward . :) you forgot to tell me how often to use, how long should the be? Should I use it every day for a month and then 3 times a week? That is the only problem with the directions. Thanks

Subj: Oops Just got your second email thanks. Sent from my iPhone          


On Feb 9, 2016, at 8:38 PM, Sharon wrote:
Hi Christine!! Hope all is well!! I am dropping you a note to say how much I love this Clareblend microcurrent machine. It's current is noticeably different than the 4 other machines I have purchased in the past. The results are immediately noticeable!!! Thanks so much!!! I will continue to watch your youtube videos. With best regards, Sharon PS Christine- Sure. You can use my comments, no problem. (yes- I noticed 'no zapping' at all.)

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On Jan 29, 2016 Liz wrote:
Yes I actually have people telling me I look refreshed, I really enjoy it!. yes send it (her sister's invoice) to me and I will forward! Thank you!! Liz Brownsville, TX.

Friday, January 29, 2016, Liz wrote: Hi Christine, I love this device it is awesome...Do you still have any available? I have a sister interested in purchasing one. Thanks! Liz

 
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Christine Byer Esthetics
5835 Brockton Drive Indianapolis, IN 46220
(317) 997-2260
www.IndyEsthetician.com
Christine.Byer@gmail.com

Friday, February 12, 2016

Are you 'Inflammaging' your skin?

Did you know?
High powered lasers, deep peels, IPL and Retin A and other aggressive skin treatments can cause skin inflammaging. This means they can actually AGE the skin MORE in the long run than Noninvasive treatments. 

The term 'inflammaging' is changing the face of skincare.  'Inflammaging' describes skin aging induced by chronic (persistent) inflammation. An example of inflammaging is using products such as Retin A and Retinoids daily that cause long term inflammation on the skin. After years of use, some Retin A users start to see diminishing results and lackluster looking skin. 

Other harsh, invasive treatments such as high powered lasers at the dermatologist's office (IPL, Yag, Erbium, etc.) can also cause a hardening or scarring of the skin. This is so prevalent that many plastic surgeons refuse to work on clients who have had previous repeated laser treatments. The surgeons know that a facelift would not "lay properly" because the skin is hardened or scarred due to inflammaging from the repeated laser work.

In my practice, I use gentle, no-downtime treatments that I know the skin loves.  I gently coax the skin into a healthier state through non ablative (non-cutting or damaging) microcurrent, LED light and other progressive rather than aggressive treatments.  The professional products I use are full of antinflammatory and antioxidant ingredients your skin loves. After a treatment, you can be sure your skin will look better than it did when you walked in.  That's my promise!

If you want to avoid inflammaging your skin but still want supple, lifted and hydrated skin, contact me for relaxing yet effective treatments.  Call or text now to book an appointment (317) 997-2260 or bookonline.