I thought so. I’ve been hearing about the NuSkin galvanic spa for a while, but just recently gave it a try—or rather, the lovely Cathy Thompson, a distributor for NuSkin, gave me a demonstration. First off, this is not a new technology. Spas and salons have used galvanic currents in skincare for decades—but now you can recreate the spa experience at home at a fraction of the cost of spa treatments: Retail price is $375 for the device and $85 for the gels. Cathy sells for $290 plus roughly $60 a month for the gels.
Cathy treated only half my face so I could see the difference, massaging two different potions into my skin with a small, hand-held, battery-operated unit (the first potion is to draw toxins out; the second infuses skin with antioxidants and other good things). The process took about 10 minutes and darned if I didn’t see enough of a difference that I asked her to do the other side as well. It’s supposed to also work on specific age lines, cellulite, thinning hair, even sagging skin. Cathy told me about a colleague who firmed up her entire left half so she could easily show the difference between before and after—now that’s dedication. Use twice a week for best results. For a free demonstration, email firstname.lastname@example.org