OK so whilst Apple’s new 5S and 5C have set some tongues wagging, there is a gadget out there that is making some claims that might just get your beauty brain on high tech alert.
When a brand has gone to great lengths and great cost to have their product thoroughly tested by real women, you can be pretty sure, they have enough conviction in their product to make you delve a little deeper.
Then when you see
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
1/3 wrinkle depth reduced
38% skin elasticity improved
83% skin improved
80% skin looked more toned
80% Lifted facial contours
77% Fine Lines Softened
77% Firmer Skin
73% Skin more Suppler
You just can’t ignore it.
I know, I know there are dozens of gadgets out there, and it’s hard to know which is the best one for you. In fact I’m a firm believer that the first UK beauty hall to employ BEAU-TECHNICIANS, who, like Apple Geniuses can debunk the junk and let us know what works and what it does, will really clean up in the beauty tech market.
Anyway, back to these results. They’re impressive, right? 93% of women who trialled the gadget said they’d continue using it and there are some very impressive before and afters too.
I almost feel like keeping this a secret, but as Jane told me ‘get something juicy and let my readers know about it’, or words to that effect, I suppose I’ll have to share…
It’s the Caci Microlift.
It is available HERE for £349 .95 and Selfridges now it will be available nationwide from Boots stores from October, if they can keep it on the shelves.
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