You can put on makeup, slather on expensive creams and gels, get injectables, or get plastic surgery. There are any number of things you can do to slow the signs of aging for your face and certain parts of your body. But there are certain body parts that inevitably will reveal what a dermatologist might refer to as your “true age,” and those include your neck, your hands, and your feet. Thin skinned areas which get just as much exposure to the sun and the elements as your face does.
Whenever people begin a skincare regimen involving night creams or serums, they’re encouraged to use the product on their face and carry it down to their neck and décolletage. Far less often are we encouraged to pay equal attention to hands and feet, or to make an concerted effort to protect them againt the elements. But they’re the workhorses of the body! Hands and feet deserve love and pampering too. Your hands and feet should look just age just as beautifully as the rest of you, right?
Enter Revitalight, with their innovative LED technology devices.
Via The Gloss: “The HandSpa is designed exclusively to plump up hands and diminish fine lines and the appearance of veins on the backs of hands. It looks like a nail dryer and emits red and amber lights to combat aging skin and uses Revitalight’s world-renowned intense LED photopulsation. Used by itself or in conjunction with creams or serums, it helps reduce wrinkles and smoothes skin, producing more youthful hands after only a few 10 minute sessions.”
You can go to a professional spa to get a Revitalight hand or foot treatment click here to search by location using zip code. Via the official Revitalight site, “The Handspa session takes only 10 minutes and spas are charging $10 to $30 per session.”
The other option that many women who are dedicated to staving off age are going for, is buying their own Revitalight machine for home use. At plastic surgery, beauty enhancement, and anti-aging megasite MakeMeHeal.com, the Footspa and the Handspa are retailing for $1995 a piece. (Question — can the Footspa be used as a Handspa, or vice versa? Cause if so…)
The phenomenon of at-home beauty gadgets is fascinating. At one time instruments that would only have been available at pricey spas, are now directly available for home use, or have an affordable variant for those who prefer to DIY. Anything is possible if you’ve got deep enough pockets.
So I’m asking the question —
What are your thoughts on the trend of at home spa grade beauty devices?
For those of you who can’t invest 4 G’s on a device but want to keep your hands as gorgeous as possible, here are a few of my recommended creams and treatments!