Monday, September 7, 2015

Lift Care 24K Lift Bar is easy to use and supports my beauty routine #liftbar

I take excellent care of my skin on a daily basis but I feel like I can always do more. I had heard about this nifty Lift Care 24K Lift Bar and was excited to give it a try. I was not disappointed. 
It was easy to use and I found my creams and serums really penetrated more rapidly. The company shares that the vibrating pulse device when used regularly can help support against sagging skin, wrinkles, and can help rejuvenates your complexion. It pulses at 10,000 vibrations per minute . The Lift Bar is even coated in 24K Gold. 
The Lift Bar delivers powerful and efficient skin support in just minutes. It has a patent pending Hematite stone embedded on the T-Head that also supports blood circulation and some rave about the ancient healing properties. An additional function of the Lift Bar is the Acupuncture Nervous Point System.  You simply hold the bar upright and use the narrow point of the T-Head to apply onto pressure points to activate this additional benefit. 

The Lift Bar works in combination with your favorite cream or serum. Consider how much more effective it can be when gently massagedionto the skin pores with the Lift Bar versus your hands. I noticed it the first time I used it. This high tech portable device supports firmer skin and complexion for anyone from 20-80+. I find I am waking up looking more refreshed in the morning. 
The Hematite is often referred to as the blood stone because of its mystical properties purported to cleanse, purify  calm and soothe. It has been said to provide a grounding effect
The Hematite in the Lift Bar, in conjunction with the powerful vibrations of the T-head, supports blood circulation. While the facial massager vibrates, it gently supports the firming of the skin. You can sense the calm, cooling effects of the stone during treatment.
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