30 SolaWave Before and After Pictures
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There are always new ways to improve how we look and feel. Think back to antiquity when the Greeks used chalk and margarine to whiten their faces. Eyelash curlers have only been around since the 1950s.
SolaWave represents the latest developments in health and beauty (though it’s strange we so often combine those nowadays). Their premium product is a red light therapy wand that can improve your skin’s look and feel in as little as two weeks.
SolaWave has received support from trusted esthetician Shamara Bondaroff for its ingenuity. The small, LA-based company has been swooning customers since its inception, evidenced by the Instagram following of more than 255k.
The best way to demonstrate SolaWave’s appeal is by showing you before and after pictures of clients.
They show how the SolaWave Wand and SolaWave Renew Complex Serum can affect people with different skin conditions. After you look through the photos, keep reading to find out how SolaWave works and their success rate.
30 SolaWave Before and After Pictures
How Does SolaWave Work?
Everyone is asking how the SolaWave Wand works. A small device that looks like a razor that you run over your skin a few minutes a day is, admittedly, perplexing. Once you figure out that it’s accomplishing four tasks at once then it’s easier to wrap your head around.
The SolaWave Wand uses microcurrents, red light therapy, warmth, and massaging to help all layers of your face. Microcurrents are painless, low-voltage shocks that penetrate the muscles beneath the skin. They work the muscles in a way that can help your skin look younger.
Red light therapy uses LEDs to bring your skin back to life. It aims to rid your face of blemishes like acne scars, wrinkles, and stubborn lines. These are the culprits of many people’s insecurities about their skin because they’re abrasive.
Then there’s the massaging aspect. The SolaWave Wand delivers small, gentle massages to your skin to bring down puffiness and inflammation. The best way I can describe it is this; you know when your face looks slightly bigger in the morning after you wake up? The wand’s massages can reduce that puffiness.
The final card in the SolaWave Wand’s deck is therapeutic warming, which it uses to increase the effectiveness of its other functions. Warm skin can better absorb treatment and creams. Plus, warm skin is less tense, so the massages and microcurrents can penetrate deeper.
However, SolaWave also offers their Renew Complex Serum, which can drastically increase the wand’s effectiveness. It’s a vegan serum with blue tansy oil, hyaluronic acid, cucumber fruit extract, and aloe vera juice. These ingredients help moisturize skin, battle breakouts and acne, and minimize pore visibility. You should use the serum right before you apply the wand if you want the best results.
What Is The Success Rate of SolaWave?
There’s only been one study that looked at SolaWave’s success rate and it was rather limited in scope. Only 60 customers participated in the study, and it only took place over 30 days. That means the pool of data to draw from is small. Nevertheless, we must persist, and that means working with what we have. Here are the results from the study:
- 97% of participants noted their skin looked and felt more hydrated after two weeks of consistent SolaWave usage
- 93% of participants said their skin looked more lively after the same amount of time
- 94% of participants claimed that their skin’s appearance improved after using SolaWave as directed for 14 days
Again, take these results with a grain of salt because they were taken from a study SolaWave funded and the sample size is small. Luckily, they represent that most people saw quick and noticeable changes after adding SolaWave to their skincare routine.
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