I've been using this a week so far, so length of use might be a factor in the results. I would say if 100 is a perfect result for me, then I got about 40 from this product. My expectations weren't sky high either, just wanted a bit more moisture in my skin and this has helped, more than if I had just used a thicker moisturiser and more serums, so points for that. Is the improvement worth over £150?...... I'm not sure, I've spent more on less, so maybe this is ok if your expectations are reasonable and your bank balance is healthy enough to take the hit.
I'm happy to revise the review if the results become better over time, I'll do some points of interest (pro's and con's):
+ Device is small
+ Fairly waterproof, cleaned with a damp cloth often with no issues
+ Holds a decent charge, if used once a day over two weeks you'd probably still have a few more days before needing to charge
+ Tested for Ultrasound, the device genuinely produces these frequencies
- The gel included is best for evening treatments, way to icky for daytime unless you wipe it off with a damp cloth
- No UK plug and extra charges for USB adapter
- Lot's of misleading claims that the device will only work with their serum - this is not correct, ultrasound devices can work with loads of cheaper alternatives. Don't believe this marketing schtick. Also the serum is just for conductivity of ultrasound, you have to put a serum on under it to get the benefit.
- One minute session timer can get old fast when you…