Always think interesting seeing commercials promoting products that do wonderous things for the buyer.
Like Colon Flow, bracelets full of magnets, others of copper, Free Money, so saw one today promoting Goggles with sensors of acupuncture points they help relieve stress allowing user to sleep and also remove those unsightly bags under the eyes ( like PhotoShop I think)
I recall a conversation here a while back about a member getting relief from SINUS CONGESTION via if I recall correctly, His Doctor using a time- tested technique known as "AcuPRESSURE", which is similar to "AcuPUNCTURE" ... sans the NEEDLES.
I'm familiar with it because I'm an Acupressure Practitioner. (I'm also an Herbalist... it's part of my survivalist training... same as having become a MasterGardener.. I underwent the training, not to grow roses, but to have the knowledge to grow food in an emergency.)
Unfortunately... it's become commercialized... there's all sorts of BOGUS Products on the market at any given time... IMHO.. this is just another example.
Applying PRESSURE to the Body's Pressure Points #1 Is Generally VERY PAINFUL. AP Points are very tender #2 IF DONE CORRECTLY Can be very beneficial #3 If Done Incorrectly, especially EXCESSIVELY can do quite a bit of Nerve Damage.
Yes, Acupressure works for sleeplessness and can even be used as a temporary FACE-LIFT ...and getting better sleep will indeed make you look better (rested) and combat dark circles.
I doano... I'd think it's just another gizmo to take your money, destined to wind up on your Yard-Sale Table by the end of Summer.
How does it work? The facial massager works through 18 uniquely positioned pulsating nodes, which stimulates the 4 key pressure points around the eye to increase facial blood circulation and lymph flow. It is designed to help alleviate eye fatigue, pain, stress and sinus pain.
Does it need batteries? Yes, 2 triple A batteries.
How do I use it? Simply place the massager over your facial area where the mask rests comfortably on the bridge of your nose. Tighten up the headband strap so the massager does not shift on your face. Lay down in a comfortable position and press the on button and experience relaxation.
What are the settings? There are 2 settings, mode and timer. Mode controls the massage options: 11 massage options all together and the timer controls the length of your massage, 3, 5 to 10 minutes
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