Original product site offer details & such: 30-day trial: $14.95 + $19.95 S&H, after 30 days, $284.05. 1 time payment: $299 + $0.00 S&H. 4 payments, 1st payment - $79.75, remaining 4 payments - $59.80 each. Includes: Sales tax: Varies. Notes: Bring a calculator.
I made a difficult decision this week: I backed up my flight back down to Southwest Florida two weeks. Though the winter has been pretty kind up here along the Duneland Shores of Lake Michigan, at the same time we've been cold as hell and sick as s*it. A little warmth and sun would do wonders for me to overcome the depression incurred by the lack of sunlight. Where was RedMD back in December when I most needed it? It's supposed to help the body replenish skin, look younger and if it's simulating the sun without all the f***king radiation, I bet it'd help with these winter blues. Let's find out.
RedMD is an anti-aging LED light therapy treatment that is based on the products and machines used in beauty salons & spas. They're supposed to replenish the skin by stimulating its desire to repair itself with collagen & elastin. The best way we heard it: imagine getting all the Vitamin D benefits of the sun without all that radiation. Now though we don't believe you receive vitamin D from the LED treatment, the waves & radiation-less heat is meant to trick the skin into feeling warm
According to www.RedMD.com, RedMD claims the following features and benefits:
- reduces wrinkles
- minimizes fine lines
- brightens age spots
- repairs sun damage
- improves laxity
Order Process: Clear as a New Mexican sierra sunrise with one NOTABLE exception: the product site advertises the trial but pre-selects the one-time payment option. Classic online direct response misdirection. Make sure you click the right radio button when you order and you should be good to go.
Product Performance: For this particular brand of anti-aging LED products, there isn't much out there. Welcome to the land of new products. Blogs, videos, news & industry sites have little to say so far. As for their competitors, it's typically review fluff on beauty sites. Our confidence stems in the lack of detractors for the product. Seriously, don't go overboard using it. We don't want to hear that anyone used it so much that they started looking like Cassandra, the last living human on earth (a Doctor Who thing):
We expect that some people will get good use out of it. We figure a few will get addicted and will prune their skin for awhile and blame the product. We expect too few people will consult their physician. We anticipate that those who like the LED light treatment will find some value in the product and will be smart enough to supplement it with their diets and beauty creams and exercise regimens - hopefully.
Just, please, for all that's holy and precious in this world, do not use LED anti aging light treatments as the end all / beat all approach to your attempts to avoid looking old. Drink more water and less alcohol. Keep the calories down to what is good for your size (check out myfitnesspal.com for some quick help). Get some sleep. And if your food has a flashy logo, comes in a air-compressed bag and you purchased it as you were getting gas, you might have the answer as to why you can't fit into your clothes from college.
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