Lit from Within: Lift Your #saggingskin and Spirits with the Lift Bar Pro

Friday, December 11, 2015

Lift Your #saggingskin and Spirits with the Lift Bar Pro

Press Sample.  All opinions are my own.
Hello, Fireflies!

You know how they say, that no matter how hard we try, sometimes we just end up becoming our parents anyway?  Well, my mom is a Gadget Queen.  She loves them.  She has a gadget just for hulling strawberries; another for slicing avocados; a specially designed tupperware just for keeping frozen waffles...  My mom also has amazing skin.  She looks 20 years younger than she is.  With the Lift Bar Pro, I'm fulfilling both my mom's love of gadgets, and for younger-looking skin!

The Lift Bar Pro is three tools in one little, vibrating package.  It is powered by an (included) AA battery, which they put right there in the middle of the package. It's like they know me - I if I have to go find one myself, it will take me forever! The handle unscrews to house the battery, and the dial to turn on/off/adjust the speed of the vibrations is at the bottom of the handle, too. 
The bar itself has a head plated with 24k gold, with hematite embedded in the ends. The gold and the hematite are supposed to, in and of themselves, be good for the skin.  I'm not qualified to tell you if that's true or not, but I can tell you that the vibrations from this thing feel really good.  You need to use a little bit of pressure when running the flat head across the skin.  The gold gives it a little friction, which aids in the massage.  Using that side is what makes my skin feel tight and tingly when I'm done.  The narrow end is good for a more intense massage.  It feels really good on my temples.
The Lift Bar Pro comes with two attachments - a scrub brush, and a pumice stone.  While the Lift Bar itself feels like a quality tool, I'm not that impressed with the attachments.  They are made of lightweight plastic.  The hinge on the scrub brush is already damaged, and the clasp is difficult to use.  I feel like I have to be really careful to seat it correctly so that it will latch securely, but not break. 

The brush itself is nice -  a little stiff, but it's not irritating.  I have used it with several different soaps, but my favorite is actually one from Clinique that is designed for their sonic cleanser.  It's really nice, gentle, and creamy, but still foams a little.  I tried the pumice stone once, but it's too hard.  My face was killing me after using it. The scrub brush seems like it would be enough to exfoliate.  I would love to see them add a silicone head, like the Foreo Luna, to the lineup of accessories.
The Lift Bar Pro is supposed to increase the effectiveness of your serums by 200% by massaging them into the face, however, with my oily skin, the bar feels good even by itself. I especially like it under my chin to help tighten my quadruple chins, on the side of my face to help lift my jowls, and using the hematite on my temples. 
The Lift Bar comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, and a 1-year warranty.  The list price is $79.99, but is currently on special for $35.98 on Amazon.

Do you like skincare gadgets, too?

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