I’ve been using the Nu Skin ageLOC Galvanic Spa II since 2012, though not consistently. My husband got one for me after learning that the way its gentle galvanic currents work is somewhat similar to electrotherapy (or that’s what we thought, at least). At that time, I was still recovering from having peripheral neuropathy (read about it here), and we were open to try stuff that could help me get back to being healthy and start looking more like myself again.
To make a long story short, the ageLOC Galvanic Spa II worked for me, giving me benefits other than what it claims to offer. For one, the other half of my face no longer looks lopsided.* Moreover, at 38 years old, I still do not have deep lines on the forehead, around the mouth, and near the eyes.
About two years ago, a client gave me a brand new ageLOC Galvanic Body Spa. She’s a renowned dermatologist (a celebrity doctor on UNTV Channel) and she got the product for free from a certain promo at Nu Skin. Since she already has a (huge) machine at her clinic that could supposedly do the same job, she decided to give this beauty gadget to me.
I thought that was generous of her, although she probably gave it to me because she realized that I had given her such a huge discount on a certain product range that she had bought from me. Anyway, I thought I’d rather sell it, since I already have an ageLOC Galvanic Spa II, which could also be used for the body.
I never really got around to try and sell it, however, since I’ve been working from home for several years now and recently, I have also started homeschooling my children. Hence, my ageLOC Galvanic Body Spa remained unopened, safely tucked away at the back of my dresser drawer. This morning, however, someone I have told in the past about my intention to sell the gadget asked if it’s still available and whether I was still willing to sell it. She requested for some photos of it too, proof that its seal has not been broken. Apparently, she had met someone who seems interested in buying an ageLOC Galvanic Body Spa. So after so many months, I finally took it out of the drawer.
It was while taking photos of the box that I saw the note saying that batteries were already installed in the gadget, and I panicked. Seriously, how could I have missed that, and why would the manufacturer do that? Yes, they may include batteries, but why install them right away? Anxious to make sure that the batteries are still good–there’s no leakage–and after sharing with my husband my new dilemma, i.e., in case the prospective buyer decides not to buy it because I was about to open the box and break the seal, I finally went ahead and unboxed it…
Now that I’ve seen all its contents, I think I might just keep this beauty for myself! After all, I’ve heard so many rave reviews about it, and coming from Nu Skin, the leader in anti-aging science, you can bet it would help me achieve the figure I wanted to have again before hubby comes home in December if I start using it regularly soon. Besides, like I said earlier, Nu Skin ageLOC Galvanic Spa II has worked for me; this would only complete my collection then!
On the other hand, I’m still open to buyers. It’s still practically brand new and unused, you know? But hurry, please, or I’ll end up using it myself–then you may have to pay me to let you try it! 😉
*This is based on my personal experience upon using the product. I do not claim that if you have the same medical condition, you would also get the same results, although I would encourage you to try and use the product in the hope that you might get the same results too. Note that Nu Skin ageLOC Galvanic Spa II is a beauty gadget that is meant to erase wrinkles from your face and make you look up to 10 years younger, and not a medical tool. Please take the time to follow the links (by clicking on the underlined words) in this post for related information.