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ila-spa present the Sonic Wave Therapy Device; an innovative, anti-aging tool designed to be used in conjunction with the brand's Gold Cellular Age-Restore Face Serum to promote a smooth, youthful-looking complexion.
The gentle sonic waves distributes product on the face and neck, helping the serum penetrate into the deepest layers of your skin to deliver long-lasting hydration so that skin appears plump and firm. Features three LED light settings: 'Red' to minimise the look of wrinkles and increase skin elasticity, 'Green' to calm redness and inflammation and 'Blue' to rebalance, refine and reduce the appearance of blemishes.
Serum not included.
Apply the ila Gold Cellular Age-Restore Serum (not included) liberally to the Sonic Wave Machine and glide across the skin upwards and outwards. Use in conjunction with the light therapy to enhance results. Can be used up to a maximum of three times a week. Please refer to user manual for more information.
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ila-spa Sonic Wave Therapy Device