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FaceMaster by Suzanne Somers

Posted by secapps (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 20, 07 at 22:47

Has anyone used the Face Master by Suzanne Somers? They sell it on Home Shopping. It is pricey, so I hate to spend money on something that might not be much help.

I am 55 and keep trying products to improve the look of my skin, but so far I don't see any results.

Thanks, Susie

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RE: FaceMaster by Suzanne Somers

They are selling it on ebay, there was a new in box one for $84.00, you can try there...

There are reviews for it on HSN, but it seems like any product that they sell has positive reviews. I wonder if all the reviews there are geniune.

RE: FaceMaster by Suzanne Somers

I'm a firm believer that facial exercise and massage are good for the face, but I use an exercise program called flex effect instead of a gadget. If you take a look at their website they have explanations of why you get better results with resistance exercises than gadgets.

All I ever bought from them was the first video. Once you catch on to the idea, you find yourself making up your own exercises anyway.

I bought this years ago and have had periods of using it diligently and other times of quitting for long periods. I can tell a difference when I keep it up.

Here is a link that might be useful: Flex effect

RE: FaceMaster by Suzanne Somers

I have been using the facemaster on and off for the last 3 years and believe it has helped a lot, with facial muscle tone. ~maya

Here is a link that might be useful: facemaster

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