NuBrilliance Reviews – Truth or Lies?
You have probably heard of NuBrilliance by now, a new addition in the home beauty arena that claims it can take the place of spa and salon treatments. Which is a fairly common claim with these products, so in that regard it’s not presenting anything new. The problem is most reviews in this field, including NuBrilliance reviews is that they have a bad habit of being slanted one way or the other. Either their written by a pusher, trying to make you buy the product. Or a competitor trying to get you to buy theirs.
This is why, independent NuBrilliance reviews, such as this one are important. Cold hard reality, without the slant, sales pitches or other gimmicks crafted to push an opinion on you.
So what does it actually do?
Most NuBrilliance reviews taut the “spa in a box” type of angle. Which sounds nice, and probably makes sales. But it is not realistic to say that, now is it? NuBrilliance is essentially a microdermabrasion device, which when used properly can give you a similar quality result. The key words there, is when used properly.
What a lot of NuBrilliance reviews gloss over is that fact however, that results are only guaranteed when used properly. This is where a lot of people start encountering problems, while NuBrilliance does provide a DVD as well as a full manual. We all know most people do not read directions, which in some cases doesn’t matter. But with NuBrilliance it does, and those who did not read first make up a large portion of any negative reviews out there.
If used properly however, the diamond tip NuBrilliance utilizes actually does do an excellent job of removing the old dead skin from your body. With results that, overall are comparable with your standard similar treatment in a spa or salon.
So what kind of results can I expect?
Based on testimonials, as well as consumer reports you can expect to see the same kind of results for your skin after a couple treatments as you would if you went to a spa. Most commonly reported results were healthier, cleaner, younger appearing skin. As well as the lightening or wrinkles, age spots and other aging associated problems. When combined with other skin repair/care products (which we won’t go into in this review) users felt their skin looked and felt at least 20 years younger.
With the overall cost still being less then the cost of the same amount of trips to a spa to have the same work done by a professional. As well as a 30 day, 14.95 trial period there doesn’t seem to be a reason to give it a try if nothing else. Especially if you’re one of those who loves the feel of their skin after a trip to the spa, but hates the price tag attached. Take the trial, and if you don’t see the results you’re looking for you’re only out 14.95 at most.
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