Okay it is now day two of the month-long DreamSpa trial and we are definitely feeling the difference. It is recommended that you use it longer to feel the effects, but after just two 30-minute sessions with the button pressed on ‘Renew’ we are really feeling increase energy and get, this, our skin is looking pinker and healthier.
The DIY rejuvenating machine isn’t cheap, it runs $1,799 plus shipping, but the company that loaned us the equipment is offering Examiner.com readers $100 off when you use the code PATTI at checkout at http://www.lighthealthresearch.com/.
A little cynical at first (you think?) I wasn’t really sure I wanted to devote a half-hour a day in a prone position with a sort of helmut over my head, and flashing LED lights (you wear eye pads) to testing this gadget out. But I’m sure glad I did and can’t wait for today’s session during which I may attach earphones to listen to music or the radio and make the time go faster, except it’s probably better to just zone out.
So far we’ve posted two pieces on the DreamSpa, which you really should read to learn more about it, if you haven’t already.Just to reiterate, the company claims that use of the DreamSpa will produce more energy, for those who use the ‘renewal’ program, more sleep when you hit ‘trance’ and added benefits such as reducing jet-lag and wrinkles, helping you to de-stress, and more.
Through five proprietary LED light programs that profoundly do all of the above as well as reverse aging (I’m in). The photons or particles of light produced by the machine are absorbed through the skin and acupuncture points and are then conducted throughout the body by the connective tissue.
Check out this video testimonial from DreamSpa client Dr. Cari Jacobson, a chiropractic physician who uses it on her patients: http://youtu.be/ZydHld2urwA. Come back regularly to learn about my progress with the DreamSpa or subscribe to this column for automated updates, it's free and easy to do.
Check out the Kanye West video to learn more about LED lights.