cant you return it if it doesnt work?im sure some of these devices work (somewhat) but the problem is that the companies that advertise them tend to exaggerate the effectiveness and the beneifts. thats where people start to whine and complain that products like zeno and oxylight are scams. buyers dont see the amazing results that were promised after 24h.
i bought to oxylight and i cant say that its the best product i ever used. im only 21 and i was hoping to get softer, more even skin from it but i havnt been keeping up with using the device. it doesnt help my acne at all. the claimed the sensations the device produces on the skin was like chamaign bubbles but for me it was zaping me. i though my oxylight was broken or something.
I never buy anything off the TV. Ive learned the hard way.nope. i bought in one of those As-SEEN-ON-TV stores and they were pretty much trying to get rid of the oxylight and they didnt want to see it again. that should have told me something was up but i really wanted to try it and was prepared to be disappointed and loose my money.
you probably could do that and still get the same results. It's just that these companies hype up their products so much and make people think they are miracle machines. I guess that's what you have to do to make a buck these days.question: if this zeno device is suppose to heat up the pimple then why not use a hot wet towel and do the same thing with that? i really dont get why this thing is so special.