My ears always perk up when I hear mention of a noninvasive wrinkle-eraser. The SafeTox is promoted as a safe alternative to Botox. The wacky-looking teal headband supposedly causes the muscles in the front of your face to relax and loosen while simultaneously tightening the muscles around the back of your head. The result is smooth, firm skin. All this for the low, low price of only $400? Wow!
At the risk of sounding like my grandpa, I say hogwash to the SafeTox. It's so small and flimsy that I can't imagine it doing much of anything. (Plus, no wires — am I to believe that this powerful muscle stimulator runs on a teensy little battery?) What do you think? Would you try SafeTox?