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Would You SafeTox?

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?

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Rouge14 Rouge14 8 years
First of all it looks tacky, secondly it looks ridiculous, and to finish, I shall not believe in any beauty anti-ageing product that airbrushes their models in their ads, it obviously it's not working well enough to use the pics as they are!Oh and I'm 19 so, no wrinkles! :D (yet)
Rouge14 Rouge14 8 years
First of all it looks tacky, secondly it looks ridiculous, and to finish, I shall not believe in any beauty anti-ageing product that airbrushes their models in their ads, it obviously it's not working well enough to use the pics as they are! Oh and I'm 19 so, no wrinkles! :D (yet)
judeandam judeandam 8 years
i wouldn't want to put something so sketchy in such close proximity to my brain for numerous minutes a day... possible effects on the brain??? no thank you!...then again, botox isn't exactly safe either... :P
judeandam judeandam 8 years
i wouldn't want to put something so sketchy in such close proximity to my brain for numerous minutes a day... possible effects on the brain??? no thank you! ...then again, botox isn't exactly safe either... :P
tmmkitten tmmkitten 8 years
snowbunny, lol!
tmmkitten tmmkitten 8 years
snowbunny, lol!
michlny michlny 8 years
i'd try but i wouldn't buy it. no chance it works.
BabyItsBristol BabyItsBristol 8 years
Nope, not gonna try it. No need for it really. No wrinkles for me yet.
Le-Luxe Le-Luxe 8 years
Hogwash.
Le-Luxe Le-Luxe 8 years
Hogwash.
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 8 years
Eh, probably not.
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 8 years
Eh, probably not.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
Seems like a rip-off (aka piece of junk.)
snowbunny11 snowbunny11 8 years
Maybe that model should quit with the fake tanning and she wouldn't have wrinkles.
gabiushka gabiushka 8 years
no wrinkles here
gabiushka gabiushka 8 years
no wrinkles here
ladyjules79 ladyjules79 8 years
yeah, i'll try this...right after i shock myabs into shape while watching tv and eating chips...nope, not going to happen...
foudini foudini 8 years
actually you can sever the nerve connection non-chemically by a nice splice-n-dice. lol.however, this device claims to work on the muscles on the back of your head, and well, there are none. That is SKIN, namely scalp, back there. I've cut enough open to have a pretty good idea about what's there and isn't! :-) So, the claims are somewhat amusing. Who knows, maybe I missed something-- it's possible.
foudini foudini 8 years
actually you can sever the nerve connection non-chemically by a nice splice-n-dice. lol. however, this device claims to work on the muscles on the back of your head, and well, there are none. That is SKIN, namely scalp, back there. I've cut enough open to have a pretty good idea about what's there and isn't! :-) So, the claims are somewhat amusing. Who knows, maybe I missed something-- it's possible.
eshellmoyer eshellmoyer 8 years
maybe if I had wrinkles and could try it for free, but still what if the ups man came while I was wearing it?
tmmkitten tmmkitten 8 years
the only way to block the muscles nerves from working, therefore keeping wrinkles at bay, is a neurotoxin or chemical to actively block the connecting site on the neuron.this doesn't even work in a conceptual way, let alone the total disregard for science. bs.
tmmkitten tmmkitten 8 years
the only way to block the muscles nerves from working, therefore keeping wrinkles at bay, is a neurotoxin or chemical to actively block the connecting site on the neuron. this doesn't even work in a conceptual way, let alone the total disregard for science. bs.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
I'm with puddlesworth. It looks like something out of star trek. No thanks.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 8 years
You gotta be sh*tting me. The big 5-0 is coming end of this month and my only wrinkle is from sleeping on my right side; it's above my lip. My solution=I sleep on my left side now so I can get a matching one.
0037sammie 0037sammie 8 years
companies always come out with bull like this- it never works!
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