Introducing PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser

I have not been this excited for a skin care breakthrough in quite some time. Quite honestly, many [quote] “breakthroughs” are merely well publicized product launches. But this, PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser is truly a major major breakthrough for the anti aging skin care community. The small hand held device is the first FDA-cleared, at-home laser clinically proven to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes – how about that for a BREAKTHROUGH?!

During a recent press meeting with the brand, my eyes nearly leaped from my head after closely inspecting what appears to be unretouched before and after pictures. After just eight weeks of daily use, participants in trials experienced results like these:

PaloVia Before & After Time Lapse Video

If the claim is true, PaloVia Skin Renewing Device is good news for men and women in search of an at home alternative to expensive in-office laser treatments! The device retails for $499, which is but a fraction of the cost of an in-office laser wrinkle treatment procedure.

QVC is currently running an introductory offer that saves you almost $100.  If crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes are causing you to look, ahem, wiser than your years, I strongly suggest looking into this device. Personally, I’m waiting for a version of the PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser to help me target my early stage “smile lines” :)

To learn more about this skin care breakthrough, visit QVC.com for expert tips, demos, Q&A, and more.

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Comments

  1. Courtney says:

    Hi Felicia! Just wondering if you tried this out as sometimes lasers cause hyperpigmentation on olive skinned to dark skinned women. Was just given one to try out but wanted to get your take first.

    xo Cort

  2. Felicia Felicia says:

    Hi Cort! Unfortunately, no. I had a friend try it out, but he’s fair. So I do not have first hand insight to share re:darker skin. But I was told it’s safe for dark skin. I hope this is helpful!

  3. Mirna says:

    Hi, I’m wondering if anyone with an olive skin type has tried this product yet. I’m curious to know if does cause hyperpigmentation or not.

    Thank you,
    Mirna

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