Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Review it Wednesday -- What exactly is in that little bottle of water?

A couple of months ago, I was sent another product to review. Of course, as is always the case when someone sends me something to write about on the blog, I did not pay for it. You may think that motivates me to post a positive review, but I assure you, it does not. At the very least, I will simply send the product back with a note that I cannot possibly post a good review, as was the case with a children's book I received in October. There just wasn't much good to say about it and rather than pan it publicly, I just slipped it into an envelope and mailed it back to the author (it really was quite awful). I've seen other reviews of the same book and can't help wondering what the reviewers were reading/looking at!

Anyway, when I first received the Infotone Face Mist AquaLiv's BioT Bioinformation Technology, I was skeptical. After all, it was just a small, purse-sized glass bottle of water with a tiny white ball rolling around inside. Hmmm. This bottle of water promised hydration, glowing skin, firmness, fewer wrinkles, improved skin pigmentation and a clear complexion. Uh huh. And it was good for an entire year. All I had to do was fill the bottle back up with purified tap water or natural spring water.

At least it's free, I thought. It's worth a shot.

Well, let me tell you ... I'm in love with this product. If you haven't finished your Christmas shopping and have $35 to spend on someone on your list, this is what you want to get them. Seriously.

Since using the Infotone Face Mist, my skin is tighter, there is a slight lightening of those blasted age spots on my face (and hands) and a definite reduction in wrinkles. At this point, the only thing I'm using is my Norwex Body Cloths to wash my face (with plain water) followed by a generous spritzing of Infotone. That's it. No creams, no lotions. And my skin feels amazing.

What is it about this little bottle of spring water that makes it so remarkable? The secret is in the ball -- a little white non-toxic 100% natural mineral clay ceramic bead that contains AquaLiv's Bioinformation Technology. Skeptical? Well, the effectiveness has been scientifically proven by Dr. Sean Sleight, ph.D., Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington. The ceramic mineral bead has antibacterial properties designed to eliminate a common parasite that is linked to breakouts and irritated skin.

And it works. Really.

All you need to do after you cleanse your face is douse it good with a generous spray of Infotone Face Mist. Spray it on until your face is dripping wet. Then wait 60 seconds so the moisture can absorb. Pat dry. Follow with your normal cream or lotion, if desired.

Throughout the day, you can lightly mist your face right over your makeup. Of course, you want to do it lightly. It makes your skin sparkle a bit.

I don't restrict its use to my face, however. I use it on my neck (although I haven't seen improvement on the wrinkles there, unfortunately), and I use it on my hands at least once a day. Apparently, my nails and cuticles are loving it!

To dissuade the skepticism of my husband, I did the hand test -- I sprayed a generous amount on the back of Bill's right hand. We waiting a minute, then dabbed it dry. The difference in the texture of his skin was immediate! The back of his left hand was rough. The back of his right hand was considerably smoother. He's a believer.

And so am I. I can't recommend this product enough.

I love the fact that you can refill the bottle and use it for a year. That means I can spritz and spray to my heart's content, not worrying about "wasting" it or trying to preserve it. Cool, huh?

I love that it comes in glass. No plastic chemicals polluting a great product.

I love that it's all natural and safe. I can even spritz my granddaughter's face without being concerned.

I love that it was free ... but I will eagerly order another bottle at the end of the year ... and pay for it!

That's my review for today. Visit the Infotone Facebook page or website for more information. While you're on Facebook, 'like' their page -- it's just a nice thing to do.

Infotone Face Mist ... you get Green Grandma's two green thumbs up!

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  1. Sounds amazing! Do you have any before/after pics? I'd love to see the difference!

  2. Unfortunately, I don't, Wanda. Didn't think of that when I started using the product.


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