DIY Conductivity Gel – EASY & CHEAP!
If you have at-home devices where you need a conductivity gel, I’ve got a hot little DIY tip for you!
Today I’m sharing a tip that I’ve come up with to keep the cost down on conductivity gels. Of course, the device itself is an investment, but you can use it as much as you want once you buy it. Unfortunately, the conductivity gel that the company sells to use with these devices can be quite pricey and really adds up.
I put my thinking cap on a few months back to come up with a solution that works for me and that’s super affordable.
Come along and join me as I share the recipe and why I put it together like I did.
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Before we get started, I wanted to let you know that I’m not a medical professional or esthetician. But what I am is a world-class DIYer and an older woman who wanted to figure out how to fix my skin. As a result, I’ve made a significant impact with at-home products and devices.
Aloe Vera Gel
Devices I Use With This Formula:
MyoLift QT – True Microcurrent Device **Use code: Pretty for Your Discount!**
Nebulyft at Home Radio Frequency **Use Code Pretty30 for $30 off your purchase!**
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