SELFKAIRE KAIRETOOL™ CELLULITE REMOVER & FACE SCULPTING TOOL


No one is a fan of bad experiences, nevertheless they are an integral and inseparable aspect of our earthly existence, they sustain balance and help us to appreciate the good ones more, like a yīnyáng in the fabric of our days, months and years, in the wondrous cycle that is called life. I'm aware that, not without reason, they trigger the aversion and desire for avoidance, but ultimately they can show themselves as great teachers – running away from the challenging circumstances is not a solution, we must deal with them. When everything is alright, we fall into monotonous rut and our brain, in order to occupy itself with something, begins to look for tribulation where there is none. However, when we're confronted with serious adversities, then we are actually drawing the lection, and one of the most valuable is that no matter what, we're capable and ready to persevere, fight through and prevail. Franklin D. Roosevelt summed it up excellently: „A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.“, and Angelina Jolie continued: „I do believe in the old saying 'what does not kill you makes you stronger'. Our experiences, good and bad, make us who we are. By overcoming difficulties, we gain strength and maturity.“ We can achieve that only with acceptance and listening to what they're conveying, as Elijah Wood said: „Our bad experiences are what make us who we are and what make us grow and allow us to learn, if we choose to see lessons in those experiences.“ That's precisely what happened to Kathy Chou, the founder of Selfkaire brand, whose Kairetool™ massager completely intrigued me.
Specifically, Kathy's job required her to sit for 80 to 100 hours a week, which caused multiple health issues. Almost every doctor that she consulted found a source in genetics, and one even suggested botox injections for temporary pain relief, at a price of $ 10 000 in pretty short intervals. As she was gradually losing hope in western medicine, although sceptical, she decided to visit a prominent eastern physician whose regular patients in Beijing were members of her family. She later graphically described the procedure as five hours of medieval excruciation, as her body was subjected to weekly cleansing by a brush with plastic spokes which inflicted bruises, stains and swellings, and it took eight months to reach the first visible results. The therapy concluded with wet bathing and the discharge of stagnant black blood and silver liquid similar to mercury, that is, heavy metal poisons accumulated in the organism. When she saw the amount of harmful materials that was piled within for years, her perception of soundness radically altered, which prompted her to embark on nine-year research of ancient techniques of oriental medicine, together with masterful practitoners and a team of engineers, and to devise Kairetool™ massager. Created with the goal of promoting the positive and wholesome outlook toward mind and body, it emerged in the unification of innovative theories that mitigates horrible side effects and time-consuming devotion that guarantees true efficacy after only one month of consuetude.
This massager operates on the principle of acupressure, the final consequence of which is successful release of toxins, and is functional on the face, scalp, hands, shoulders, chest, back, abdomen, buttocks and legs. Its unique shape can't go unnoticed and at the first glance it reminded me of a combination of spaceship and torture gadget from dark ages. I didn't have a chance to hold it in my fist, but the girls whose videos I was watching mention considerable weight, since it was fashioned out of surgical steel, and depending on inclinations and outcome you're aiming for, the intensity of circular motions may vary. Beside matte design, the official site offers Daisy-Flower Cut, Dia-Diamond Cut and Jade Crystal in turquoise and gentle-pink hue, as well as Rose Quartzs whose small rocks are „tucked“ in the handle, while the lower segment with three needles and spherules on tops is identical in all of them.
Kairetool™ is a natural and noninvasive agent for detoxification and contouring of face and body. Daily usage diminishes puffiness, polishes fine lines, improves elasticity, glow and skin prospect, alleviates muscle tension, stimulates circulation and lymphatic dreinage, reduces cellulite and, if you're concentrated on a distinct area, purifies deep tissue. Due to its figure, it's easily adjustable and enables unhampered managing, and it's convenient for packing and carrying on travels.

It's not prudent to pull it or rub it on the skin, but by light pressing to produce mild and moderate rotations, it's admissible to utilize it independently or in conjunction with oil, face mask, lotion or cream, and by turning the other side you can employ it as a traditional forehead roller. One-month treatment is recommended, 15 minutes per day, after which a 1 to 2 week intermission is advisable, so that the body can expel detrimental and unnecessary substances.
It is interesting how one negative experience can change an individual's entire life and inspire him or her to originate something new that will serve others. I love nonaggressive body care methods, especially those that are performable in the comfort of our own home. Therefore, Kairetool™ seems like a perfect ally to me: a single device for the whole body, without the fear of parts breaking off, without thinking if the batteries are charged, and extremely simple maintenance that comes down to just rinsing in warm water. Admittedly, I would need two because I prefer not to use the same on my face and body. What it promises sounds more than satisfying and, except for face massage, I'm particularly inquisitive about scalp massage too, and I'm also quite curious regarding the impacts on my stomach.
Have you encountered Kairetool™ Cellulite Remover & Face Sculpting Tool yet? Would you be willing to test it? What are your impressions? Write me in the comments.
Till the next post, best wishes!

DISCLAIMER
Beauty gadgets is a section created with the idea of informing the readers about the devices and tools which can be found on the market, intended for skin care. The Exclusive Beauty Diary blog is focused on products and preparations, but today's indispensable items are cosmetic devices too, so I think that it's interesting and useful to offer some overview, but whitout detailed evaluation and personal assessement until I try them myself. Accordingly, photos are downloaded from the manufacturer's site.

56 comments:

  1. Hi
    I have never tried any beauty gadgets. Let's say I'm a little skeptical about the benefits of this. But thanks for sharing the story.
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  2. Thanks a lot =) I like this picture too.

    Interesting product, sounds really good against Cellulite =)

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  3. I wonder if this would actually work, seems interesting!

    xoniomaniax.blogspot.com

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  4. Very interesting tool. I've never heard about it before, but I'd like to try it. Thank you for sharing my Dear :)

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  5. sounds interesting, I enjoyed meeting!
    xoxo www.diadebrilho.com

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  6. This looks like a very intriguing device - as you say, I'd prefer to keep one for my face and one for my body though. I love how much detail you always go into, I always learn something new :) Lisa

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  7. I've never heard of this tool but it sounds amazing! I need to try it.

    xx Simone
    Little Glittery Box

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  8. This looks very neat!!

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  9. This is so interesting. I used many beauty tools, but never something like this.

    xx Alyssa | STYLE VANITY

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  10. I haven't heard about this tool before but it sounds really interesting. Thank you for sharing!

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  11. These devices always intrigue me but I'm always sceptical about whether or not they work. Interesting to learn the origin of this one in particular. I agree, I think I'd like a separate one for face and body. Although I think one for a scalp massage sounds lovely! x

    Sophie
    www.glowsteady.co.uk

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  12. I have never heard of this or tried anything like it. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. This looks so interesting! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. I've never heard of this one. It sounds fabulous.
    XOOX
    Jodie

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  15. I'm always skeptical of products like these so thanks for sharing your honest review with us!

    Shauna

    www.lipglossandlace.net

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  16. I have a 3D massage tool and I love it. Have a nice day. Best regards Jana

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  17. I should give it a try!!
    xx
    Mónica Sors
    MES VOYAGES À PARIS
    NEW POST: MY DREAM DRESS

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  18. Wow, I hear about it first :) I'm very interested ;)

    kisses

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  19. This looks really interesting! Thank you for introducing it to us :)

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  20. This sounds so interesting! I would love to try it!

    Ashlee | https://www.maybeafterbrunch.com

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  21. This is very interesting!
    I really never believed very much on these beauty tools so i've never tried any of them, but after reading your post now they seem quite interesting to me!
    And there are a good idea even for a present! :)
    XO
    S
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  22. I'm so curious about the results!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  23. Parece bem interessante, quem tiver celulite pode experimentar.
    Bjs

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  24. It is the first time I see this gadget, thanks for sharing.
    Kisses,
    E.
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  25. Cool post!

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    Kisses ;*

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  26. I've seen a lot of face massagers but never a body one before, it looks really interesting although I'm not sure it's for me!

    Hope that you are having a great week and have a nice weekend ahead of you :)

    Away From Blue

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  27. I'd like to test this device ☺
    greetings
    Lili

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  28. Sounds great! I'd like to try it
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  29. I am fascinated by this would love to try it out.


    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  30. I didn't know this item. Thanks for the information.

    Kisses

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  31. Sounds interesting

    www.infinitelyposh.com

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  32. I didn't know it yet, very interesting.

    Beijos/Kisses.

    Anete Oliveira
    Blog Coisitas e Coisinhas
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  33. I wonder if this would actually work, suuuper curious!! :)
    www.styledays.pt

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  34. I have a hard time going back to make up for the experience if my past one was bad. Though, it is worth a shot to give it another chance. Oooh, I didn't know that there is a tool like this! I think this is so much safer than microneedling. I love how fancy it looks too! Glad this is a working option. Thanks for sharing!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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  35. So intrigued... interesting device!
    Kisses, Paola.

    Expressyourself

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  36. What a cool face gadget. I really need one.

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  37. I never heard about it but I'm convinced it works! Sometimes the simplest things are working best. Thanks a lot for sharing - especially the story behind it.
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  38. Such an interesting post! I've never heard of this before, but it sounds intriguing and I would love to give it a try!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  39. This is an interesting gadget that I'd love to try!

    Jill - Doused in Pink

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  40. What a beautiful product! I would love to try it soon!
    Thank you for sharing<3

    akiko
    www.akikohiramatsu.com

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  41. I'd love to try this! I love new gadgets like these!

    Shauna

    www.lipglossandlace.net

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  42. Intersting product

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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  43. pues lo veo genial este producto, para hacer masaje en la celulitis, es necesario acompañar las cremas de masajes

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  44. This is very cool! I love that it helps with removing toxins all while massaging the skin. Thanks for sharing love!

    Xo,
    www.stylemefancy.com

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  45. That's very interesting! Have a nice Sunday!

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  46. Um post extremamente interessante!... Confesso que ainda não conhecia este produto... que me parece super útil!...
    Vou tentar achar por estes lados! Mais uma excelente sugestão por aqui!... E que pode proporcionar também uma boa oferta para o Natal!
    Beijinhos
    Ana

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