Puritif is the first company to identify one of the fastest rising trends in the beauty world. With technological engineering that enables manufacturers to build products that replicate on-site equipment used by professionals in salons, spas, and clinics.
Puritif has brought together a wide range of devices suitable for home use technology.
Puritif’s story began back in 2009 when Thomas and Alex were introduced; Thomas with a history in medical devices and Alex’s extensive experience in e-commerce.
The idea of a website devoted exclusively to health and well-being technology has started with a variety of gadgets that have previously been used in physiotherapists’ rooms and in the homes of professional athletes.
This business has a one-star rating from me. This is the first time I’ve ever expressed dissatisfaction with a product or business. This is a terrible business with a terrible product. They will not allow you to return the defective goods, as others have said. Thomas does not respond to the email address thomas evotrom-vgnt.com on the PayPal account… Lia Brown, who does respond, is a complete waste of time. Is there a problem? Well, it’s not working!!!! Overall, a bad product and a bad business. I’ll go into consumer services since this thing isn’t suitable for purpose. You should not purchase anything from them.
Ordered with a 10/14 day delivery and an incorrect tracking number, thus there’s a queue that grows everyday. The delivery date was altered twice, so I filed a PayPal dispute after a month, and lo and behold, it arrived 3 days later via tracking 48. (even though it was apparently shipped a month before). A cheap package (not displayed) and a cheap gadget (not shown) seem to be from a discount store. Doesn’t function, and no one has responded to my emails. There’s nothing I can do about PayPal, therefore it’s a costly error.
This machine isn’t even deserving of a single star; I agree with the other reviews that it’s cheap junk and a complete rip-off. When questioned, the business advertises a money-back promise that they do not honour, and they do not respond to emails. At all costs, stay away. I’m glad they were reported to Facebook.
Disgustingly cheap garbage This is a fraud, and the vendors should be prohibited from scamming people out like this. It seems to be from a pound store and is much too costly for what it is.
If I could, I’d give this a zero-star rating. The puritanical Vibra, ostensibly their own original product, is really a cheap Chinese knockoff. The packing is shoddy, and the sole “instruction manual” is a tiny booklet written in Chinese and poor English. The vibra is said to have two modes: one for heat and one for massage. There is, however, no option to switch to either. Negative reviews are removed from the business’s Facebook page, and the company has failed to respond to my request to return and get a refund. Avoid!
First and foremost, I like the mobility of this device—small it’s enough to fit in my pocket if I so desired. But don’t be fooled by its little stature; it’s a force to be reckoned with. Those laser currents are no joke—they feel like rubber bands cracking across my face. Fun? No, not at all. However, I can handle two minutes each day, particularly since the commitment is just for eight weeks. By then, the skin around my eyes had become totally smooth and wrinkle-free. (Creaseless concealer is a two-word phrase.) I AM AWARE.)
I’ve discovered that it’s a fantastic mindless Netflix pastime, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised by each setting. While the red light does appear to contour and plump the skin a little (though it could also be because I’m running the device along my skin for several minutes like a facial massage), my favourite is the yellow: Not only does it brighten my complexion, but it’s also proven to be extremely helpful in lightening stubborn psoriasis scars from a flare-up that covered 90% of my body at the time.