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News from advertising hell – Rejuvenique: The Ultimate Facial Toning System

Neues aus der Werbe-Hölle – Rejuvenique: The Ultimate Facial Toning System

You can find the strangest things on YouTube. While I was recently browsing through a few videos, I accidentally stumbled upon this gem:

Great job, I really laughed out loud. Then I asked myself whether the video was a complete fake or whether this scary mask really existed. I googled it briefly and lo and behold, the thing really exists or actually existed!!! At the end of the 1990s, the doctor Dr. George Springer appointed, with Rejuvenique: The Ultimate Facial Toning System to throw a successful mix of “Friday the 13th” and “The Silence of the Lambs” onto the market – mind you, as a serious beauty product, not as a Halloween costume. The fact that Dr. Springer Linda Evans, the older one among us from the series “Denver Clan” and a self-confessed New Age supporter, was able to win as a testimonial, which doesn't really make things any better in my opinion. Take a look at some pictures of Mrs. Evans online and you'll see what I mean...

The purpose of the Rejuvenique mask was to tighten the facial muscles using electrical current. Of course, I can't judge whether this really has any effect (which I'm not sad about), but the fact is that the mask was sold until a few years ago and still has numerous enthusiastic fans on the Internet. I would also like to have one as a Halloween costume, but there are other options to do something good for my face.

However, I had so much fun with the video that in the future I will be on the lookout for similar, let's carefully call them superfluous, beauty gadgets and tell you about them. This can be easily combined with my beauty program in the evening with significantly less scary face masks. For example peeling masks, clay masks, lifting masks, collagen masks…