Rejuvenique is supposed to shock facial muscles for a younger look. Regulators say there are no studies to prove it. With dazzling promises of a younger-looking face, Clearwater inventor George E. Springer introduced a battery-powered face mask to the world five years ago. He gave it a fancy, European sounding name, "Rejuvenique," and registered it with the U.
The Failure Awards for defunct branding | #8 Rejuvenique Face Mask
The Failure Awards for defunct branding | #8 Rejuvenique Face Mask | The Drum
Some beauty products grab the attention of the world because of their innovation. Other products and tools grab our attention for another reason — because they are quite simply nightmares. Such is the case with the Rejuvenique Electric Facial Mask , which found infomercial notoriety when it debuted in The combination of the two and the visceral creepiness of watching blinking eyes peer out from the plastic mask sent the infomercial viral.
I Tried One of the Scariest Facial Masks Ever, and This Is What Happened
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Face masks have become the foundation of any luxurious skin care routine. No matter how tired, stressed, broken-out, or dehydrated your skin may be, there's a face mask out there to actually help it recover and return your natural glow. But with more ways to apply them than ever before—sheet, mud, gel, peel-off—and tons of clean options, it can be hard to determine which facial mask is right for your skin.