Although cosmetic surgery is now as commonplace as a perm or a manicure, many of us would still be embarrassed to admit that we are considering treatment; but there is no embarrassment factor with the FFH therapy, because it is self-administered! The incredible truth is you can even perform the treatment in front of your friends and family, but they will have no idea that you are doing anything out of the ordinary – although they may comment on your skin’s healthy glow!

Does this sound too good to be true? What would you think if I told you that the treatment is all natural and there are no side-effects?

The FFH facelift is the world’s best-kept secret. Once you learn what it is, the only item you have to pay for is one piece of equipment that you can buy over the counter or through the web. And even better, you choose how much you spend: from a minimum of $50 a year to a maximum of $200 a year. Yes, a maximum of $200 in one year! To buy it outright can cost up to $1000, but $500 is sufficient to achieve quick and noticeable results at excellent value. (This item can last for ten years, but we recommend replacing it every five as they begin to biodegrade. Of course, higher quality usually costs a little more.)

What is the FFH facelift? The therapy is based on the finding that it takes 1,000 creases to form a wrinkle. Once we pass 21 years of age, our body begins to deteriorate: our skin loses its elasticity and wrinkles form more readily. But that’s no problem with the FFH treatment: not only is it self-administered, you can perform it as often as you want, and get rid of the wrinkles faster! It won’t conflict with any other treatments; in fact, because a small part of the therapy involves mild exfoliation, it will help skin creams penetrate and work more rapidly.

The only information you need now is, What is this equipment? And how do I use it? I’ll let you know … in a while. And no, I don’t want anything for this information. No money; no gifts; nothing. Not one cent. You can have it for free. I’ll even give you a hint: all the information you need is found in three letters – FFH!

copyright Troy Grisgonelle 2008.