Apart from the silly hand and crystal waving, it is also important that you regularly contribute some of your cash to the pranic woo-meister, otherwise your face could seriously start sagging again and crumble away in a horrible Dorian Gray manner:
Then every so often, usually monthly, you should go to see the practitioner for a "tune-up".
Glenn J. Mendoza M.D. reports a study (unpublished and unreviewed, apparently, but who cares when you've got exposure on CBS News?) where some of the "Most Dramatic Observations" include not only
A refreshed "glow" is noticeable after the healing sessions
(Eor wonders how exactly that was measured), but also
Subject 21 (50 year old male) looked 10 years younger after the study
"Looked"? To whom? How was that measured? The list of "More Common Observations" includes solely subjective impressions:
"Face feels happy, light and relaxed", "Face feels warm, clean and refreshed", "Feels tingling sensation and movement of energy on the face", "Face feels plumper, more youthful and fresh"
and so on and so on. EoR agrees, however, that pranic wallet lifting, unlike traditional face lifts which use procedures where
Some of the techniques are painful, some only last a few months, and some are even risky.
will not be painful (physical only, does not apply to bank balance), has no risk (physical only, does not apply to bank balance), and how you look after the session will not change after only a few months (though it won't be any different from how you looked before the session - only poorer).