I liked it when I first received it but unfortunately i had to return it. I found the Tanda to work some of the time. It would not make good contact and the LED light would go on and off. Truthfully I think it has to do with the structure of your face. I had to press so hard that it left red dots all over my face in order to stay lit, I feel bad because I think it works to some degree. I will wait to see if Tanda comes up with a better product.
It may be too soon to notice the difference in the minimizing of wrinkles as I have only used it as directed for two weeks. I am quite disappointed though, in how quickly it looses full power. The info states 30 min. but after 3-4, three minute treatments, (9-12 min.) the 'humm' is very low and sluggish ...whether plugged directly into current or on batteries.
I purchased this after reading about it and seeing that several high end department stores were carrying the Tanda Luxe. I have and use the Lightstim and found I had good results with that. I like the Tanda Luxe because it is smaller and it fits around my eye better, I like the timer option and vibration and it travels better because of the size. I can most assurdely say that I have seen good results from at home light therapy. I went to my doc to get my Juvederm injections and he said I didn't need them and I attribute it to my at home light therapy. I use both products all over my face, neck and of course around my eyes. The price was great because I got the 20% off but I would have purchased it anyway at full price.
I have been using this for about two weeks and I do see visable improvement around the eyes and in the labial folds. So even though its expensive (although I got a great deal with the Skin Store with a 20% off site offer!), its worth it. I think the trick is to be dilligent with it. I use it everyday. It definately works!