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  • EMS Therapy

    Energize muscles, sculpting effortlessly for a toned, sleek physique that screams confidence and strength. Activate your inner glow.

  • Ultrasonic Lipolysis

    Zap stubborn fat, unveiling your body's natural contours. Embrace a confident, streamlined silhouette.

  • Infrared Therapy

    Infuse warmth, renewing skin for a luminous, youthful glow. Unlock radiant beauty and embrace your best self.

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Gleam Q&A

What is Gleam Pro?

Gleam Pro is an advanced beauty instrument that combines EMS therapy, ultrasonic lipolysis, and infrared therapy to sculpt your body, tone muscles, and promote radiant skin.

How does the Gleam work?

Gleam Pro utilizes EMS therapy to stimulate muscles, ultrasonic lipolysis to target stubborn fat deposits, and infrared therapy to rejuvenate the skin, resulting in a toned physique and glowing complexion.

How soon until I see results?

Results vary, but many users report noticeable improvements in muscle tone and skin texture after just a few sessions with Gleam Pro.

How often should I use it?

For optimal results, it's recommended to use Gleam Pro regularly, typically 2-3 times per week. However, individual usage may vary based on personal goals and preferences.

Can I combine it with other beauty treatments?

Yes, Gleam Pro can be used in conjunction with other beauty treatments and skincare routines to enhance results and promote overall well-being.

Is Gleam suitable for everyone?

Gleam Pro is safe for most individuals, but it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new beauty or fitness regimen, especially if you have underlying health conditions.

Free Shipping?

Of course! We offer free shipping worldwide.

Please Note: The following individuals are not suitable for Gleam!

  • Pregnant and breastfeeding women.

  • Individuals with a history of malignancies or who have a cardiac pacemaker or other metal implants.

  • Individuals with serious medical conditions like diabetes and osteoporosis, coagulation disorders, or those taking medication that affects blood clotting.