Revitalizing Your Skin With Hi-Tech Gadgets
The days of hard scrubbing, exfoliating and putting hot towels or water steam on your face (along with the cucumber’s slices covering your eyes!) may be over as soon as you embrace the new technology available these days. From Thermo peeling to motorized removing of dead skin, you are just one push of a button away.
Clarisonic Plus Sonic Skin Cleansing System
This unit has three speeds for the face plus a body mode for cleansing areas of the body needing extra care and attention, providing great benefits for the body, like, fewer dry patches, gentle exfoliation for softer, smoother skin, firmer skin with improved texture.
Neutrogena Wave Power-Cleanser
The device is ergonomically shaped to fit perfectly in your hand. Plus it’s small enough to carry with you when you travel. The Wave package includes 14 Deep Clean foaming pads with cleanser infused right inside them. We love the simplicity of use: Install a single pad and push the switch to turn it on. The whole machine vibrates gently. Hold the power cleanser under a bit of water to activate the pad, and a light foam appears. Move the pad over your face, allowing it to massage the foam deep into your pores to remove more dirt, oil, and makeup than ordinary cleansing. Additionally, the soft texture of the pads helps to sweep away layers of dead skin cells.
Conair Facial Sauna Systems
We love that this kit contains everything you need from a facial sauna, a warm steam mist, a facial tool with two attachments: a rotating brush to exfoliate skin and a sponge to apply moisturizer. This unit can be used to steam open pores for cleansing skin and to steam open clogged nasal and sinus passages. The versatility comes from two translucent, blue, plastic cones. The large cone is 6-3/4 inches wide and has a flared, open side to accommodate the face, chin, and neck for cleansing. The small cone is 3-1/2 inches wide, so steam is directed into the nose where it can be breathed in during allergy and cold season. Operating the steamer is simple: using the included measuring tube, pour tap water into the power base’s reservoir; twist on and lock into place either of the tubes; switch on the unit with the on/off button; and wait about three minutes for the water to heat. It also has a timer than can be set from 3 to 15 minutes. And for safety the unit automatically shuts off after 45 minutes.