Disclosure: I received a Spa Sonic Skin Care System to facilitate this review.
I have been reading a lot about skin polishers all over the place. I got kind of curious about them. I do take care of my skin--occasional using a scrub to exfoliate and always using lotion or moisturizer. Would a polisher do a better job? My friend feared it it would be too rough.
The Spa Sonic Face and Body Polisher has been used and recommended by spas and dermatologists as part of a healthy skin care ritual. Before being made available to Target stores, it was sold exclusively in spas and salons in North America.
My Spa Sonic Skin Care System has a pink base (girly, of course, but also comes in white and lavender) with five various attachments: 2 small facial brushes, 1 large body brush, 1 facial buffer, and 1 pumice stone. I like that it came with the 4 AA Alkaline batteries as recommended.
The Spa Sonic Skin Care System claims that with clear complexion technology, it promotes:
- younger skin
- improves skin texture
- reduces pore size
Clean up is a cinch. Just rinse off the brush and wipe off the base.
I am not a huge gadget person, but I do like this enough to keep using it. As for it's claims, I believe that keeping your skin exfoliated keeps it healthier and gives you a more youthful appearance and the Spa Sonic does a nice job of exfoliation. It also seems to get every bit of dirt off of my face as evidence by when I use my clarifying lotion following.
Through February 15, you can get a great deal on Spa Sonic at these locations:
- Walgreens.com (www.walgreens.com) Price: $34.99
- Target.com (www.target.com) Price: $38
- Walmart.com (www.walmart.com) Price: $34.99
- Drugstore.com (www.drugstore.com) Price: $39.99