Initially sceptical about this ultra sonic cleansing gadget that uses the same technology that a sonic toothbrush does, I’ve got to admit to changing my mind. Don’t be fooled by the sciency word ‘sonic’ – it refers to the number of oscillations the brush head can perform rather than any magical waves. Using it with my regular wash-off cleanser, it has a gentle exfoliating sensation, and the beeps that signal you’ve spent long enough in one area are really handy. A whole face cleanse takes a couple of minutes, and in truth, I wondered for a while if my face really was any cleaner. Over a couple of weeks, though, I’m starting to notice that my skin looks very clear, and I’m getting addicted to the high level of cleansing that this gadget gives. It isn’t cheap at £150, but I do know I wouldn’t want to be without it now – which has to be the ultimate endorsement.
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