Here is the Touch Face gadget in the flesh. I’ve used it as a foundation applictor as indicated although you can also use it to apply serums or creams. The blurb says it helps skin to absorb the product better although I can’t think that it would. However, when I used to to apply foundation (and there is a bit of a ‘lid off the blender’ moment when you apply to the sponge and then switch the gadget on so actually applying it your face first and then using Touch Face seems more sensible.
It comes with several sponges, including the Jelly Puff (for skin cream). You let the gadget do its work and ‘pat’ the product rapidly. I have to say, it gave a very nice foundation finish, although it’s not a deal-breaker. If you like to have fun with your make-up, Touch Face is quite a nice thing to have and I have to think that the patting will do something in terms of improving circulation.
Touch Face is well thought out with a holder (above) and a lid. It’s £22.02 HERE
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(o_0) . .looks very interesting . .still not too sure what it does exactly. Did you find this easy to use or was it a bit messy at first?
This looks like an elegant car polisher! I too am curious at to the easiness of use.
OMG! I hope I can buy this in the states! My hand gets very tired stippling and this would greatly help no matter how funny it sounds and looks!
It looks interesting but can you use any old sponges with it or do you then have to keep buying replacements? I’m always dubious about investing in things like this as if they stop making it and therefore the sponges for it, I’d be left with a fairly useless bit of kit!