We go through the same routine every day with skin cleansing and moisturizing. What many of us don’t know is that adding facial tools to our routine can be a big help. For some, this is an unfamiliar area. I have always been wary of the ‘latest and greatest’ skin care tools hawked on television. At one point, I had to give in to the hype (well, more like, I had to practice with them in esthetics school) and try some of the skin care tools out there. Turns out, using a facial cleansing brush, an on the spot acne treatment or light therapy can help out a ton with getting your skin flawless. The best way to find out what facial tool is right for you is to do a little research. I’ve done mine, and as far as skin care tools go, the Clarisonic Cleansing Brush and Zeno Hot Spot Acne Treatment are two of my absolute favorites.
We’ve seen the Zeno Hot Spot acne spot treatment all over commercials lately—but the question is, does it really work? I’ve tried it and can tell you that the answer is YES! This one isn’t bluffing with its claims. Zeno is a heating blemish-clearing device that will help stop pimples at the source. It’s hand-held to be convenient and functional for on-the-go people. It delivers the right amount of heat to the pimple and can reduce the size of your blemish in about an hour. And within 24 hours, you’ll see a 90% blemish disappearance. It takes just a few minutes of your time and is safe for daily use. Try it and kiss your little acne problems bye bye! Push the button to turn it on—when it’s ready it will beep. Place the treatment tip onto your blemish, and about 2 ½ minutes later, you’re all done. With its effectiveness and reasonable price, there isn’t much reason not to carry one in your purse for those pop up pimple occasions.
Next is by far my favorite skin care tool to work with. Not only do I use it myself—I recommend it to every single person I know, male or female. Clarisonic is a skin cleansing brush that can be used for your face and body. It uses an oscillating brush to open pores and remove debris and dirt from your skin just like a Sonicare toothbrush cleans your teeth. If you’re worried about being too harsh on your skin, fear not: it’s extremely gentle. Even with my finicky skin, I’ve noticed no redness or disruption after using the Clarisonic. Think about this, how long do you really take to cleanse your skin every day? The average person will spend a measly 20-30 seconds cleansing their face, which isn’t nearly enough to effectively remove dirt and debris. Clarisonic is proven to eliminate six times as much dirt, gunk and makeup than manual cleansing, leaving your skin soft and smooth. Incorporating this facial cleansing brush into your skin care regimen WILL result in a healthier, more radiant complexion.
If you’re up for trying new things, I promise you won’t be disappointed with these two skin care devices. They’re a few of the best kept secrets in the industry.