Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Magnitone Pulsar

I was recently sent a Magnitone Pulsar* - which is a new cleansing and toning system for the face and body to review.  It retails at £129 although you can pick it up right now at Amazon or Boots for £86.65.

The Magnitone Pulsar uses Active Electromagnetic Technology to cleanse, refresh and stimulate your skin helping to give it a natural glow. Results can be seen within 7 days!

I'll be testing the Magnitone Pulsar over the next seven days and will do a mid-way post and will tweet my thoughts along the way too.  I'll also do a final thoughts post.

The Magnitone Pulsar can be used on both the face and body making it a great multi-purpose product.  The brush head provides over 15,000 rotational oscillations per minute which ensures deep cleansing and exfoliation. The device is waterproof so can be used in the shower.

Included in the set is the brush, one Active Clean brush head, one Body Cleanse brush head and a wireless charging stand and plug.

There are four daily cleansing modes - 

Sensitive: this is great for sensitive skin. It is gentle on the skin but still gives a deep clean.

PulseLift Massage: cleanses as it stimulates the skin to improve blood circulation. Great for areas which are beginning to show signs of ageing.

Exfoliate: use this mode for the body. It removes dead skin cells leaving the skin silky smooth.

Deep Clean: helps soften, tighten and purify the skin. Also helps diminish the appearance of pores and wrinkles.

To use on Face: rinse skin with warm water, wet the brush head and either apply the cleanser to your face or the brush. Glide over the forehead in gentle circular motions (20 seconds) moving onto the cheeks, ear to lip and then the neck and under the ears (20 seconds). Finally, move the brush around your nose, chin and around the mouth. Rinse and pat dry.

To use on the Body (arms, legs, knees and elbows): rinse skin and brush head and apply your body wash.  Set the Magnitone Pulsar to exfoliate mode. In circular motions exfoliate the upper and lower leg, the upper arm and forearm before moving onto knees and elbows. Rinse, dry and moisturise as normal.

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