In case you haven’t come across this little gem, the FOREO LUNA mini is a cleanser that uses sonic pulsations to cleanse both deeper into the skin and gentler at the same time. It has rounded silicone touch-points to channel the sonic pulsations to the skin, making it much gentler and non-abrasive on the skin. The silicone is nonporous, waterproof and antibacterial, therefore really hygienic and doesn't require changing.
After only three days of using the FOREO LUNA mini, I could see a dramatic difference in my skin. It felt a lot smoother, and any breakouts I had were almost gone. A month on and my skin was flawless! I do still get breakouts, especially now I am pregnant, but using this definitely helps clear them before they really break out into something monstrous!
I use it twice daily, and make sure I have removed my makeup beforehand. I use it with my Clinique Liquid Facial Cleanser, but can be used with whatever product you like.
It has a USB charger that keeps it charged for 300 uses on a single charge. That’s almost a whole year! Which makes it perfect for traveling. No having to worry about charging it mid-week or mid-travel, which is ideal. It also comes in five different colours, which I believe relate to different skin types, so there is one out there to suit everyone. I have sensitive skin, so went for the Petal Pink one. There's is even a men's one, which would be a great gift for the modern groomed man!
I was lucky enough to win this product in one of the lovely Tanya Burr’s monthly favourite giveaways. I’ve never won anything before in my life, so to win such a great product was incredible. After watching her review and doing a bit of research online I was desperate to get my hands on one even if I didn’t win, and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a new cleansing product that really does make a difference.
If you would like to know more about the FOREO LUNA mini and the FOREO range, I have put a link to their website here.
Are there any cleansing products you use that you can’t live without?