Simply Nerdy Mom: Soniclear Antimicrobial Skin Cleansing System Review

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Soniclear Antimicrobial Skin Cleansing System Review





The Soniclear Antimicrobial Skin Cleansing System by Michael Todd True Organics is going to really change up your skin routine for the better! 



The system comes with the unit, a charge base, plug adapter, and two brushes (one for your face, and one for all over skin care), as well as covers for both brushes. There is also an instruction booklet as well.

The unit has a nice rubber grip on the sides that makes it easier to hold as you can use this unit in the shower as well. The brush that comes on the unit is the face brush and has softer bristles. The unit has three speeds per brush and will recognize which brush is installed on the unit. The secondary brush is for general skin cleansing and has harder bristles. 

To use, make sure you clean off all cosmetics especially eye makeup. You don't want to use this near or on your eyes. once that's done, wet your face and either squeeze a bit of facial cleanser onto your skin or you can even put it directly onto the brush. I usually wet the brush and put the cleanser directly onto it. Turn the unit on and select your speed (there are three speeds per brush). The lights on the front will indicate which speed you are on (top, bottom, or both). Gently swirl brush in a circular motion all over your skin to clean. There is a timer on the unit that will beep at certain intervals to alert you on timing so you can cleanse your face in sections for the same amount of time as well as to indicate the unit's auto shut off. Each brush has different shut off times and once again, the unit recognizes which brush is attached, so there is no programing required. 

After usage a simple cleaning of warm water and a mild soap works just fine. Just sit the unit in the base and place the cover back on. The plastic brush covers have air holes in them to vent while drying so your brushes aren't going to get musty.


I sucked up my fear of being on camera without makeup on and made a demo video for you, which you can find below. I had already cleansed my face a few hours prior to the demo so I ignored the timer as it didn't matter how long I was cleansing each section of my face at that point. But generally, you would want to cleanse each section for about 60 seconds (right cheek/chin, left cheek/chin, and forehead).


video



The Soniclear system is a little on the pricey side at $150, but after having used this for a few days, I can honestly say that it's well worth the price. It makes skin softer, smoother, and serums, lotions, and creams are applied much easier. It stimulates the skins cells and brightens as well making you look healthier, although, you wouldn't tell by the looks of my video as I'm in obvious "Mombie" mode. (hahaha).


You can connect with Michael Todd True Organics and learn more about their entire line of amazing products by visiting the sites below:


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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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