LUNA comes in 3 styles--for combo skin, sensitive skin, and normal-dry (pictured). Each has a different color to it and the silicone brush pattern is different. This silicone, battery-powered cleaner uses pulsations to gently remove dead skin cells as well as makeup residue.
It is waterproof, lasts up to 450 uses per full charge and requires no replacement brushes. You'll notice the plus and minus on the bottom, which allows you to adjust the speed of the pulsation.
On the back you'll see the Anti-Aging mode. It uses lower-frequency pulsations to smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. I've not used this long enough to see results for this feature but it feels nice.
How do you use it?
Apply cleanser, wet the LUNA, and turn it on. It will stop for a second and that's how you know to move it to another area of your face. This takes about two minutes. After cleansing your face, use the reverse side for the anti-aging mode.
Does it work?
My skin was clean and smooth after using. I did not break out from using LUNA. I really liked it.
Why do I need this?
If you've tried brushes and didn't like them, or disliked having to clean the brush heads (take a look--it is gross under there) and replace them, try LUNA.
It is travel-friendly, thanks to the size (there is a mini version) and compactness.
Where do I get it?
Right here! http://bit.ly/1OMsHMK
Product provided via Ifabbo.com. All opinions are my own.
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