The tiny nodules on the top of the Foreo Luna are soft and non-abrasive, helping to get deep into the skin's creases without feeling like you're actually exfoliating. You only need to use this for two minutes in the morning and evening to see (and feel) the results, making it a convenient product to just slip into your routine - rather than having to establish a completely new one! After using this for a week I could already feel and see the difference, my complexion appearing much smoother and feeling plumper; it almost felt like I'd just had a mini facial. I fully embrace anything that will benefit me with little effort, so the Foreo device is perfectly matched to me for that very reason. Having tried clunkier versions and vibrating brushes that feel like they're scrubbing away three layers of skin, I have to admit this is in a completely different league. It's been a pleasure to use, takes only an hour to charge (no batteries required,) leaves skin feeling fresh and slips perfectly into the bathroom cabinet. The only drawback is that the Foreo Luna is £145 - a whopping price to pay, regardless of the benefits. You could probably get a similar result from regularly exfoliating and using a muslin cloth in circular motions, albeit a harder result to manually achieve. Although I've really enjoyed using the Foreo, I couldn't realistically part with £145 if I had to; here's hoping the price reduces as this becomes more mainstream and technology advances to allow other brands to catch up. Would you even consider spending £145 on a skincare device?
Find out more about the Foreo Luna range on their website. The system is available in three varieties for different skin types, all costing £145.00 each.