Spa Sonic Skin Care System Face & Body Polisher, Product Provided…
Last month, I told you about the Spa Sonic Skin Care System Face & Body Polisher and one reader even won a set of her own. It took longer than expected but I had the chance to try the system out for myself. While I generally use it in the shower, there’s no way I was going to show you a photo of that – this is a family-friendly site after all!
One reason I prefer to use the Spa Sonic in the shower is due to the steam, which opens my pores. The downside is that it takes a looong time to do everything in there, making me waste a few reservoirs each session.
The facial brush head is very soft yet firm enough to feel like it’s actually cleaning out any impurities. The body polisher is a bit different. The bristles are much stiffer and feel like they are scratching my skin, especially if the brush is not flat against it. I did notice less breakout on my back but I’m not sure what damage it caused as well. The pumice? I didn’t really notice any effect from this attachment and it was hard to use as the circular motion kept spinning the thing right off my heel.
There is only one switch and one speed. This was satisfactory but some might miss the varied speeds for whether they are using the apparatus on their face or on their body. The handle is a bit bulkier but I prefer that. It’s much easier to get a firm hold on the handle and to maneuver when using the body polisher. Make sure to let all parts dry completely as the brushes can start to smell sour rather quickly – this applies to all brush heads though. I’m not sure how much replacement brush heads are but at least this comes with an extra facial one.
A major point that you need to know about is that this set feels a bit ‘cheapy’. The functionality works just fine and it all seems durable enough. Still, it’s missing the extras and quality that you’d find on the more expensive units. As a basic model that does just what you need it to, the Spa Sonic Skin Care System Face & Body Polisher is a good buy. The system itself only runs about $50-70 (sometimes on sale for less) and can be purchased online.
I received the above-mentioned product for review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.