Soniclear: Cleaner Skin Needs a Cleaner Brush

Soniclear by Michael ToddThe first and most important step to keeping your skin clear of breakouts and blemishes is keeping your face scrupulously clean. And, one of the best ways to do that is to use a sonic cleansing brush. But beware… they are not all created equally! When using a regular sonic cleansing brush, the residue from skin cells, dirt, makeup and moisture can cause bacteria to grow between cleansings. When next used, those same bacteria are now transferred to your skin, producing – you guessed it – more blemishes! The Soniclear by Michael Todd Beauty is different.

This is the world’s first antimicrobial sonic skin cleansing system. Soniclear micro-massages away impurities, plus protects itself from microbial contamination using patent pending Life Antimicrobial Product Protection.

Life Antimicrobial Product Protection is a combination of organic antimicrobials and antimicrobial technology, available exclusively with Soncilear. The technology provides protection against microbes so that they are unable to reproduce or absorb nutrients. Of course, cleaning the brush after use is still necessary, but this extra level of protection against blemish producing bacteria is changing the skincare industry!

If you’ve never tried one, you might ask, “Is a sonic cleansing brush really that different? Why use one at all?” As I found out, there are three very important reasons!

First, powered by sonic waves, the Soncilear removes makeup 6x better and cleanses 2x better than by using hands alone, removing deep-seated impurities, dirt and grime from pores. Soniclear boasts brush speed vibrations that are in excess of 300 times per second!

Next, Soniclear provides necessary exfoliation. After using the cleansing brush, your skin has noticeably improved tone and is ready to accept essential moisturizer.

Last, although it’s powerful, the Soniclear is gentle enough even for sensitive skin, unlike old-fashioned, harsh “scrubber” brushes. There are even six different speeds from which to select (three for the face and three for the body).

The Soniclear is truly a revolutionary way of cleansing your skin. And, I’m not the first to notice! From the Rachel Ray Show to People Style Watch magazine, the Soniclear has been generating a lot of buzz. Celebrity fans of sonic technology run the gamut from Lady Gaga to Oprah!

The Soniclear retails for $150 at Michael Todd Beauty and includes not only the waterproof Soniclear Device, but also a Facial Brush Head with Cover, a Body Brush Head with Cover, a Charging Stand and a Charging Cord.

In addition to the Soniclear Cleansing Brush, Michael Todd Beauty also offers a huge range of organic skincare products from bar soaps, to eye and lip care items, to face misters and pillow sprays, to masks and peels, plus so much more. To see the entire line, visit Michael Todd Beauty.

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