The new Soniclear Petite by Michael Todd will be available at Ulta Beauty just in time for holiday travel!

Soniclear Petite by Michael Todd, available exclusively at Ulta BeautyJust this week I learned that many major airlines and railways will be hiking their baggage fees again – and just in time for the holiday season! This news is bad enough for anyone who is traveling, but truly terrible for those of us who will be traveling with an entire suitcase of gifts in tow!

Having to choose which clothing, haircare, and beauty items to pack and which to leave home is a process I would definitely rather avoid. And now, I can be sure that at least one of my favorite skincare items will always fit in my suitcase, no matter what baggage restrictions the airlines impose.

That’s because Michael Todd recently announced an exclusive, new partnership with Ulta Beauty to create the Soniclear Petite. Just like the regular sized Soniclear, the Soniclear Petite is antimicrobial sonic facial cleansing system. But, it’s incredibly lightweight and the perfect size to fit in any suitcase or even a carry-on.

Unlike the original model that has a permanent spot on my bathroom sink, the smaller sized Soniclear Petite has a compact USB voltage charger and only three heads, effectively halving the amount of space that the system takes up when packing. Although it is petite, this model is every bit as effective as the original.

And, for a clean, clear complexion, there’s simply nothing better. Soniclear is the world’s first antimicrobial sonic skin cleansing system. It micro-massages away impurities, plus protects itself from microbial contamination using patent pending Life Antimicrobial Product Protection.

Life Antimicrobial Product Protection is actually a combination of organic antimicrobials and antimicrobial technology, available only 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 is an extra level of protection against blemish-producing bacteria.)

Why is this so important? When using a regular sonic cleansing brush, the residue from skin cells, dirt, makeup, and moisture can cause bacteria to grow between uses. When next used, those same bacteria are now transferred to your skin, producing – you guessed it – blemishes!

Powered by sonic waves, this little brush removes makeup 6x 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!

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

And, although it’s powerful, the Soniclear is gentle enough even for sensitive skin, unlike old-fashioned, harsh “scrubber” brushes. There are even three different speeds from which to select, for a totally customized experience.

The Soniclear Petite is available in four cute colors including Lemon Yellow, Mango Tango, Lime Love, and (my personal favorite) Tutti Frutti. It retails for $99, and will be available exclusively at Ulta Beauty by the end of November. At this price, you can pack one for yourself and bring a few as much-appreciated (and small enough to be packable!) gifts.

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Your guide to a life filled with STYLE! Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, Harper’s BAZAAR Style Ambassador, Cover Girl Ambassador, and the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait!

PHOTOS: Used with permission by Michael Todd.

DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this post. I did, however, receive a sample of the Michael Todd Soniclear Petite mentioned above in order to fully evaluate the product. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my readers.

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