2-minute facial

LumiSpaI’m not the kind of guy who goes for facials. And I’ve not had one in my life because I don’t feel that I need it.

A week ago, my wife bought me an ageLOC LumiSpa system for our upcoming anniversary. I was tickled because I had wanted to get one for her instead — she beat me to it.

Anyway, because it’s a present from my dearest, I decided to use it.

LumiSpa is easy to use — apply a dab of the cleanser on the silicon head, place it against the face and enjoy the gentle motion.

In fact, LumiSpa is so gentle that I was tempted to press it harder against my face just to be sure that it will exfoliate better. But, there’s no need to do that because the device will pause and vibrate when there’s too much pressure. This safety feature is to protect against damaging the skin.

The total process takes just two minutes — 30 seconds for each quadrant of the face. At the end of each 30-second slot, the head will pause and vibrate so that I can move on to the next quadrant.

The recommendation is to use LumiSpa twice a day — once in the morning and the other at night.

LumiSpa is claimed to “cleanse away dirt, oil, makeup, and toxins, leaving skin smoother and purer while reducing the appearance of pores”. The benefits are supposed to be:

  1. Skin renewal
  2. Skin smoothness
  3. Increased radiance
  4. Refreshed skin
  5. Purified skin
  6. Minimised appearance of pores
  7. Increased appearance of skin volume and density

As a facial nerd, I was not expecting much but this morning, I discovered that a blackhead that I’ve had since my teenage years is no longer there. It’s gone! I remember trying to get rid of that blackhead when I was younger to no success — hence, I left it alone.

But, its disappearance after a week of LumiSpa use has increased my faith in the device.

If you’re in Singapore and keen on getting one, drop me a message and I’ll connect you to my seller. Otherwise, check out the Nuskin site.

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