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Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Magnitone Pulsar Introduction

Last week an email popped into my inbox from the lovely Natalie who recommended my blog to Magnitone about a collaboration involving a 7 day review. Over the last year, my skin was up and down, I feel like it's only just starting to come back to it's normal self but it could do with that little TLC and push to allow it to be back on top form. I can't tell you how many time's I've seen the Magnitone Pulsar around and the great reviews had me wanting one for myself, but with an RRP of  £129.99 it wasn't something I could just pop out and treat myself too, with a family to feed and bills to pay I often go without but that's the life of a parent. So when they offered me a to good to miss deal with a huge discount off, I jumped at the chance and here it is. I decided since this is one of those products that will involve a large review after my seven days use is over so thought I'd do an introduction post first. 


Available to buy are three brushes.

Active clean brush - For daily facial cleansing, deep cleansing and gentle exfoliating.
Sensitive brush - Softer bristles for gentle cleaning for delicate or allergenic skin types.
Body cleansing brush - Strong bristles for exfoliation. Dry skin removal on legs and arms.

The kit is provided with two brushes, the active clean brush and body cleansing brush.

Apart from the two brushes, in the kit is also;


Inside is also the magnitone pulsar, charger and stand which is a wireless magnetic charging stand.

Magnitone pulsar comes with an impressive four settings to choose from and can also be used on the body as well as the face. Plus if that's not a bonus it's waterproof making it able to take in the shower with you. 


Recommendations

The Magnitone Pulsar comes semi-charged but they recommend you charge it for the first 24 hours to maximise it's battery life. 

They recommend you use sensitive if your unsure about your skin condition, repeat this for at least three days to allow your skin time to adjust to the product. They also advise you to use the product for no longer then one minute for the first three days on face and any other part of your body. Afterwards this can be increased to the recommended two minutes, twice a day.

The massage mode does not add to cleansing time.

Brushes should be replaced every 8-12 weeks which cost just over £15.00 a time for two.


After each use, the brush must be removed from handle and rinsed clean with water to remove any residue or debris. It can be soaked in warm water to clean fully. 

Leave it to dry completely before applying head protection cap.

And most importantly never used any chemicals to clean it.

Thoughts so far

My Magnitone Pulsar is fully charged and raring to go. I've not used it yet but so far so good. It doesn't feel flimsy or cheap with the Magnitone Pulsar it self feeling solid and kind of a rubbery feel for good grip. I can't wait to put some use to it and see if it lives up to it's expectations, considering the reviews I'm not feeling too worried at the moment. Look out for my full review coming soon and more information.

This does retail for £129.99 but most places have it just short of £90.00 at the moment. Stockists can be found here.


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