The Foreo Luna Mini 2 Is 40% Off For Prime Day
This silicone face cleanser removes makeup, dirt, excess oil and grime, because washing your face all the time is hard enough.
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We've all heard the advice time and time again: "Wash your face!" "Never go to sleep with your makeup on!"
That's right, if this bb has been on your wish list (or the holiday wishlist of someone you love) — now's the time to buy. It's on sale from a regular price of $119 all the way down to $71.40!
And if you haven't seen it in about a thousand of our posts, let's break down the features of this bad boy:
It's made of nonporous silicone (which deters bacteria buildup, unlike traditional brushes) and is covered with soft 'n' bendy touchpoints (that won't irritate your skin).
It's powered by ~T-Sonic pulses~ (basically a fancy term meaning "it vibrates"), which help clean below the surface of your skin, gently exfoliating and clearing pores *before* clogs turn into breakouts.
Here's how it works: apply cleanser directly to your face (when in doubt, go for Cerave's hydrating cleanser, which is 10/10), wet the Luna, and move it around your face in circular motions.
Throughout the 60-second process, the light on the bottom will flash and the whole thing will buzz, telling you to move the Luna to another part of your face — from one cheek/side of your chin to the other, then your nose, and then your forehead.
It removes up to 99.5% of dirt and oil — and leaves your face free of ANY makeup residue. I wear a full face pretty often, and I am consistently amazed by the results of this tool.
Then when the 60 seconds are over, I rinse my face and apply my other products (toner, eye cream, and moisturizer). That's it!!
Just clean the Luna itself with soap and water as needed!
Look, I'm not new to face cleansing machines — I had a Clarisonic Mia, which I tried for long stretches of time over several years, but just never fell in love with.
*None* of the brush heads were soft enough to use on my sensitive skin every day. And whenever I tried to use it for a weekly exfoliation, more often than not the battery would have run out from just sitting in my drawer. The most annoying part? Buying super expensive replacement heads.