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#Soniclear Antimicrobial Sonic Skin Cleansing System @michaeltoddtrueorganics




Soniclear Antimicrobial Sonic Skin Cleansing System

SONICLEAR (Michael Todd True Organics) is the World’s First Antimicrobial Sonic Skin Cleansing System.   It is powerful, yet gentle enough even for sensitive skin.    Soniclear micro-massages away dirt and impurities and then protects itself from microbial contamination.   It removes makeup 6x better and cleanses 2x better than with hands alone.
Fans of sonic technology range from Lady Gaga to Oprah.  So for improved skin tone, reduced breakouts, better absorption of skincare products and overall better cleansing, meet SONICLEAR.  The Soniclear kit includes:  1 Soniclear Device, 1 Facial Brush Head with Cover, 1 Body Brush Head with Cover, 1 Charging Stand and 1 Charging Cord.


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I wanted this product so badly.  I don’t actually wear a great deal of makeup but my face does need to be cleaned better.  We spend six months per year in pools at the campground or at the assorted beaches.  When we are not doing that, we are cliff climbing, waterfall skirting, and whatever else we can find that looks exciting.  All of these activities are tough on my face and often leave me feeling like it just needs to be cleaned and moisturized better.  The Soniclear is very gentle on my face (and I do have sensitive skin) and I truly appreciate that.  I find that my face does feel much fresher and cleaner and I have even gone back to occasionally wearing light makeup – with no worries that I will not adequately clean it.  My face breaks out for every little reason – even when I am on antibiotics or something.  It needs all the help I can give it.

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