When Michael Todd asked me to be an ambassador this year, this was the one product that I was dying to try. I had previously used an off brand cleansing brush, and it quickly got send to the box in the closet never to be seen again. I've heard wonderful things about the Soniclear Elite and the Soniclear Petite, and I wanted to see what all of the fuss was about. Michael Todd sent me the Soniclear Petite last month, and I love it. I've used it twice a day since the day I got it. Keep reading for my Michael Todd Soniclear Petite review.
The Soniclear Petite is a less expensive version of the Soniclear Elite. The Elite has 6 speeds, and the Petite has 3 speeds. Both devices are sonic powered, rechargeable, and waterproof. The Elite also has a pulsating massage mode, where the Petite does not have this option. I haven't used the Elite, so I can't compare them.
Both brushes have a round head on them that spins to gently scrub your face. I like the bulls eye bristles because it really helps get the device around my nose, which is where I'm prone to blackheads.
The brush head is also antimicrobial, so I'm not reintroducing bacteria to my skin. I don't generally have acne, but I can imagine that using a dirty brush head would wreck havoc on your skin!
The bottom button is the power button. The top button is to select your speed. The bottom light is low, the top light is medium, and both lights are lit up for high. I like having the option of three speeds in the Petite. I have somewhat sensitive skin, so I started on the lowest setting for the first few days. After that, I switched to medium and sometimes high. I've used the Soniclear with an exfoliator, so I used the low setting.
The Soniclear Petite works with your products, so you can use your favorite face soap. You can even use a gentle exfoliating product with the Soniclear for a deeper scrub.
One major benefit on the Soniclear Petite is that it is completely waterproof. You can safely use it in the shower. I wash my face in the shower, so this is a must for me.
Since it's waterproof, there's no charging port. It has a magnetic charger that attaches to the handle. There is also a charging station that lets the charging port rest on the device for easy charging. The charging cord is a USB, so you can use your phone charging block or even your laptop to charge. The Soniclear lasts about 2 hours between charges.
I really like the Soniclear Petite. My skin was noticeably softer and smoother after the first use, and it got softer as time went on. With a 2 hour battery life, I don't have to charge it very often, so it's almost always ready to use. I haven't used the Michael Todd skin care line yet, so I can't say how well they work, but I am glad that I can use my existing skin care products with this device.
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