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eye-o-sonic: sonic waves and ion technology in one!
Welcome to the next generation in the care of the delicate skin around the eyes and fine lines above the upper lip. eye-o-sonic combines sonic waves at 160 oscillations per second and ion technology to make eye creams and serums even more effective by amping up their absorption into the skin. Skin care products can nourish and moisturize better when absorbed deeper and more evenly into the skin than with fingers alone. eye-o-sonic replaces manual rubbing and tapping with gentle ion technology and ultrasonic micro pulses that can infuse creams and serums more effectively.
eye-o-sonic uses electrically charged ions, capable of penetrating through the skins outer “wall” to the living cells beneath, to carry nutrients and moisture in your creams and serum deeper into the skin where they can do the most good. The eye-o-sonic also uses sonic waves like 100's of finger taps a second to better infuse serums. Aestheticians (specialists in skin beautification) recommend that products used on the skin around the eyes be applied with gentle tapping rather than rubbing to avoid damaging the delicate skin in this area. eye-o-sonic replaces manual rubbing and tapping with gentle ultrasonic micro pulses that can infuse creams and serums more effectively.
The result is the skin around your eyes is left nourished, hydrated, refreshed and feeling great. Plus the eye-o-sonic is fun to use and relaxing. So once you've tried the eye-o-sonic, you will never want to go back to applying eye cream and serums with your fingers again.
Uses 1* AAA Battery. Battery not included.
- Prefer over Opal Review by Kasia
I love the easy to hold shape, No charging required, no replacement tips to buy and I noticed better results with the Michael Todd eye-o-sonic infuser in half the time of use versus the Clarisonic opal infuser! Worth every penny and no other infuser out there comes close to value and efficacy. A+++++++++
- Very useful Review by Simone
This magic wand is very useful. It make everything so much easier. I definitely works better that applying the product with your finger tips. Please try it, you won't be disappointed!
- Can't live without it! Review by Jaclyn
The first time I used the Eye-o-sonic I asked the cliché question of where has it been all my life? I adore this little gem. My eye serum/cream absorbs so much better therefore is so much more effective, and all of the product gets worked into my skin providing additional benefits. It feels so good as well, a beneficial mini-massage for the delicate eye area. I also love the auto turn on feature so there's no little switches to fumble with. There is nothing negative or not to love about the Eye-o-sonic.
- great product Review by goca
Fantastic product, which really works. And yes, like Tracey said thank Wayne Goss for advertising it ;-)
- I love this Review by Jasmine
I purchased this after hearing about it from my favorite youtube beauty guru Glamlifeguru. It is an extra step that I am happy to take. Something about this liquefies all of my eye creams/serums and they absorb so much better making them much more effective. I do not use it consistently, but there is still improvement in my dark circles.
- I am a believer Review by Alethea
I was a little wary of this beauty tool, but after seeing some YouTuber's raving about it, I went ahead and made the purchase. It works! Products absorb better and my fine lines around my eyes plump after use. What was disappointing was that I paid full price then saw it for much less on either Groupon or LivingSocial. Keep your eyes out there instead of purchasing on this site.
- incredible tool! a must have! Review by mjbuck
i absolutely, without a doubt, give the eye-o-sonic my highest recommendation! it works. it works. it works. i have noticed a huge difference in the skin around my eyes. used regularly, you will not be disappointed! A+++
- A lifesaver Review by Tracey
I have the worst dark circles. I saw this little gadget on Wayne Goss' youtube channel and thought "Why not? Nothing else is helping". Holy crow!!! It works! Granted...it wasn't an overnight thing but with time and using it everyday I have seen a difference. I've also started using it on my lips and I've seen a difference in hydration. I do use an argan oil on my lips and Knu under my eyes. Very happy with this little gadget and so worth the money.
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It's simple to use. After your normal routine of washing and drying your face, apply a dab of eye cream or serum to the area beneath your eyes or directly to the massage head of the eye-o-sonic. Then starting at those pesky crows feet or if you prefer, "laugh lines," apply the metal tip gently to the skin. The eye-o-sonic turns on automatically when touched against the skin and begins gently pulsing. Using small circular motions slowly sweep the wand along the line of the eye socket bone until the cream or serum is absorbed. Blot away any excess. It also works really well on fine lines on the upper lip. That's all there is to it. The whole process takes only a minute or two.
How it works. To understand how the eye-o-sonic works, it helps to know a little about how our skin works. The outer layer of our skin (called the epidermis) is covered by a tough layer of skin cells that function like a “wall” to keep foreign substances out such as microorganisms and pollutants, which is a good thing when it comes to protecting us. Unfortunately, it is a bad thing when we want to nourish and moisturize the skin. You see, the skin’s "wall" is not selective, so it doesn't distinguish between what’s good for the skin and what’s not… which can prevent nutrients and hydration from penetrating where we need them to heal and repair.