The three sustainable skincare tools that every woman must have to take care of your skin, stimulate collagen and redefine lift and shape from head-to-toe.
Three At-Home Beauty tools to lift, tone and firm whilst stimulating collagen and elastin.
WHAT IT DOES
Stimulate Collagen | Smooth | Firm
Pressure, vibrations and manual movement of the skin helps to release tension, increase circulation, stimulate collagen and to detoxify the body.
Manipulation across the skin releases the myofascial, stimulates oxygen, nutrients and blood cells to the skin's surface to heal and smooth skin.
Full body gua sha for cellulite, lymphatic flow and toning the skin.
A natural, biodegradable konjac sponge with microground pearl powder to exfoliate and polish.
A battery operated vibrating facial tool to stimulate collagen and elastin and sculpt the face.
SWAP FOR YOUR
Muslin cloth, microcurrent face tool or jade roller
Soften in warm water, then run in soft circular motions over face and decolletage
Rinse and repeat under water runs clear
Apply serum or moisturiser to your face. Turn on Sculpt Vibrating Tool. Use upwards strokes from the collarbones up the neck to the jawline.
Use 1 - 10 minutes per day for best results.
Over freshly oiled or wet skin, press Contour against skin and apply moderate pressure.
Use firm, sweeping strokes, move upward from ankles towards the heart.
Use the same motion from the crown of the head, down towards the heart.
Use 3-5 times over each area of the body up to four times a week for optimal results.
Sustainable: single purchase beauty tools are reusable and zero-waste.
Pearl Polish is compostable after lifespan.
Explore the ingredient profile and science behind the ingredients here.
Controlled Micro Trauma: Controlled manipulation of the skin signals cells to heal and repair, with collagen, elastin and oxygen rich nutrients.
Myofascial Release: Designed to lift the Myofascial for relaxation, tension release and muscle repair.
Sonic Vibrations: 6,000 vibrations per minute stimulate collagen, circulation and contract to tighten facial muscles.
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