I have a Foreo Luna Fofo ($119 CAD) and I think it’s a wonderful cleansing device. I like it particularly over other types of tools, such as a Clarisonic cleansing device, because it is easier to clean and cheaper in the long run! There are no brush heads to replace, so it is a one time purchase. This Foreo is travel friendly and does a pretty good job at cleansing without being too abrasive. Essentially, it is a water-proof silicone cleansing brush that creates pulsations to effectively clean the skin. I use the double cleansing method and I’ll use my Foreo on the second cleanse.
I don’t use my Foreo everyday, but I reach for it about 2-3 times a week. I don’t think you need to be using a Foreo (or any other cleansing tool) to have clean skin, but I enjoy using it time to time. As one of my favourite dermatologists Dr. Dray says, it’s not a necessary tool but it’s still a good tool nonetheless. I like using my Foreo during my self care nights, or when I’ve worn heavier make up throughout the day/night and I feel like I need some extra love!
I think one of my favourite things about my Foreo is that it is timed! It forces you to clean for a set period of time; this is important because not cleansing the face for enough time is seriously not good for the skin and I suspect most people a are unaware of this . The Foreo will let you know when one part of your face has been cleansed and it’s time to move onto the next part. It also has lower pulsation levels for the more sensitive areas of your face, such as the eyes.
The Foreo can also be connected to the Foreo app which tells you your ‘skin age,’ and hydration levels, though I question how accurate these statistics are.
Overall, I enjoy using my Foreo device. Foreo also has a cheaper option and you can see all the various types of Foreos on the Sephora website!
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