I’ve been taken in by a lot of trendy beauty gadgets over the years.
I’m still debating whether or not to drop £100 or more on a Clarisonic, and I’ve made do with strange cheap knockoffs (there was one that had little cleanser-soaked pads you attached to a mini vibrator. Anyone remember that?) in the years of deliberation.
The pattern is nearly always the same.
I see some adverts and glowing reviews, become CONVINCED that this magical gadget is how I’ll finally get smooth, glowing skin, buy it, use it religiously for a few weeks, then get bored and give up thanks to the lack of dramatic results.
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