While some celebs at the Academy Awards hit the red carpet in affordable drugstore beauty products, others opted to primp using high-tech devices.
Emilia Clarke, Emma Stone and Sarah Paulson are just a few of the A-listers who turned to celebrity aesthetician Georgia Louise for her bespoke facial, which includes a sheet mask session with the buzzy Pulse + Glo device.
The $165 headpiece, which is designed for use with specially formulated ionizable sheet masks, boasts galvanic current to enhance circulation, refine pores and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. Galvanic current therapy originated in Korea, and its benefits include improved oxygen flow in the bloodstream, reduced inflammation and increased collagen production.
The device itself looks like a headband and provides the clinically proven, gentle galvanic experience without the price of a fancy facial. Special ionizable sheet masks allow the vibrating headset to work its magic and safely pulse those good-for-your-skin ingredients up to 10 times deeper into the skin, resulting in a long-lasting glow.
For the best results, the makers of the Pulse + Glow recommend using the device for 10 minutes at a time and pairing the headset only with ionizable sheet masks (sold separately).
“I love this product!” writes a Nostrdom.com reviewer. “I noticed the results right away! You don’t really feel the vibrations while it’s on, but the glow was undeniable!”
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