My Foreo Experience: Using The Foreo Luna Play

Hey guys!!! While on vacation in Charleston, South Carolina, I went to the outlets. While there, I went to Saks Off Fifth and bought a Foreo Luna Play [see Insta post]. It was a totally spur of the moment purchase. I am really excited because it was only $20, yes Twenty Dollars!!!! Let’s get into the details about the device!

I got the Foreo Luna Play in Mint. The device comes with a scannable QR code that give you access to the Foreo website. From there you can register your device and set up an account with Foreo. I was also able to download a user manual from the website. Foreo also has an app that you can use as well. You set up a profile and register your device. You can also shop on the app. That is pretty cool! Once your device is registered, you have access to care instructions and how to use the device.

Let’s get to the good stuff!!! I got my Foreo ready for use. I then washed my face using the device with my Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cleanser [see review here]. The device did a great job cleansing my skin. I did have to switch how I held it as I washed my face because of the compact size, didn’t want my hand to cramp up. I loved how the vibration from the device felt on my face. That combined with the gentleness of the silicone bristles was so relaxing. I may or may not have spent an extra amount of time cleansing my face and neck, it felt so good! My skin certainly feels nice and refreshed, I feel like using the Foreo gave it an extra boost.

Over all, I enjoyed my experience using the Foreo Luna Play. I love that they have an app. I also, am pleased with how easy it is to use. I had a great experience using it. I recommend it especially if you see it on sale or if it is in your price range. It most definitely is a splurge. I hope you enjoyed this review! You can keep up with The Up Side on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Tiktok. Thank you for reading!

Kara Simone

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