@awk It’s for exfoliation of dead skin, which isn’t a problem for everyone. I have dermatitis on my face and scalp, so I have to do that, but this seems like overkill. I just use some silicone exfoliation pads and it does the same thing, and cost less than half the price of this thing.
I’m mildly interested by incredibly wary. I actually just returned something like this (Librex Egg on Amazon) because the way the head vibrated somehow caused the head to literally vibrate itself apart. Cracks between half the bristle holes and I’m not sure what was even holding it together at that point. Bristles everywhere. It seemed the work the two weeks I had it though. Didn’t make my face red like a spin facial brush would. Or you can just use good old fashioned hands if you don’t have problem skin like a normal person cause I’m not sure it would be much of an upgrade for you. So yeah.
@Tiamat114 The dermatitis on my face reached a point where using my hands wasn’t enough. After experimenting with sugar scrubs, I finally discovered silicone exfoliation pads and use those. They’re inexpensive, last indefinitely and are easy to use. This thing seems overkill, even if you do have problems with dead skin buildup.
Item just arrived and no comments yet on the product… but holycows was this in a ridiculously enormous box. The packaging was at least 4x bigger than it needed to be for the product: a huge outer cardboard box containing a lot of empty air and a vast expanse of clear plastic housing a relatively modest item. Which is, on reflection, probably why this thing is on Meh & not store shelves.