Facial Brush looks like spaceship can clean skin perfectly

It is difficult to find time for face cleaning after exhausting schedule. Cleansing, exfoliating, and moisturizing are the best ideas to freshen up your face. TAO Clean come up with Orbital Facial Brush and Cleaning Station (White). It is designed to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria, leaving you with a clean, dry brush every time.

Its soft bristles and powerful rotation technology can reportedly clean deep in your pores, removing dirt, makeup, and other debris. Simply apply your cleanser onto your face, turn on your brush, and let it done its part.

This brush is apparently so powerful that TAO claims it is more effective than manually washing your face.

Wet brushes are susceptible to unwanted bacteria, which would ultimately end up on your face and defeat the whole purpose. However, this cleaning station promises to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria, leaving you with a clean, dry brush every time.

The brush comes with dual cleansing modes and interchangeable heads. But what really sets it apart is its charging station, which uses powerful UV-C rays to kill 99.9 percent of leftover bacteria. It wicks moisture away with the built-in dryer, ensuring your brush stays clean after every session.

It cleanses and polishes your skin with powerful rotating bristles. This Orbital Facial Brush scrubs away dirt, dead skin cells, and makeup residue more thoroughly. You can choose between Super Clean and Sensitive Clean modes depending on your skin type.

Additionally, you can use the exfoliator head once a week to deeply clean and unclog pores. Its charging station kills 999 percent of Bacteria with UV-C rays. Its ergonomic waterproof brush handle fits perfectly in your hand.

Reclaim your glow by exfoliating after every wash with a brush that cleans itself.

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