Beauty Gadget Alert: Bliss Pout-o-Matic Spa Powered Lip-Perfecting System

Bliss Pout o Matic Spa Powered Lip Perfecting System

I’m pretty sure I need a Pout-o-Matic just because it sounds incredibly important. When Bliss launched their Fabulips Foaming Lip Cleanser I was sure it was the best invention since sliced bread but this new Pout-o-Matic Spa Powered Lip-Perfecting System, this, this is surely as incredible as the day the wheel was created.

The new Bliss Pout-o-Matic Spa Powered Lip-Perfecting System ($48) is a rotary device with a custom head with massaging numbs to softly exfoliate lips. Packed up with Bliss Fabulips Sugar Lip Scrub this device polishes, scrubs, and whisks away dry skin leaving lips soft and supple…

Of course, if you have a electric toothbrush it might save you $48….

But I love me some beauty gadgetry so I’ll admit that I kinda want this but likely won’t indulge….

What?

I like me some techy beauty.

Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com.

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  • 2/6/14 17:32 amy:

    I’m all for free-market pricing, but this is ridiculous. Like you said, an electric toothbrush & any lipscrub (there are dozens of great DIY recipes) will do just as well. Even if they cut the price in half, it would still be overpriced, but I would at least give it consideration. However, at nearly $50, I just can’t, even if I had no budget, out of principle.

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  • 2/6/14 17:53 Abbie:

    Ummm I’m definitely going to buy this! My lips are always dry and I’ve been in search of a solution, maybe this will work!! Thanks for sharing

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  • 2/6/14 18:41 Nesita:

    This is one of those completely unnecessary things that I would love to own haha

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    • 2/6/14 19:04 Isabella Muse:

      LOL me too!

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  • 2/6/14 19:04 diane:

    i love beauty tools and i am eyeing this guy up! it sounds so cool! :)

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  • 2/7/14 1:58 Ryou:

    I think I’ll stick to exfoliating my lips lightly with a wet toothbrush right before I brush my teeth. Less costly and much easier not to forget. ;)

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  • 2/7/14 3:13 Heather:

    Oh dear! This thing is ridiculous! Hehehe I am thinking the Clarisonic might do the same thing and it would save some time, just hit it while washing your face.

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  • 2/7/14 11:20 Michelle:

    I just read not to long ago a plastic surgeon said to run you Clarisonic over your lips for 10 to 15 seconds. You can buy a lip scrub or save some money and make your own. LOL

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  • 2/7/14 14:27 Danielle:

    LoL, Muse @ “Of course, if you have a electric toothbrush it might save you $48….” Hehe. I like gadgets too, so this looks interesting.

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    • 2/7/14 14:33 Isabella Muse:
  • 2/7/14 15:41 SusanT:

    OMG, I want this! Do I need it? Probably, with this horrid cold Chicago weather, my lips look & feel like hell. But the price is so high — yikes! If it were more like $30, I’d probably definitely get it.

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  • 2/8/14 10:45 Sami:

    How do I get it?

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    • 2/10/14 11:21 Isabella Muse:

      sephora has it

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