July 13, 2015

New Device Alert: Philosophy Massage One-Touch Facialist

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Philosophy Purity Made Simple Cleanse and Massage One-Touch Facialist

Gadget girl? Me too! That’s why I’m ever so intrigued by the new Philosophy Purity Made Simple Cleanse and Massage One-Touch Facialist! Philosophy’s new skincare brush promises an at home facial with the touch of a button!

Take a look!

As of now the Philosophy Massage One-Touch Facialist is not yet sold on its own and is available exclusively at QVC.com. It comes packaged together with a full size Purity Made Simple Facial Cleanser as well as a 4 oz travel size cleanser plus the device for $89.

The device not only cleanses but gently exfoliates to leave skin looking brighter, smoother, and fresher. It gives skin a deep cleanse as it redefines the texture of skin for a smoother, softer finish.

Fun part? You can load it up with cleanser and push down on a lever to release the cleanser! Now massage onto wet skin in a circular motion for sixty seconds to cleanse. You can even up the speed level for a softer and deeper cleanse.

The Philosophy Purity Made Simple Cleanse and Massage One-Touch Facialist is available now at QVC.com.

Count me curious!

I think I’m indulging in this one so expect a review soon!

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  • Judith Newell Raley

    I am returning product and “gadget” today. Facial scrubber stopped working. Pump will not bring up purity any longer. I wondered if it would last. I will not keep product as it is overpriced if I cannot have the facial gadget.

  • Judith Newell Raley

    I am returning the product and facial cleansing tool/applicator. The pump no longer works. The product is overpriced if the gadget doesn’t work.

  • Amy

    I really hate when companies don’t sell their own products. Is it because they don’t believe in the product…

    There are two (2) places to purchase this device at. You can find it at QVC for $89 or Macy’s for $79. Both come with the bottle of Purity Cleanser. I was hoping to find JUST THE DEVICE, WITHOUT CLEANSER! That way maybe it would be cheaper. Plus, I already have a skin care regime. No, such luck.

    Philosophy has begun to disappoint me over the last couple years. I wonder if Management has changed. I use to be such a huge fan.

  • Dana

    I know the posts here are from 2015 and I wish I had done more research prior to purchasing this gadget. I purchased it and was excited to use it, and was good when it was working but it stopped working on me one day. On the box it said “safe for use in and out of shower” but that’s not the case. I opened the battery thing to replace it thinking it was dead (which was odd because it was only 2 months old). When I opened it, the battery had corroded and it was rusty and there was water leaking out of it. I returned it. I splurged on a Clarisonic instead!