May 12, 2016

Introducing Foreo Luna Play

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Foreo Luna Play

Introducing Foreo Luna Play! The new Foreo Luna Play is a $39.99 small version of the more expensive Foreo Luna ($199) that offers a soft, gentle, deep cleansing. The new Luna Play is suitable for all skin types and is a smaller design that works great for covering smaller areas during cleansing like the T-Zone.

It’s also the perfect introductory unit to Foreo’s Cleansing Devices. This pulsating facial brush uses t-sonic pulsations and nonabrasive silicone to gently remove deal skin sells while whisking away dirt, oil, and makeup residue.

Foreo Luna Play brush

It also refines and brightens skin as well as aids in allowing skin care products to absorb more fully into the skin.

The smaller, cheaper size makes it a great introduce unit to the cleansing brush world as well as perfect for traveling!

And don’t forget it’s available in a range of 7 yummy shades including pink, purple, gold, and more!

I want one! But the catch is it contains a non-rechargeable battery with up to 100 uses 🙁 That’s sort of a problem!

Get it now at Sephora.com.

What do you think of a smaller Foreo!?

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  • Jenna Roberts

    I saw Ingrid on YouTube talk about it and the only thing is it looked like it works for 6 weeks and then you have to get a new one. She was saying there is no battery. If this is the case, that is a bummer and seems a bit wasteful. But I love the concept!

    • Isabella Muse

      literally just saw the fine print! Damn! But I guess nice to just try it and find out if you really want to buy a full size!

  • maddy

    oh my goodness it is so teeny tiny! Wish it is a taddd bigger, but if its only $40 compared to $200…. this might be going on my wish list. Hopefully it works as well as the regular sized FOREO Luna!

  • dia

    the fact that it has a non-removable battery is alarming to me. i assume most users will use it for a couple of months and dispose of it in the trash, since it doesn’t exactly look recyclable to me. however, tossing used batteries into the landfill causes toxic heavy metals to leach into the soil and ground water.

  • breyerchic04

    I have the mini, which is like $150 instead of $200 and a little smaller, but still rechargable. So I dunno, I’d rather do that than get one you can’t recharge.

  • Jenny

    From what I read, the unit comes with a $40 voucher toward the purchase of a Luna 2. So it is worth it in my opinion. I am concerned with how disposal is handled. I guess the same way you are suppose to dispose of used batteries.

  • Lindsay

    I just got one of these in my Allure Beauty Box! They say to toss it after the battery dies.

  • Lulle

    You mean that you can’t even remove and change the battery? Wow if that’s the case that’s completely irresponsible for the brand to launch something like that. A disposable electronic device that only lasts for a few weeks? Great, we needed more plastic waste and heavy metal pollution from the non-removable battery on this planet! 🙁

    • Chynna

      I totally agree with this assessment. This is a terrible thing, The fact they sent these out in an Allure Beauty Box makes me even angrier about it. I will no longer be buying or recommending any of their products.

  • Rachel

    This was in the May Allure Beauty subscription box. I’ve been using it for about a week now and I really like it. I was super bummed to learn that it’s not rechargeable, but I don’t see anything wrong with using it on its own as a scrubber even after the battery dies (since I al ready have it now). It’s teeny so it’d even be good for cleaning liner brushes. This may have been exclusive to the subscription but it came with a coupon code for the price of the Luna Play off a full size (i.e. rechargeable) Luna, too. I think the product could be improved by adding an auto-off feature after the one minute scrub time so you don’t have to watch the clock or risk overdoing it. Anyway, I doubt I’d buy it, but since it came in a sub I’m happy to put it to good use!

  • Kim

    I have the Luna mini for almost 2 years and I love it. A smaller size sounds cool for travelling and it seems like a good idea at first. It’s a nice way to try the product without committing to the pricier one but not being able to recharge it makes me fell really uncomfortable. I feel it’s irresponsible for a brand to create such product. One of the appeal for me when I chose the Luna mini over the Clarisonic was that I didn’t have to replace any parts, ever. It was a better deal for my wallet but also for the environment. This product goes against that. 🙁

  • Jenny

    You guys do understand it is our responsibility as a consumer to dispose of products in the proper manner, right? At least in the US, you can arrange for recycling to pick up batteries and in battery devices that should not be put in normal trash or recycling containers. They are sent to separate facilities that take the devices apart and dispose and recycle each piece per government regulations. So let’s not blame a company for our faults.

    • Jane

      Those programs aren’t available everywhere, and it is ridiculous that companies are still making toxic metal landfill. No thank you – and the blame belongs squarely on the company that makes it.

    • Ieisha

      At least in the US? That’s one country. Why do most Americans not realize the rest of the world exists?
      And there’s no blame on the consumers. It’s not “our fault”.

  • melissa

    I just went through a range of a emotions in the minute it took to read this post ha! I would love this for travel but ….. the no rechargeable/replaceable battery thing is no bueno! Thank you for pointing it out and save me $40 for other goodies lol.

  • Ivanna

    I got it in my Allure beauty box, and was so psyched that I ran into the bathroom to try it.

    This piece of crap is useless! Lol. It “scrubs” no better than my own fingers, and the vibration or the bristles that are slick with the facewash are absolutely pointless. It feels like sliding a piece of rubber over your skin — ineffectively wasteful. I used it once, washed it, and now it’s going to be sitting around waiting to be recycled. I don’t know whom to gift it to because I hate it so much. If you want it, let me know, I’ll send it to you.

    Everyone who likes it, I don’t understand you people at all. Do you even wear makeup that needs to be washed off? Do you exfoliate your face while washing it? Or do you just smear a bunch of fluids and move them around your skin in a long sequence of products, and then wipe them off?

    The heck.

    • Isabella Muse

      ha that convinced me I really don’t need it thanks Ivanna!

    • Cara

      Maybe you are not using it properly? Or with a cleanser that is not recommended? I feel like if so many people including myself are having a different experience to you, that it’s either a really personal tactile hang up of yours or you just haven’t used it the way everyone else is.

      • Ivanna

        I’m using the cleanser that came with it and Imm rubbing this **** on my face while it’s vibrating. What rocket science am I missing here? It does zero scrubbing.