I remember when getting a beauty treatment was a luxury you indulge in by visiting a salon or spa. The rise of at-home beauty gadgets has put an end to that and thanks to the Covid-19 lockdowns, the beauty gadgets market has grown exponentially this past year. There are so many now; that’s easy to get and operate from home and this Solawave Wand is one such gadget.
The Solawave Wand is a powerful at-home skincare tool that combines four skincare technologies into one compact device.
- Microcurrents to tone, tighten, and lift the face and neck. Microcurrents also promote collagen production to prevent and minimise the appearance of wrinkles
- Red Light Therapy to help fade hyperpigmentation and combat acne (and maskne!)
- Therapeutic Warmth to facilitate deeper absorption of topical skincare products – so your oils, moisturisers, and creams work more effectively
- Sonic Vibration to help brighten dark circles, reduce puffiness, and temporarily lift skin
That’s a tall order for one gadget and I was curious to see how it works so I’ve been putting it to the test for at least two months now. It’s small and portable, charges fairly quickly, and is touch activated which means there’s no on or off button. It switches on when it comes in contact with skin.
How to use Solawave Wand
My Solawave Wand came with a conducting serum – the SolaWave Renew Complex or Pure Hydration) that helps the gadget glide on skin and work better but I’ve been assured any hyaluronic based serum will work fine too.
To use, simply apply the conducting serum after cleansing skin. The SolaWave wand can be used on most areas of your face like the forehead, under eyes, cheeks, jaw, neck, and upper lip. Just glide it across your face in an upward and outward movement for 5 – 10 minutes.
When used continuously. It promises to improve pigmentation and help fight signs of ageing.
The Solawave Wand is available here.