Monday, February 14, 2011

Review: PRAI O2 Infusion with Vacuum Technology!

I recently posted about the new PRAI O2 Infusion with Vacuum Technology, and I’ve now had the chance to test it out for a couple of weeks so thought you might like to know my thoughts on it!

Usage was fairly easy, it’s a simple case of massaging it onto the skin and then leaving for 1-2 minutes (which seems a lot longer when doing nothing whilst waiting); I left it for 2 as for some reason I always need to leave things for the longest time stated (this goes for home hair dyes when I’m going through my home dying phases and countless other things. I guess it makes me feel like I am getting the best results by doing this – god knows!) and then gently wipe away with a damp cloth, or rinse. It’s that simple!

Actually, now I think about it, I did suffer a little difficulty using this product and that was to stop myself wiping the product from around my nose as it was very tickly as the foam bubbled away – that took some serious self-restraint on my part.

Just applied:
 Started to foam:
Foam starting to go:

I used the product 3 times a week (which is stated on the product as the maximum amount of times per week to use it – see above about my weird need to use things to the max) and found that after using it, my skin did feel soft and looked more radiant. I feel that it’s more than worth the £19.75 price tag and I will definitely be buying it again when this tube runs out.

I have to admit though that I was fairly bemused by this product at first, since it involved some sort of technology that I’d usually associate with a Dyson, or suchlike. I wondered how this technology could come in the form of a foaming gel, and how (and if) it would benefit my skin! I still don’t know to be honest, but honestly so long as it’s doing good things to my skin, I really don’t feel that I need to understand anything much more than that!

Disclosure: PR Sample

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