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Coming Soon: Neutrogena Wave

Next month marks the launch of the Neutrogena Wave Power-Cleanser and Deep Clean Foaming Pads ($12.99), a massaging, vibrating gadget intended to sweep away layers of dead skin cells.

The idea is to affix a single-use pad to the applicator, turn it on, and let it buff away dullness and potential pore cloggers. The pads are pre-loaded with cleanser to produce a "tingly cool lather." I've tried a few other battery-operated cleansing doodads before, but none have sent me over the moon. This one looks like its design is a little more thought-out, though, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed. One's on the way to me now, so I'll get a review to you soon!

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xxjeh_kneexx xxjeh_kneexx 8 years
can i use it? 13 yrs old
pee-wee113506 pee-wee113506 8 years
I bought it and tried it twice. It's not so bad I kind of like the fact that its gentle and doesn't feel harsh or brillo like on my skin.
bettyboutique bettyboutique 8 years
Alright so i bought it to try it out... used it twice... so far its alright but as someone said previously i dont like that you throw it away after one use... it seems like there is still so much soap left on it too. And yes it is just like a little vibrator that you put on your face. I'll see how good the results are after my little pads run out but i doubt i'll spend the money to buy more. But im the WORST for buying new products just to try them lol so i thought i'd give you the inside hehe
pixelhaze pixelhaze 8 years
TerryWagner123: Thanks for your post, Ive been thinking of buying one but haven't been sure because there seem to be similar things for MUCH cheaper. Actually I think Neutrogena has one they call a microdermabrasion something. Do you think it's really better than the competition? A lot of other brushes claim to use the same or similar technology.
terrywagner123 terrywagner123 8 years
I went ahead and sprung for the Clarisonic cleansing brush from Neiman Marcus, it was just under $200, but, I use it twice a day and it cleans your face unbelieveably, I'll never stop using it, the ultrasonic technology is fantastic and I won't spend extra money trying new products that don't work, every now and then I splurge on a really good product, but, it really saves money in the end, and you can now get them cheaper on ebay.
kimchimei kimchimei 8 years
didn't one company have a product like these a while back that was recalled?
emalove emalove 8 years
Hmmm, maybe I'd try it. I wonder if the pads are like their MicroDerm pads. I love those.
ashopaholic ashopaholic 8 years
cant really go wrong with the price...its only 12.99, i wouldn't be devastated if it was mediocre or bad
TFS TFS 8 years
i wouldnt bother with this at all ladies!!!!!! if you want something that actually works then get your hands on this: *if your not amazed at the results u can personally come and smack my behind. i use it religiouly about 2-5times a week (sometimes everyday)!
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
Should be interesting to see the review. I doubt it's any good however I'll keep a (some-what) open mind.
terryt18 terryt18 8 years
They've got this at the local WalMart already. I've got the Dove one . I like it, but I don't love it.
hottpink hottpink 8 years
I'm with kari as well
cassie4mark cassie4mark 8 years
ooh can't wait for the review on this one although I'm sure it unfortunately will be a let down..
Nickey Nickey 8 years
Awaiting the review.... Sounds like it might be a good one.
brown_eyed_grrl brown_eyed_grrl 8 years
Yeah, also not loving the "gadgety," single-use thing. I get by with my Neutrogena oil-free acne wash just fine.
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 8 years
I wonder if it actually moves or just vibrates like the Ponds (I think?) one.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I agree.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Yea, I'm with kari...
karisaamy karisaamy 8 years
I don't like the products that you have to throw away after one use. Why increase our landfills when other products work so well and so do as much harm.
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