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Talika Cream Booster Review

Beat This, Harry Potter! Your Moisturizer Gets a Magic Wand

I have beauty tools that vibrate, spin, beep, and pulse. Now, I'm adding the Talika Cream Booster ($145) to the bunch. The small wand uses dermatologist-grade technology to increase the efficiency of the skin care products you already own. The device is a trifecta of antiaging benefits. First, it emits negative ions, which make skin cells more open to absorbing the hydrating ingredients in your products. The tool also gives off an orange light, which helps get rid of dull skin. Finally, vibrations help to stimulate circulation and encourage collagen production. In the Winter months, my thicker creams tend to just sit on top of my skin, but everything melts in after a few sweeps of the cream booster. This is one magic wand where abracadabra is not required.

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