When I think of spatulas, I think of cooking, You probably do as well. But spatulas are simply tools with broad flat, usually flexible blades that are either used for blending foods, or removing them from pots. Spatulas are also popularly used in mixinb drugs, spreading plasters and paints and in other types of arts and crafts. So it was with some curiosity, and perhaps a little bit of trepidation, that I was approached to try the Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Spatula.
This sleek, ultrasonic Labelle Skin Spatula almost looks like a sci-fi phaser. You can’t scrape a pan with it or find it helpful in crafts, but you will find that it does a lot to help “whip up” better skin. What the Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Spatula really is qualifies as a home version of a spa treatment known as “ultrasonic skin scrubbing.” It removes impurities, and after cleansing, can also help to gently infuse nutrients back into your skin. There are spa treatments that use this technique, but this DIY home scraper does pretty much the same thing.
The press literature makes the point that spa or salon facials can cost upwards of $50-$75 per treatment and in some areas it’s a lot more than that. This at home device is just a one-time investment of $149.00 and Trophy Skin will even pay the shipping. The company is a leading manufacturer of microdermabrasion, anti-aging, and acne light therapy devices made for use at home. If you’re still wondering if it works, I can tell you that all I see is 4 and 5 star reviews, and I add mine at 5 stars as well. Trophy Skin conducted their own 2 week clinical study earlier this year. According to the company representative, those using the Labella Skin Spatula had the following results” 86% experienced an overall improvement in their skin; 83% had fewer clogged pores; 83% said their skin looks and feels healthier, and 77% said their pores appear smaller