Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion Reviews

January 17, 2015

Let me fill the information gap of the Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion with the following reviews. I’ll explain what the product does vs its competition, the Clarisonic, and I’ll post some reviews that I’ve found online besides this one. That way you can make an educated decision before buying this skin care product.

There are a lot of options out there when it comes to health and beauty products that claim to eliminate blackheads and oil from your face, so it’s important to know which product will serve your needs the best. If you’ve already bought the Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula and Infusion kit, then these reviews might help you learn how to use it properly or maybe answer a few of your questions.

My Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion Review

labelle ultrasonic skin spatula reviewsWe all know that a lot of manufacturers, especially in the health and beauty vertical, are using ultrasonic technology to help aid in the removal of plaque in teeth (Sonicare), but also in skin care. There are a couple of options out there to choose from, but when you watch this review (not mine), you can see this guy describing why the Clarisonic fails in comparison to the Labelle UItrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion kit. You probably also are aware of several other methods of cleaning your face i.e. microdermabrasion.

When taking proper care of your face, understanding the difference between microdermabrasion systems and ultrasonic machines is important. Microdermabrasion uses particles to scrape away dirt, dead skin cells, grime, makeup, etc. from your skin and the higher end models have a suction device that removes this material. Ultrasonic machines use vibration frequencies to loosen said materials from your skin and often times you can just wash away the remaining residue from your skin. Some machines, like the one being reviewed here, has an infusion process that helps your moisturizer penetrate your skin deeper.

Both methods are obviously better than washing your face with antibacterial soap as regular scrubbing the same way that you have been doesn’t exfoliate your skin. You might have some other tool or cream that you are using right now, but these machines and systems make the process so much easier.

Trophy Skin, the company that makes the Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion reviews the benefits of using this device. This excerpt is taken from their website: “The Labelle Skin Scrubber vibrates at speeds right around 24,000 Hz and works based on ultrasonic oscillation. You can easily see the particles that have been scrubbed from the skin on the spatula after each and every treatment from the gentle separation from the vibration.”



The Labelle Skin Scrubber Spatula and Infusion tool gets rid of clogged pores, clears whiteheads and blackheads, helps bring your dull skin tone back to life, removes dead skin cells and debris, and also gets rid of excess oil that helps eliminate future breakouts. On top of all that, the product has an infusion setting to help your moisturizing cream deeply penetrate your skin.

If you were to watch some Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula reviews on YouTube or other video sites, you can see that the vibration of the scrubber creates a fine mist that also removes the excess water from your face during the application. Watch this video below to see what I mean.

Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion Review: Proper Use

The first step during use is to clean your skin thoroughly using whatever your daily routine for face washing may be. Yes, you still have to scrub your face before using the ultrasonic spatula.

The second step is to wet your face again, and turn the Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula to ‘peeling mode,’ not ‘infusion mode,’ and gently exfoliate your skin by dragging the spatula across your face. You’ll see during this process that blackheads, especially around your nose, will become less visible due to the removal of the dirt, oil, makeup, and bacteria that was clogging your pores. You may need to continually add water to your face during this process.

The third step is to dry your face, and switch the Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula to ‘infusion mode.’ Apply your normal face moisturizers and use the machine to help drive the product deeper into your skin. Don’t mash it in, the ultrasonic frequencies will work best when a normal rate of pressure is applied.

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My Final Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion Review

The Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula and Infusion system was created by the makers of MicrodermMD among a long line of other successful and great performing skin care systems. The cost of ultrasonic skin scrubbing treatments at the spa run anywhere from $50 to $75 per session. When you purchase this system, you will not only save yourself some money, but you also have a peace of mind with the company’s return policy. Thanks for reading my Labelle Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber Spatula & Infusion reviews! Hopefully, now you can make an educated purchase.

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