The number one question on your mind might be “what would a spatula do for the skin?!”

Might sound intriguing, weird, or scary or but it’s essentially a harmless little device that cleans out your pores like no other skincare product can.


What in the World Is an Ultrasonic Skin Spatula? 

It is a water-based exfoliating device that extracts dead skin cells and debris through the power of ultrasonic waves. These ultrasonic waves are vibrations that loosen up the dirt and dead skin that is clogging up your pores. It’s such a powerful tool that you can see oils and dead skin cells coming out as you are using it.


What are the Benefits?

Here’s how your skin can potentially benefit from using an ultrasonic skin spatula:

  • Deeper clean – the ultrasonic waves emitting from the spatula extract all of the dirt and debris from your skin, leaving your skin feeling squeaky clean.
  • Smoother and brighter Skin – the spatula exfoliates the skin by removing dead skin cells and reducing whiteheads and blackheads. As a result, that improves your skin’s texture and brightens your skin tone.
  • Deeper penetration of skincare products – when the skin is completely exfoliated and pores are unclogged, your skincare products are able to penetrate the skin better and have a greater effect on your skin’s health.
  • Firmer and younger-looking skin – an ultrasonic skin spatula leaves the skin feeling tighter and more youthful without drying it out.

How to Use it

First, wash your face with your favorite cleanser. Then, on wet skin, turn on the device and glide the ultrasonic spatula over all your skin with light to medium pressure. Work from the center of your face to the outer edge. Wipe off residue as needed. Finally, apply your favorite toner and moisturizer.

Is it Safe for All Skin Types?

The spatula is best for someone who has oily skin because their skin barrier is able to tolerate more aggressive treatments. An ultrasonic skin spatula is not recommended for sensitive skin types and those with dry skin or rosacea. Do not use it on areas with zits, cysts or acne.


Consider the ZAQ Nova Powerful Ultrasonic Scrub Spatula

If you’re looking for a high-quality ultrasonic skin scrubber, check out the ZAQ Nova Powerful Ultrasonic Scrub Spatula. This spatula includes positive and negative ions and offers 33,000 vibrations per second that will easily extract impurities out of your skin. You don’t need to use any harsh physical or chemical exfoliants on your skin if you invest in this powerful product.

The ZAQ Nova Powerful Ultrasonic Scrub Spatula unclogs pores, gets rid of excess oil, blackheads, whiteheads, brightens skin, cleans polluted, dry and flaky skin and improves uneven skin texture. The vibrations from the Nova Powerful Ultrasonic Scrub Spatula stimulate blood flow which leads to tighter and younger-looking skin.

To use this device, start with a clean and wet face, remove the protection cap, turn it on, and enter the default cleaning mode which is indicated with a blue light. Next, you can set the ion powers by holding both sides of the ion conductors. Then, tilt the Nova spatula at a 45-degree angle on the areas you want to clean and glide it all over until all dirt and residue is removed. This product is also very easy to clean and maintain. When you are done using it, all you have to do is clean the head with soap, water and oil. Don’t forget to charge it before the next use. Recommended use is 1-3 times per week.

For Superior Benefits Try the ZAQ Hydrating Organic Rose + Goji Facial Mist

After using the Nova Powerful Ultrasonic Scrub Spatula, make sure to follow it up with a cooling facial mist like the ZAQ Hydrating Organic Rose + Goji Facial Mist. This citrusy, sweet, and floral scented vitamin facial toner provides instant hydration to your skin and can also be used to set make up. Some of the key ingredients infused into this mist are organic rose, niacinamide, and vitamin B5.

Take special care of your skin with wonderful products from ZAQ.

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