The Yoso Pro | A Skincare Revolution?

Wednesday, 25 February 2015




Hello Beauties! I hope you're all well and enjoying the start of a new month and (hopefully) the start of Spring! I was recently contacted by Beauty Crowd asking if I would like to try the YOSO Pro, a revolutionary skincare tool from Korea. I've been interested in trying the Magnitone/Clarisonic for a while now, and the YOSO Pro is designed to do the same thing, but without the brushes which may irritate sensitive skin, so I thought I'd give it a go and see how I got on. 

I'll explain a little bit about the product before I get into my actual review, as it's quite a complicated concept and takes some getting used to. The YOSO Pro is a 3 step deep cleaning system from Korea, which uses ion technology to help your products penetrate deeper into the skin. The YOSO Pro has three settings - cleanse, moisturise and boost - all with a maximum time of 5 mins so that you don't over work your skin. Each mode also has a intensity setting to help you really customise your experience, I mainly used this on the medium setting, as I assumed that high would be a little too much for my sensitive skin and didn't want to take any risks. 

The 'Cleanse' setting is designed to be used after you've removed all of your make up, to give you an added deep clean. The cleanse setting uses positive ions to remove fine dirt trapped in pores using the natural power of electricity and can be used with your regular cleanser or toner, so there's no need to buy anything new to use with the device. The 'Moisturise' setting uses a negative charge which allows your moisturiser to absorb deeper into the skin to for more effective moisturising. The 'Boost' setting uses a combination of positive and negative ions and is used to boost the effect of moisturisers, sheet masks and serums. Each mode also uses gentle vibrations, but nothing intense so no need to worry about it damaging your skin. 

The YOSO Pro comes with a cradle to store your device in, which I thought was quite handy to keep on my bathroom shelf, two plastic rings which allow you to attach a cotton pad to the device if you want and a charger, which unfortunately is electric, so the device can't be used in the shower like the Magnitone with its magnetic charger. 

I've been using the YOSO Pro for a while now and have had mixed results. After trying all of the modes, I found that I wasn't too impressed with the 'cleanse' mode. I use a very watery foaming cleanser and it just didn't worth with this device, as it just kind of ran off and didn't foam up as much as it would have if I'd have used my hands, and I just didn't really see any changes in my skin being clearer or brighter, etc. However, I really do like this device for moisturising. I found that my moisturiser sank into my skin a lot better and my skin was a lot smoother after using the YOSO Pro. I've noticed that since using the YOSO Pro to moisturise my skin that its been a lot less dehydrated and I've had less flaky skin around my forehead which has always been a problem for me. 

Overall, I think the YOSO Pro is great for moisturising, or if you normally use a gel cleanser or something more substantial than the milky/watery cleanser which I use. I'd say this product is more of a 'nice to have' than a 'need to have' though, especially as it will set you back a whopping £149. However if you are interested in purchasing the product, or learning more (they have a great video demo showing you all of the details of the product) then head over to the Beauty Crowd website, as they are the exclusive stockists of the YOSO Pro. 

Lots of Love,

Becky x x

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1 comment:

  1. £149!! wow! I think if this isn't a 'Need' product I will pass, I do need to try something like this though ! xx

    OliviaCheryl.com

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