Get the Solawave Skin Care Stick and Bye Acne Device for up to 50% off during the sitewide sale – LSB

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Solawave’s best deals at a glance:


Solawave stick serum

Solawave Bye Acne

When it comes to beauty technology, Solawave is a brand that really delivers. If you’ve got your favorite celebrity skin care stick or even a light therapy mask on your wish list, you’ll be thrilled to know that the brand’s Cyber ​​Week sale is still on. For a limited time, you can score 20-50% off everything and get a free gift (the hydrating mask) when you spend over $50. Some high-demand items have already sold out, such as the Light Therapy Mask, but here’s a look at our best sale offers that are still available.

Our top pick

Why we like it

When Mashable’s reviewer used the Solawave Skin Care Bar for the first time, she saw almost immediate results in the puffiness of her face. And after a few weeks of regular use, she noticed an improvement in old acne scars, reduced redness, and an overall glow. That seems to be the story for anyone who has added the stick to their skin care routine. Its red light therapy mixed with galvanic current, facial massage and therapeutic heat helps address all skin concerns, from wrinkles and fine lines to acne and dark circles. For $149 ($201 total), you can get the wand and a bottle of Renew Complex Activating Serum, which enhances the wand’s results. The stick alone also retails for $129.

Note: You may notice that Amazon is offering a bundle of Solawave Skin Care Sticks on sale at a significantly reduced price. While you’re welcome to take your chances, we’re extremely skeptical of too-good-to-be-true beauty tech pricing. We recommend purchasing Solawave products directly from the Solawave website. TL;DR: Be careful if you decide to make a deal on Amazon.

Best for spot treatment

Why we like it

While Bye Acne didn’t wow us like the skincare stick, it still has its uses. It might not be the best for persistent breakouts, but for treating spots, its red and blue light therapy might just be your new companion in reducing post-rash inflammation. When Mashable’s Bethany Allard tried it out firsthand, she found it would probably work best “for someone who regularly gets a nasty pimple or two and has cash to spare.” Although at 50% off, we’re more inclined to recommend the device to anyone looking for a little acne help.

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