FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SILISONIC, THE FUTURE OF FACIAL CLEANSING
The creators of SiliSonic announce that the Celery crowdfunding
campaign for their silicone facial cleansing/massaging brush is up and running!
United States – October 21 2015: The noted esthetician Shelly Floyd announced earlier this week that they are well on the way to bringing SiliSonic to market using Celery crowdfunding. SiliSonic was designed by Shelly as the first sonic facial brush with interchangeable silicone brush heads.
The SiliSonic functions as a sonic silicone facial cleanser and massager that is battery operated and simple to use. The device is small, compact, and can easily fit into most cosmetic cases or purses. It features a one-touch power button and comes with interchangeable heads. It is ergonomic to the touch and is designed to feel both natural and comfortable. Most importantly, the SiliSonic is beneficial for all skin types and is safe to use daily. It provides a radiant complexion while remaining gentle enough for daily use.
“As an aesthetician, I know the importance of having a good skin care regimen.” said Shelly Floyd. “It all starts with a proper cleansing to remove impurities, dirt, oil, and makeup. The next step is massaging facial skin in order to increase blood flow and remove lymphatic toxins. The SiliSonic can help prep the skin before receiving treatments, serums, moisturizers, and masks. It also provides a deep skin cleanse which helps make skin a more even color, provides a natural glow, and minimizes the appearance of large pores.”
In order to help offset some of the costs associated with producing this innovative silicone sonic facial brush, Shelly Floyd has launched a Celery crowdfunding campaign. With the support of the public, Shelly hopes to reach her goal of $27,000. The price of SiliSonic is a very resonable $49.99. That is 50% less than most of her competitors. SiliSonic offers an affordable sonic brush that gives the same or better results without a higher cost.
The SiliSonic prototype model has already proven to be a great success among Shelly’s clients. Several of them have remarked that the facial brush gave them better looking skin and it helped to clear their rosacea. Once the goal of the campaign is met, Shelly Floyd will begin the product production process. She hopes to release the official models by March 2016.
To make a donation towards the production of the SiliSonic Facial Brush, visit SiliSonic directly at www.silisonic.com
To find out more information about SiliSonic and Shelly Floyd, visit the company’s website at www.silisonic.com
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