I started using the Infotone Face Mist about 10-12 weeks ago. A friend of mine who works for an advertising agency asked me if I’d like to give it a look. It was eco-friendly (because it can be reused so many times) and 100% natural. She’d been using it for months, and was thrilled with the way her skin was looking. I was intrigued, and said yes.
To be clear, I recieved two bottles of Infotone from the company to try for this review.
So What Did I Think?
When I first got it, I have to admit I was skeptical. I mean, it’s a jar of water with a ceramic ball inside. My first thought was that this was a gimmick. I mean, it just looks like one, you know? Were people really going to pay $34.95 for a jar of water and a ceramic ball?
On the other hand, my friend had never sent me anything bad. She loved the stuff. So, I decided to give it a try.
I’ll tell you this now: it’s not a gimmick. The stuff works. Within 2-3 weeks I began to notice some real changes in my skin. The overall tone looked better, the redness around my acne disappeared, and the fine wrinkles around my eyes seemed less noticeable. Not a lot, but a bit.
Now, the changes were slow and subtle, but after using this stuff for several months (and beginning my other natural skin care regime a few weeks ago) I’m definitely seeing positive changes. My face just looks healthier.
What It Is, and How It Works
Infotone Face Mist is meant to be sprayed in your face after cleansing, and before moisturizing. You spray it on until it beads, wait a few minutes, and then pat dry. I usually just leave mine on the entire time.
The company is a bit secretive about how Infotone really works. They do say that the little ceramic ball in Infotone uses their BioT Bioinformation Technology, which enhances the water with several skin activating compounds (like Squalene, Phytoncide, and Vitamin C).
What happens? Well, after using it several weeks your skin starts to glow and look healthier. It’s more hydrated and less dry, pigmentation is better, acne heals quicker, and it’s more firm and supple.
Now, all of those changes didn’t happen to me. I’d imagine it’s a bit different for everyone. But I did notice my skin looked less “ashy” from the long winter. The fine lines around my eyes seemed a bit less noticeable. And my acne did seem to be healing quicker. I’ve only been using Infotone in the mornings, however. I imagine if I used it during the afternoon, and in the evening as well, I might see more results.
Infotone is also designed to eliminate two common skin parasites, Demodex folliculorum and brevis skin mites (present in 50% of adult and 67% of the elderly), that is often responsible for blemishes and irritated skin.
Why Infotone is Green
What I like best about this product is that you can reuse it. Once you’ve sprayed out all the water you simply refill it will pure, oxidized water (from approved sources, which you can find on their site here) and wait 20 minutes. Then, Infotone is ready to use again. You can keep refilling and reusing Infotone for one year.
Enter to Win!
Want to try Infotone for yourself?
The company has kindly agreed to give 5 Winners a free bottle of Infotone! Whoo-HOO!
Here’s how to enter:
1. Contest Will Run from Tuesday, 3/22 through Friday, 3/25.
2. To Enter, simply leave a comment on this post saying why you’d like to win a bottle of Infotone.
3. On Monday, 3/28, I’ll randomly pick 5 winners using Random.org.
Good luck everyone!