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Has anyone made an "I bought every device in my local drugstore's skincare aisle and all I got was this lousy skin" t-shirt yet?
Look, we get it: There are a million skincare products on the market, all of which claim to somehow clean your face differently from the ones that proceeded them. And let's face it: most of the time, they don't deliver. The good news? There's actually a product on the market that might just change your beauty routine for good.
After struggling with multiple health issues and looking for relief, former finance executive Kathy Chou found her calling when she invented the Kairetool, a skincare tool that's become the toast of the beauty industry.
Designed to help ease muscle tension, boost circulation, reduce cellulite, and sculpt skin when used to deliver a gentle massage, the Kairetool was named best skincare tool at the International Business Expo and has been flying off the shelves since it hit the market. And unlike those plastic devices that break over time, the Kairetool is made of surgical-grade stainless steel, meaning you won't only want to use it forever, you'll be able to.
"I wanted to create a product that makes a difference in the world," says Chou of her inspiration behind the product. "The Kairetool is a solution that actually works."
Luckily, you don't have to wait behind a proverbial velvet rope to get your hands on one. Despite selling out at Urban Outfitters, Free People, and on Amazon, Best Life readers can use code BL15 to get their very own Kairetool for 15 percent off. And while it may make a perfect present, with a discount this good, you don't have to feel the least bit guilty about scooping up one for yourself.
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