Cubit is a piece of wearable tech that makes it OK for you to put your smartphone away. Say it with us now… “it’s okay!” Coming in summer 2014, Cubit is a micro device that will keep you up to date on your social notifications, texts, and calls in real time so you don’t need to have your phone in your hand 24/7. Equipped with a touch screen, accelerometer, and open API for developers, the capabilities are endless for this adorable little gadget. Pledging now to buy a Cubit, you’re helping fund a Kickstarter project with your pre-order dollars, making Cubits more affordable and accessible to everyone down the road. Wear it as a watch or clipped on your bag and keep your phone tucked away safe. We all know wearable tech is the next big thing, so be the first of your friends to get one of these and capture of piece of the future and history at once. You heard it here first!
$49.00 for Early Birds on Kickstarter
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If there’s one skin issue I hate, it’s got to be acne. Acne sucks while you have it, and the leftover scarring is just as horrible. It’s something I’ve struggled with on and off again since I was about 12 years old, and I’m always trying the next best thing to stop it in its tracks. The Pulsar Blemish Clearing Device by Sirius Infusonic has two main ways it combats acne: first, using thermal energy (aka heat) to diminish inflamed pimples, and second, blue light technology to zap up leftover acne-causing bacteria trapped in your pore. It gives the zit a chance to deflate and the bacteria caught inside the pore to go away. This method shortens the lifetime of a pimple and greatly reduces the chance of scarring once it heals. This device is best geared toward people with mild to moderate acne which is music to my ears. And it will last you a long time, seeing as it doesn’t even need to be charged! This is definitely one of the more impressive and affordable skin care devices I just can’t wait to try out.
Sirius Pulsar Blemish Clearing Device
by Sirius Beauty
OMG buy me THIS.
Photo credit: Sirius
FTC Disclosure: This is a sponsored post brought to you by Sirius. While I was compensated for this post, all opinions expressed are my own.
Being the techie that I am, I’m always interested in learning about new beauty gadgets that hit the market. Sonic technology is a trend you see implemented in many skin care and personal hygiene tools, the most obvious examples being the Phillips Sonicare Toothbrush and Clarisonic Face Brushes. But did you know there are sonic infusion devices that can help your skin better absorb topical treatments? This Infusonic Sonic Infusion Device by Sirius uses this same technology to help your serums, creams, and other various lotions and potions sink into the skin better. This device helps your products penetrate the outermost layer of skin and even deeper, to promote a smoother and more even finish. What I love is that this device is gentle enough to use twice daily, and is suitable for all skin types. It wipes clean easily with a damp washcloth, and charges to a full battery in just two hours. A full charge runs about 50 minutes, so it actually lasts much longer between charges than many of the sonic devices out there. Sirius’s Infusonic uses five million sonic stimulations per second to gently massage products into the skin, which is way more effective than manually applying products with your fingers. If you’re into beauty gadgets, you’ve got to check this item out!
Sonic Infusion Device
by Sirius Infusonic
OMG buy me THIS.
Photo credit: Sirius Infusonic
FTC Disclosure: This is a sponsored post brought to you by Sirius Infusonic. While I was compensated for this post, all opinions expressed are my own.