You Must Own This New Skincare Tool ASAP!

This post is sponsored by Renew Lab. FabOverFifty is pleased to have its support and to bring you news of Sonulase, its exciting new skin care device.

Any woman who uses a sonic facial cleansing brush will rave about how great it makes her skin look and feel. She won’t wash her face any other way. UNTIL NOW!


Sonulase, the beauty industry’s ONLY facial cleansing brush incorporating innovative red-light therapy to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and age spots, is just now hitting the market. Cleared for use by the FDA, it promises to quickly become the standard by which all other facial cleansers are measured. As a matter of fact, Sonulase already is giving big brands like Clarisonic big reason to worry.  

The game-changing device comes from Renew Lab, an LA-based company known for developing devices for the professional skin care market and adapting them for home use.  Inventor Jonathan David and his team also developed Crystalift, the world’s first at-home crystal and vacuum microdermabrasion system

“The Sonulase deep-penetrating, red light technology stimulates production of collagen, the essential structural protein that keeps skin firm, youthful and radiant looking,” explains David. At the same time, the gentle–yet deep cleaning–exfoliating brush removes impurities and smoothes away surface imperfections. What’s more, this super ‘intelligent’ brush also cleans itself with a bacteria-fighting ultraviolet light each time it’s put back on the charger, This is the same light used to clean dental and surgical instruments. How smart is that!


While other devices may work well to simply cleanse the skin, they do nothing to diminish the fine lines and wrinkles that inevitably start appearing as a woman’s collagen production stops in her 20s!  By bringing clinically proven, red-light therapy to the $10.7 billion skin care device category, Sonulase promises to become the market leader in 2016 as women retire their old cleansers in favor of this exciting device.

“Sonulase is a technological evolution of the skin brushes we’ve been recommending for years,” said Dr. Douglas Mest, a renowned California-based physician specializing in aesthetic medicine. “The device’s clinically proven, anti-aging  technology helps skin look younger and more radiant by delivering targeted red light and exfoliation to reduce lines and wrinkles.”

Used prior to applying one of the superior topical beauty products available today, Sonulase will do for aging skin what no other home facial cleanser has been able to do. It will rejuvenate it in ways only injections like  Botox could accomplish before! Adding new colors to facial cleansers makes them look pretty, but adding proven red light technology creates a must- have beauty device for all women!

Renew Lab’s clinical studies support every one of it claims about Sonulase. Participants in a 6-to-8 week study were “instantly satisfied” with the device’s cleansing and exfoliating abilities, as well as its power to provide the “deeper benefit” of wrinkle reduction.

FabOverFifty is delighted that Sonulase has selected our website to introduce its dramatic product to women across the country. And, as an FOF VIP, you get the exclusive ability to buy Sonulase for $50 off the regular price! Enter code FAB50 at checkout to receive this special discount.

to order the best present for your skin in 2016.

Renew Lab is so sure you’ll love Sonulase, it’s offering a 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!

0 Responses to “You Must Own This New Skincare Tool ASAP!”

  1. Liz says:

    I am a licensed Master Esthetician with over 25 years experience, and I can tell you that these ” wonder tools” are a gimmick. By FDA standards (we all know they don’t account for much) they can make their claims, however, the truth is that there is NO therapeutic benefit to these hand held devices since they are not strong enough. The same goes for the at home “micro” machines. At the very least you are wasting your money, and at the worst aging your skin faster than necessary. These devices can not replace A LICENSED, EDUCATED ESTHETICIAN who has the same devices at her practice. She is extensively schooled and practiced at these treatments and her equipment is medical grade.

    • GeriFOF says:

      Hello, Liz, We appreciate your defense of your profession. However, your comments about these at-home devices are simply not factual. These devices are not “gimmicks” and they, in fact, do offer therapeutic benefits. INDEPENDENT clinical with hundreds of women support these claims. Another fact: The company that developed this new unit, Sonulase, develops medical grade units for doctors and estheticians and applied the same technology for at-home units.

      You say these units are “aging your skin faster than necessary,” another error. First, if they don’t do a thing, as you claim, how can they age your skin? Using perfumed soaps with common washcloths age your skin. Sonulase, however, (when used with quality skin cleansers) gently exfoliates your skin, and the red-light features stimulates the collagen to reduce wrinkles, lines and age spots.

      Secondly, at $199, a device like Sonulase is WELL WORTH it for what it does for your skin on a daily basis. Not every woman can afford to go to a master esthetician to have skin treatments, but women want to do the best they can for their skin. And those who can afford treatments with master estheticians use devices like this between treatments since they’re not having professional treatments every day or week.

      Beauty science is becoming more and more sophisticated every year, a clear response to members of the boomer generation of women, who are looking for ways to help them look the best they can.

      Thirdly, the creators of Sonulase are not looking to REPLACE master estheticians, nor are devices such as Sonulase medical grade. The new generation of devices are, however, is designed to give women tools to make their skin look great AT HOME AND FOR A GREAT VALUE.

      Fourthly, Sonulase offers a 30-day money back guarantee. If it doesn’t work the way she thinks it should, a woman is not losing a thing.

      And. last of all, at-home skin care machines are selling incredibly well, year in and year out. The beauty editor of Women’s Wear Daily reported that they represent the tremendous growth for the beauty industry.

      We continue to wish you worlds of success in your profession. Sonulase doesn’t replace your job any more than dental floss and electric toothbrushes replace the job of dental hygienists or at home foot massagers and massage chairs replace the job of massage therapists.

      Geri Brin


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