The Kinga Nano Ionic Facial Steamer is simple to use. It comes with a User Guide, which is easy to read, with plenty of diagrams. You just follow the directions, making sure that you do not use tap water, and also place it on a flat surface, away from sinks/basins. I prefer to use it in my bedroom, rather than a bathroom.
It streams within 30 seconds, give a constant mist, and lasts around ten minutes. You can feel it in the pores of your face, and it also opens up sinuses. I do use a cleanser every day, but like to really do a deep clean with this product often.
The Facial Steamer replaces mud packs, and exfoliates your skin too. All you have to do is use your toner, and moisturizer afterwards.
If you don’t have a humidifier, then you can use the Kinga for this. However, it only does a temporary job, as my humidifiers work for several hours.
I received this product for free, for an honest, and unbiased review.
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