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Want to try celeb-favorite Solawave skincare gadgets? Save big with this BOGO offer.

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BOGO: As of Nov. 22, buy one Solawave skincare gadget, serum, or mask and get the second for free.

When it comes to the best beauty tech, there’s nothing cooler than a multipurpose gadget with several benefits for your skin. Solawave is a celebrity-favorite brand with tools that target fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes, and other skin concerns using red light therapy. If you’re ready to add another weapon to your anti-aging arsenal, you can take the plunge with a BOGO sale on the entirety of Solawave’s product line.

When you buy one Solawave wand, no matter which model you choose, you can get another at no cost. It’s usually $149 for a single Advanced Skincare Wand, which means with this BOGO deal, you can essentially snag one for just $75, the lowest price we’ve seen Solawave products on sale for. And the deal doesn’t end there: you can also grab Solawave-branded serums and sheet masks to enhance your new red light regimen as part of the same deal.

The Solawave Skincare Wand and Advanced Skincare Wand are intriguing prospects for those who want to try a new skincare routine. They both use red light therapy to help combat skin concerns like wrinkles, dark circles, blemishes, and other imperfections. These microcurrent tools offer warming, facial massage therapy that you implement by moving across your face for just minutes a day. And this sale makes their expensive price tags a bit more palatable.

But do they really work? According to Mashable reviewer RJ Andersen, the Solawave Advanced Skincare Wand does deliver noticeable results with continued use. After two weeks, they noticed marked improvements in puffiness, skin blemishes, and redness that made a convincing case for the device. Of course, your mileage may vary — as is always the case when it comes to skincare — but it may be worth seeing if these gadgets can work for you while you can get two for the price of one.

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