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The $6 Skincare Gadget That’s Going to Save You a Ton of Money

It has legions of fans, and yes, you need it.

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What ever could this gadget be? A tiny salad spinner? A strange coffee press? An air pump?

Well, no. It’s a Korean beauty tool that, literally, whips your cleanser into a light foam. And yes, you’re going to love it.

What is this thing?!

First off, Nooni Marshmallow Whip Maker, $6, is millennial pink, so it’s already trending on the color alone. But its main purpose is instantly transforming any facial cleanser into a fluffy cloud of foam.

How does it work?

Squeeze a pearl-sized amount of any cleanser (even powder cleansers) onto the punch pad, add water, and pump up and down to cause air to incorporate with the cleanser until it’s whipped to the point that it’s light as a cloud (about 10 seconds). The whipped texture is comprised of micro bubbles that create a super-soft lather that doesn’t pull on the skin, yet dissolves makeup and impurities easily.

Why would I ever need that?

Well, it’s $6, so you can’t go wrong.

But it’s perfect for sensitive skin because the marshmallow foam lather is less irritating to skin, making it a more gentle option, but still just as powerful at cleansing.

Most importantly though, you only ever need to use a pearl-sized amount of cleanser, so it’s going to save you a lot of money by not wasting and letting excess product go, literally, down the drain.

What can’t it do?

Spin your salad or make your coffee, but everything else, yep. It’s your answer to soft, clean, balanced skin.

And at $6, you’ve probably paid more (begrudgingly) for a Matcha latte lately.

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Kristin Limoges

Writer/Editor

Kristin can usually be found face, hair, and body masking simultaneously, while thinking-up clever DIYs for her small-space Chinatown apartment. She’s always on the search for the greatest and most life-changing beauty and wellness hacks (hello nootropics and adaptogens) and is happy to report she loves dogs and cats equally.

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