Kendall Jenner Reveals She Uses Cheap Icy Facial Gadget, Contour Cube, In Her Skin Care Routine

An affordable beauty gadget made by a small Australian company has become part of supermodel Kendall Jenner’s skin care routine.

Sarah Forrai, 30, launched her Contour Cube last year from her Sydney apartment to give women a facial icing tool for “healthy, glowing skin”.

The entrepreneur recently woke up to find that Kardashian’s half-sister was raving about the $34.95 item on her Instagram story with the caption: “Love this tool for my frozen skin care morning faces”.

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He sold $25,000 worth of products within two weeks of posting to Kendal.

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Model Kendall Jenner has given an unexpected endorsement to an affordable Australian beauty gadget, the Contour Cube created by Sydney businesswoman Sarah Forrai (pictured)

Jenner (pictured) is open about her acne struggles and is picky about what she uses to keep her complexion flawless

Sarah and her team were inundated with orders after Jenner posted about the Contour Cube and worked ‘day and night’ to keep up with demand.

Jenner is open about her struggles with acne and is picky about what she uses to keep her complexion flawless.

‘Ouissss!!!! Kendall knows something good when she sees it!’ wrote a fan on Instagram.

The model joins actresses Sydney Sweeny and Shay Mitchell as fans of the Australian-made device.

Sarah and her team worked “day and night” to keep up with demand as orders for the Cube Contour poured in.

The entrepreneur is no stranger to success after launching the brand and promoting the product on TikTok, he managed to generate more than $20,000 in the first two weeks

BENEFITS OF FACIAL ICE

Proponents of the icy facial, or “skin icing,” suggest it can be used to:

  • Eliminate swelling, especially around the eyes
  • Reduce oiliness
  • acne relief
  • Sunburn relief
  • Reduce swelling and inflammation, including rashes and insect bites
  • Reduce signs of aging, such as wrinkles
  • Enhance the healthy glow of the skin

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The entrepreneur is no stranger to success after launching the brand and promoting the product on TikTok, he managed to generate over $20,000 in the first two weeks while working full-time on a business.

Contour Cube is an innovative product that uses cold therapy and facial icing to tighten pores, reduce oiliness, relieve acne, provide visible firmness and reduce the appearance of pigmentation or dark circles under in the eye. .

“After struggling with slippery ice cubes and cold fingers, I needed something to grip the ice easily and protect my hands,” Sarah previously told FEMAIL.

Contour Cube is an innovative product that uses cold therapy and facial icing to tighten pores, reduce oiliness, relieve acne, provide visible firmness and reduce the appearance of pigmentation or dark circles under in the eye. .

The $34.95 product (pictured) is specially designed to protect your hands from the freezing cold and smoothly runs along the contours of your face.

“I looked everywhere but no luck, so I decided to design my own facial beautifying device from scratch with the help of my trusty 3D printer.”

The face icing tool sold out within days of its launch, powered by branded TikTok videos that went viral with over 25 million views.

The $34.95 product is specially designed to protect your hands from the freezing cold and glide smoothly over your face.

The facial icing tool sold out within days of its launch, thanks to the brand’s TikTok videos going viral with over 25 million views.

To use, simply clip the two ends of the cube, fill it with water from the hole below, and place it in the freezer to harden.

Then, remove the lid and after cleansing your face, swipe the Contour Cube ice on your skin in 30 second intervals for two minutes.

Rose water, green tea, coconut milk, aloe vera, lemon water, and cucumber water can also be used instead of plain water.

Sarah moved from Hong Kong to Australia when she was 12 years old and says living abroad exposed her to the latest creative innovations, fueling her entrepreneurial spirit.

“After struggling with slippery ice cubes and cold fingers, I needed something to grip the ice easily and protect my hands,” Sarah told FEMAIL.

Sarah (left) moved from Hong Kong to Australia aged 12 and says living abroad exposed her to the latest creative innovations, fueling her entrepreneurial spirit.

But it was his beloved mom who played the role of inspiration behind the Contour Cube.

“My mom swears by the icy facial, her best-kept secret for her youthful complexion and she recommended it to me,” says Sarah.

“Following her advice, I began my journey of facial icing which quickly became my favorite instant wake up call in the morning.”

The smart product has been well received by customers across Australia and around the world, receiving five-star reviews on the brand’s website.

Rose water, green tea, coconut milk, aloe vera, lemon water and cucumber water can also be used instead of plain water.

The smart product has been well received by customers across Australia and around the world, receiving five-star reviews on the brand’s website.

“Exactly what I need to freeze my breakouts. The Contour Cube saves me time because I can contour multiple areas of my face at once, and as a bonus, my hands aren’t cold! a woman wrote.

‘Best money I ever spent buying! I love my contour cube!’ another added.

‘I love this product! It makes frozen facials so easy and I plan on buying a few more. Do yourself a favor and get two early. You won’t regret it,” added a third.

On TikTok, the Contour Cube attracted more than 147,000 likes, many of whom called the product a “game changer”.

How to use the contour cube

After cleansing your face, run your Contour Cube under water to dissolve a little

Apply to your face in a circular upward motion moving the ice continuously in 30 second intervals for up to 1-2 minutes on each side of your face

For best results, follow your usual moisturizing routine

Avoid contact with eyes and if you have sensitive skin, stop using if there are signs of irritation.

Source: Contour Cube

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