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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Sigma Beauty Makeup Wholesaler Cleansing and Polishing Tool's Technical Tips


Place both of your thumbs as shown on the photo above and gently press the bottom thumb against the box and there you go..



From here, you can see that the battery compartment has a small knob (9 o'clock), just simply turn the knob clockwise to 12 o'clock, you would be able to open the battery compartment.

Upon succeeding in opening the battery compartment, you can see that the Cleansing and Polishing Tool uses 2 AA size batteries.

I would advise all of you to use a rechargeable battery for the Cleansing and Polishing Tool because rechargeable battery is reasonable in price and they definitely last longer than those disposable battery. The rechargeable battery I used here is by Sony's Eneloop, it is only SGD35 / RM84 / USD 28 for two rechargeable batteries with charger.

After placing the battery, cover the battery compartment easily by inserting the front part as shown above before pressing the cover down and turn back the knob anti-clockwise to 9 o'clock.


The Cleansing and Polishing Tool comes with 3 different heads. The white one (most left) has the hardest texture, pink and white head (middle) is softer than the white head and the pink head (most right) is the softest. The bristles of the toothbrush that we normally use is almost similar to the white colour head. So, you could roughly imagine how soft the pink colour head is.

First, hold the Cleansing and Polishing Tool with your right hand as shown above, having both the thumb and the middle finger holding to the side of the head (not the tool's body), the index finger is used to secure the tool in place. Then, use both your thumb and index finger of your left hand and reach in to the center of the head (the white clipper) as shown below.

Now, your left hand's thumb and index finger should be able to touch the center of the head. Squeeze the clipper as close to each other as possible and at the same time, use your right hand's thumb and middle finger to push the head out.

Pushing the head out with the thumb and middle finger of my right hand.

There you go!

  • Do not put the whole Cleansing and Polishing tool under running water to avoid having water sip into the motor of the rotating head and the battery compartment. It will badly affect the life span of both the tool and the battery. Also, you would easily make the metal parts (springs at the battery compartment, motor & etc) to become rusty.
  • If you want to wash the heads, best is to remove the head from the tool. Otherwise, just have the water running through the head part only. If you need to clean the tool, just use a wet cloth.
  • After washing, place the Cleansing and Polishing Tool with the heads face down to allow the heads to drip the water off. Do not place the Cleansing and Polishing Tool facing up or in standing position as facing up would make the water sip into the motor and standing would make the water to drip down to the battery compartment.
  • Do not remove the head by pulling. If you do notice, both the white clipper and brush head is made up of plastic. The head depends on the white clipper to spin. If you keep pulling the head out by force, both the white clipper and the brush head would wear off and soon, the white clipper would no longer be able to hold the heads.

Hope my info here could be some great help. Just follow this few simple tips and your Cleansing and Polishing Tool will definitely last longer. Enjoy~


  1. It must be so good.
    I want one.

  2. It's really not too bad if you want to remove the dead skin. =)