I recently received the Michael Todd Beauty Sonic Eraser Pro, which in my opinion, is basically a magical anti-aging wand in the form of advanced (but very user friendly) technology.

You all know how invested I am in taking care of my body AND my dedicated commitment to slowing down the aging process as much as possible. :) So this little magical device, was right up my alley. I had to have it.

Ok enough about me, let’s talk about this miraculous device now!

Anti-Aging Wand


The Sonic Eraser Pro uses Triplex Infusion Technology, which is sonic, ionic, and thermal energy that works together to help open the pores and absorb more of and the anti-aging product deeper into the skin layers where they are more effective.

The Triplex Infusion Technology provides anti-aging results and improves these three areas:





Despite all of these technical terms, this is actually super easy to use. All you have to do to use it is to dock it for charging and then the motion sensor will kick in when it is pressed up against your skin. Follow these steps for a fool proof treatment.

1) Fully charge it

2) Wash and dry your face

3) Apply anti-aging product to the area being treated or the head of the device

4) Apply the device to the area being treated (it will turn on automatically)

5) Use circular motions on the area until the serum/product is absorbed

6) Use a towel to wipe off device head when finished.

7) Place device back on charging dock

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I used my Sonic Eraser Pro over my pesky forehead wrinkles, my #11’s (inner brow), and around the outter areas of my eyes. After 3 treatments I could see the difference in firmness and fine lines disappearing. Can we say winning?!

I definitely recommend making sure that you are using a good anti-aging product with the Sonic Eraser Pro to optimize the benefits. I have been using my doTERRA Tightening Serum and Anti-Aging Moisturizer with it, and am super pleased with the results.

My one complaint is the charging dock. I wish it was battery operated rather than using an electrical cord. I have way too many devices requiring electrical outlets in my bathroom. Does anyone else suffer from this problem?!