Comper claims the Smarkin uses "RF, EMS, MASS and LED technology" to first assess and then treat your skin. Specifically, it's supposed to be able to firm skin, remove fatty cells and reduce acne and other skin irritations.
Use the Smarkin's related app, Comper Health, to view details about your skin.
It looks similar to a Clarisonic face brush and makes big claims about its ability to treat a wide range of skin conditions. Frankly, I'm skeptical, but we'll just have to see for ourselves.
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