The importance of effective cleansing in the beauty world has been growing and growing in the last few years and I think we’ve all agreed that our fingers just don’t give a good & deep enough cleanse anymore.
Clinique recently launched their brand new Sonic Purifying Facial Cleansing Brush and challenged me to try it for 10 days before giving my thoughts… so here we go!
The brush head contains 2 bristle types for targeted cleansing – the white bristles are softer for the more sensitive areas of the face & green bristles which are slanted & firmer for the hard to reach nooks & crannies (like around the nose and other contours).
The brush’s gentle ‘sonic’ vibrations help to remove an abundance of impurities that hand washing just simply doesn’t remove and my skin has been thanking me for it. After removing a lot of the rubbish (pollution dirt/heavy makeup, even sunscreen) my skin is settling and looks brighter and calmer than it did before. I’ve heard that many facial brushes give you spots for the first couple of weeks but I didn’t experience any new blemishes with this (a rarity for me)!
Clinique recommend starting using this daily for 30 seconds (it tells you when this time is up) and build up to 1 min twice daily. You can also use your favourite cleanser with it (I used my Mild Liquid Facial Wash for the challenge) and massage in circular motions on the cheeks, whilst option for an up&down motions on the T-Zone.
Things I love about this product is that it’s waterproof – making it super easy to reach for in the morning shower; it has a funky charger (if you get one you’ll see what I mean) which you can even charge by laptop, and it’s also pretty enough to take pride of place in my bathroom. Over all I’m really, really happy with this product and can’t wait to keep seeing the benefits!
Are you excited about Clinique’s latest innovation?
Click the link to learn more about the New Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush.
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