Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Purasonic Facial Cleansing Brush Trial & Review

A few weeks ago I was contacted by the team at Beauty Directory to see if I'd like to trial a facial cleansing brush.  To be honest I've always thought these things were quite gimmicky and have never once been tempted to buy one but I thought it wouldn't hurt to give it a go and form an educated opinion...

The Purasonic Facial Cleansing Brush claims to.....

"use a gentle sonic micro-massage action to literally shake away dirt, debris and make-up to cleanse deeply. Dislodging impurities keeps your skin clean preventing clogged pores and blackheads from developing, leaving your skin smoother, feeling healthier and looking its radiant best."

The cleansing brush uses oscillating technology and the brush has over 300 movements per second.  It features 3 speeds, a timer program that makes it easy to know when to move to a different part of your face (20 seconds on forehead, 20 seconds on chin and nose, 20 seconds on cheeks) and the charge lasts for 3 to 4 weeks before needing to be recharged.  But in my opinion the best feature this cleansing brush has is that it's completely waterproof.

Enough about the boring stuff, I'm sure you all want to know if it's any good.  I've been using this every night for the last 3 to 4 weeks to remove the days makeup and cleanse my skin.  I remove my eye makeup with makeup remover, stick some face cleanser all over my face, wet the brush and get started.  I don't follow the timer rules as such, I spend more time on my neck and chin as that's where I have a congestion issue but I do find the timer useful so I don't spend too long on one area.  The Purasonic Cleansing Brush removes all my makeup with ease, there's never a trace left and always leaves my skin feeling super soft and clean.  My skin leans toward the more sensitive side but I can use this every night with no hint of an irritation.  Over time I've definitely noticed my skin has become clearer and smoother and although I wouldn't say it was a massive improvement it's enough to keep me using it.  Overall I was really impressed with this.  I find it a lot more effective than just water and face cleanser and I feel confident knowing I'm going to bed with no trace of makeup left on my skin.

The Purasonic Facial Cleansing Brush retails for $99.  I have the colour Lovely Lilac but it does come in three other shades.  It's available in quite a few different stores (Target, David Jones etc) and is also available direct at www.purasonic.com.au

Kayte xx

*This item was provided to me for the purpose of trial and review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own as per my disclosure policy

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