10 October 2016

Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush: Seven Reasons To Give It A Go

Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush
On my nails: Bronze Aztec by YSL, shown here. 
Clinique launched its first cleansing brush a couple of years back and I have been using it off and on ever since. Quietly and with no fanfare it has crept its way into my favour and my daily routine and now, I wouldn’t be without it. Here are seven reasons I really, really like it - and think you might like it too:
  1. It’s gentle while still being very effective, and the brush heads I’ve tried have all been super soft. (I'm using the City Block purifying brush head right now). 
  2. The brush head is split into two sections: one to declog pores around the t-zone (the darker section in the photo above), and the other to use everywhere else.  
  3. It’s waterproof, so you can use it in the shower, which is nice and convenient. 
  4. It’s so simple to use: there’s just one setting and it shuts off after 30 seconds.
  5. The design is clean and simple, and it looks good perched on the edge of my sink; it’s easy to transport, too.  It fits nicely in the hand but also lies flat to dry. 
  6. My skin feels great after using it and I've had no issues with breakouts or sensitivity.
  7. It’s well priced compared to other sonic cleansing brushes like the Clarisonic (although the technology won’t be the same; Clarisonic’s is patented, as I found out in conversation with its co-founder, Dr Robb). 
If you've tried this I'd love to know your thoughts!

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