Cleansing is one the basics of skincare, and is essential for clean and healthy skin. Cleansing is a necessity as it really takes off th...
Cleansing is one the basics of skincare, and is essential for clean and healthy skin. Cleansing is a necessity as it really takes off the gunk and dirt from the face after a long day, and leaves the skin smooth and supple.
Basic cleansing can be done at home, or you could visit the spa once in a while to get deep cleansing done and to rejuvenate your skin.
There are quite a lot of products for cleansing available in the market ranging from creams and scrubs to cleansing towels and brushes.
On one of the recent sales at The Body Shop, I picked up the Super Soft Cleansing Brush and decided to try it out.
My eyes have been on the Clairasonic Mia since ages, but it's honestly too much for the pocket, and other brands rarely offer quality products for the face.
What attracted me to purchase The Body Shop Super Soft Cleansing Brush were the incredibly soft bristles which I knew would not be harsh on my sensitive skin, and also the simple minimalistic packaging which screamed 'all natural'.
The Body Shop, known for its cruelty free products, claims that this cleansing brush is designed with 350,000 silky soft fibres that are so fine they can target even the most difficult areas to reach.
The brands also claims that it is incredibly effective and ultra-kind to the skin, lifts stubborn impurities, cleanses the skin, removes makeup and boosts circulation with massage.
The Body Shop Super Soft Cleansing Brush can be use with your regular cleanser, face wash or facial scrub.
From what I have experienced this facial brush gently exfoliates the skin, leaving it soft and smooth along with unclogging pores.
Instructions to use this brush are printed on the transparent box that this brush comes into. The bristles first need to be wet then the cleanser has to be put onto it.
On damp skin start with using the brush in circular motions on your cheeks. The bristles are quite soft, and the brush seems to glide on the skin.
Move on to the T-zone, the eyelids and then down the neck. Wash off and pat dry the skin.
At first my skin felt a bit red, but after a few minutes I could really notice the difference. My skin glowed and was squeaky clean.
For a £10 product, it does not make a hole in the pocket, and can easily become a part of your regular cleansing routine.
I have dubbed my Super Soft Cleansing Brush as 'the budget-friendly Clairasonic Mia', and religiously use it in my skin care routine.
It's an inexpensive alternate to all high-end cleansing tools available in the market, works well and gives perfect results in no time.
If you are looking for a good cleansing tool, The Body Shop Super Soft Cleansing Brush might be your answer.