Top positive review
Totally recommend for acne sufferers
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 July 2019
I never writer product reviews for Amazon. I’m too lazy. But this facial cleansing brush is impressed me so much I’m writing one now.
Background: I’m 37 and have suffered with adult acne since my early 20s. I’ve had all sort of medication for this but I still get flare ups that last for months. Big red patches of ugliness on my face that mean I will not leave the house without make-up.
I use an excellent skincare line and have always taken care of my skin with gentle cleansers, exfoliation, serums and moisturisers.
I’ve been meaning to invest in a brush like this for ages and I finally got around to ordering this one, figuring that I’d buy a cheap one to see if I liked it then invest in a more expensive version later.
I’m astounded by the difference it’s made. In just 3 days using with my existing cleansers the visible fading of my current acne break out is incredible. The redness and “angry” appearance of the skin has calmed down and the texture is much flatter and softer. My acne gets very dry and flaky, but the area actually feels quite soft now and any remaining acne will be covered easily.
I’m going on holiday in two weeks and wasn’t feeling great about giving makeup-free by the pool/at the beach, but now I think I’ll be comfortable!
I definitely recommend this product for acne sufferers. The difference brush heads are great.
Sponge head: ideal if you have very fragile break outs (mine tend to blend when really dry) so this is a good option for gentle cleansing
Brush heads: these really work to lift those under-the-skin bumps and for general cleansing.
Exfoliating head - this is actually pretty gentle providing you don’t press too hard and I think this is what’s helped most with making the acne break out area smoother and softer
Pumice head - takes time to work, but it does smooth hard skin on my feet nicely if you’re patient with it.
Totally recommend. I’m thrilled with the result so far. I only wish I could should you a before and after b