How to Pick the Right Cleansing Brush for Your Skin


Facial brush is one way to exfoliate the face. This special brush is designed for deep exfoliation and it can gently remove sweat, dirt, oils and even dead skin cells without damaging the necessary layers in your skin.

While many beauty products don’t live up to their hype, electronic cleansing brushes have won the praises of many dermatologists and researchers. Studies have shown that these brushes have effectively banishes impurities while increasing blood circulation under the skin. According to skin experts, electronic facial brushes can also give you a cleaner skin, as this high-powered beauty tool featuring vibrating heads can reduce blackheads and dislodge more makeup and grime than hands or a washcloth.

The result? The skin can breathe much better and therefore will become more healthy and also provides face skin tone a clean shining appearance. Now, before you splurge on a Clarisonic, you need to pick the right brush for your skin.

Oily Skin and Large Pores

The Clarisonic is suitable for you because of its large brush.

Clarisonic Mia 2 Sonic Skin Cleansing System, $150

Normal Skin

Pick any brush head for normal skin.

Philips Visapure Facial Cleaning Brush, $185

Sisley by Sisley: Gentle brush for Face and Neck, $21.79

Combination Skin

Choose a brush with softer bristles and a device with fewer oscillations or movements to avoid further irritation. If you have a bad case of acne, do not use a cleansing brush.

Etude House Wonder Pore Brush, $1.45

Sensitive Skin

Opt for brushes with softer bristles. If you use an electronic brush, choose the lower speed setting for a gentler cleanse.

Olay Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System, $18.99

Shiseido ‘The Skincare’ Cleansing Massage Brush, $34.49

If you have already own one of these sophisticated beauty tool, we would like to hear your experience in the comments below.

Not sure how to use the tool, learn how to use electronic cleansing brushes here.




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