If you aren't using a sonic cleansing brush what are you waiting for? I got to test out the new Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush for the past few months and it's delightful and well-priced. Here's what we love...
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The anti-microbial brush is waterproof--so feel free to use it in the shower, I did and it was lovely. The brush comes with a 2-year warranty. For me, once a day cleansing was perfect.
You can use any cleanser with the brush. They recommend a foaming one, but I tried my creamy cleansers too and they worked great and the price is right--$89.50. How about this as a graduation gift?
To use the cleanser, first remover your makeup. Then put your favorite cleanser on the brush. I tried the Clinique foaming cleanser (it worked well, but I didn't care for the smell. It smelled strongly of petroleum). Massage your face with the brush in a circular motion for 15 seconds on cheeks using white bristles. There is no need to apply pressure, the brushes motion does all the work. Then massage in up-and-down motion for 15 seconds combined on T-Zone using green bristles. Rinse your face and them and pat dry. Finish with your favorite moisturizer. Be sure to rinse brush head after each use.
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