For the past month, i’ve been really enjoying using the Mary Kay Skinvigorate Cleansing Brush. I had thought about getting a Clarisonic for the longest time (mainly due to the hype); but wasn’t keen on spending that amount of money on what could be just a gimmick and do nothing for my skin or cleansing routine. The Skinvigorate Cleansing Brush (£35) from Mary Kay is basically the same idea as a Clarisonic; but for a quarter of the price, and i’m really happy with it.
It is a two-speed power brush which gently massages the skin. The brush bristles allow for a deep clean, and helps to easily remove dirt, make-up and residue from the skin too. It also preps skin for maximum absorption of the next step in your skincare routine- likely your serum.
I’ve found that it makes my skin feel cleaner and smoother than it ever has before with any other cleansing method, exfoliating product or mask and I can’t believe that I didn’t start using a powered cleansing brush sooner. If you have been thinking about a Clarisonic or one of the other more expensive brushes, i’d thoroughly recommend that you try this one from Mary Kay instead as it will really help your skin and your wallet.
I’ve been using the Mary Kay Skinvigorate Cleansing Brush with the Mary Kay TimeWise 3-In-1 Cleanser (£20). This is an age-fighting cleanser that is suitable for those with sensitive skin, and it offers a whopping eleven age-defying benefits- it cleanses, exfoliates, freshens, hydrates, smooths, firms, softens, protects, energises, rebuilds and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for a younger-looking you. It is a cream-based cleanser that contains small cleansing beads for daily exfoliation. The smell is pleasant but not identifiable. It’s not my favourite cleanser in the world- there are many that I would re-purchase before trying this one again; but it does its job in a simple and non-luxurious way.
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