Sonic Facial Brush

R 250.00   R 450.00

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 The 1st step to good skin is Cleansing, before applying any topical skincare products.

With skin congestion at a rise, due to the surgical mask, the weather, and an increase in stress,  a need for extra cleansing care is imperative. That is where a facial Cleansing Device comes in.

This waterproof tool ensures your skin gets a deep cleanse with a mild exfoliation to get rid of impurities and dead skin cells.

With massaging effects that increase blood circulation and a boost in cell turnover, your beauty products to penetrate deeper into your skin.


    This silicone brush is resistant to bacteria buildup, making it up to 35x more hygienic than standard sonic cleansing brushes.

    The brush uses Sonic technology that channels pulsations to gently remove dead skin cells, as well as unclog pores of 99.5% of dirt and oil, and 98.5% of makeup residue.

    Sonic Cleansing Brush, waterproof and includes a USB charger.

    How to use it:

    1. Wash your hands                 
    2. Pump cleanser and lather on face
    3.  Precleanse your face, ensure your face is wet. 
    4.  Then apply your facial cleanser evenly on your face or you can apply your facial cleanser on your cleansing brush.
    5.  Then start cleansing your face in a circular motion using your facial cleansing brush for 30 - 60 seconds, concentrate on T-zone area, oily, congested areas.
    6.  Rinse your face using clean water and towel off using a clean towel.
    7. You can commence with your skincare routine.
    8. Use the brush in the evenings.

     

    Note:

    • Do not use for too long, avoid irritations such as redness. 1 minute is just ok for the cleansing duration. And while gliding the facial cleansing brush across your face do that with ease and gently. Do not add pressure.
    • Overuse of face cleansing brushes can lead to broken capillaries, excessive dryness, irritation, redness, and sensitivity. If these warning signs occur, it is important to stop or alter your usage immediately.
    • Ensure you wash your brush after usage, this is to maintain clean hygiene and disinfect it. You can cleanse your brush by washing the bristles under running water using soap. You can as well soak the bristles in alcohol for 2-5 minutes to kill any residual bacteria.
    • Make sure you allow it to dry before storing.
    • Your brush head should be changed at least every three months.
    • Caution: Do not share your facial cleansing brush with anyone. Just like you shouldn’t share your makeup brushes or your toothbrush, your facial cleansing device should also be considered a personal item. You and your friend can spread bacteria between the two of you if you use the same brush.

    Contra -indications,

    There are a few conditions that facial brushing will irritate:

    • Skin that just had microdermabrasion,
    • Cuts or lacerations.
    • Skin that just had a micro-needling treatment.
    • Chronic skin conditions like rosacea, psoriasis, or eczema.
    • Thin skin.
    • Sunburned skin.

     

    Your skin type will determine how frequently you can use the device

    Guideline: Please listen to your skin needs, stress, diet, hormones, weather all impact on skin condition so when using a home device do not overuse, reduce if skin becomes sensitive.

    Normal Skin

    1st week -  Every 2nd night

    2nd week - Every night

    3rd week - Every  2nd night

    4th week -  2 x week

    5th week – 1 x week

    Thereafter 1 x week if your skin feels congested can increase use or start the program again.

    Oily Skin

    1st week -  Every 2nd night

    2nd week - Every night

    3rd week - Every  2nd night

    4th week -  3  x week

    5th week – 3 x week

    6th week – 2 x week

    Thereafter 2 x week, if your skin feels congested, can increase use or start the program again.

    Combination Skin

    1st week -  Every 2nd night

    2nd week - Every night

    3rd week - Every  2nd night

    4th week -  3  x week

    5th week – 2 x week

    Thereafter 2 x week, if your skin feels congested, can increase use or start the program again.


    Dry / Sensitive Skin

    1st week – Every 4th night

     2nd week – Every 4th night

     3rd week – Every 3rd night

    4th week -  Every 4th night

     

    Tips:

    • Washing is necessary after getting up in the morning, to remove excess oil from the face.                                                                                                     
    • Evening Cleansing is extremely necessary to remove the build-up of dirt and sweat accumulated throughout the day. Our skin repairs restore and regenerate while you are sleeping.                                           
    • Avoid over-cleansing, as this strips your skin of its natural protective oils.                                       
    • Rinse off thoroughly, any remaining product with excess oils, can build up and lead to breakouts.
    •  Use a light hand and don’t use it on your face for too long. If you have sensitive or acne-prone skin uses the facial cleansing brush once or twice a week.
    • Skin exfoliants like scrubs and exfoliating facial cleansers like glycolic and vitamin C facial cleansers should not be used in combination with a facial cleansing brush. This will be overkill and may cause skin irritation and redness (especially for sensitive skin types). We recommend you should use a facial cleansing brush in combination with a mild and gentle facial cleanser
    • Facial cleansing brushes can actually help treat acne by helping to eliminate excess sebum, which contributes to acne breakouts. You just have to pick the right one and the right facial cleanser to go with it. 
    • However, using a facial spin brush on your acne-prone skin depends on the severity of your acne. If your acne is reddish and painful. You can stick to using your clean fingertips to massage your facial cleanser on the affected area before washing off.
    • But if your acne condition is moderate, or isn’t worst, you can use a facial cleansing brush, however, there are some certain factors you should consider: