With facial cleansing brushes now being all the rage and lots of high-end brushes hitting the South African shores at a steep price, which I might add, I won’t be able to afford right now, I ran into this cleansing brush from Dischem at only R95.

It’s lightweight, water-resistant and has two speeds, it cleans your face together with light exfoliation.  You can use this brush with or without a cleanser, I find the easiest way for myself to use this brush is to apply the cleanser all over my face and then use the brush over. Applying the cleanser to the brush just didn’t do it for me.

My skin feels really clean and supple after using this brush and it is left with a healthy glow, I try to use this brush 3 – 4 times a week to give my skin an extra cleansing boost, and on days I really want some pamper I will use a face mask as well.

The final verdict from me is that I feel I get more than my money’s worth! So if you are looking for a cleansing brush that won’t break the bank why not pop into your nearest Dischem!



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