My Review: Magnitone BareFaced Cleansing Brush

Trying out new skincare is one of my favourite things to do, so when I got the chance to try out the new Magnitone BareFaced, I literally jumped with joy.

As much as I love looking after my skin, I know that I don’t cleanse and treat it nearly as well as I should. I’m all too familiar with breakouts on my chin, jawline and sometimes my forehead. I’ve tried loads of different products to clear myself of them, and while I do believe that they help, I think that a huge factor in having good, healthy skin is cleansing properly and correctly.

The Magnitone BareFaced brush deep-cleanses the skin through the vibrations of the brush head. It empties out your pores, tones the skin and evens the surface.

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Magnitone BareFaced Cleansing Brush* | Colour: Pastel Green | RRP £70

Having a devise like the Magnitone London Barefaced Cleansing Brush gives a clean canvas to apply your moisturiser, and boy does it sink in fast after using it! It sounds very technical that the cleansing brush uses a sonic vibration system with electromagnetic oscillations and vibrations but what this gives you is clean skin which has fast vibrations up to 15,000 per minute, that’s why it only needs a short use every day as the vibrations and oscillations are very rapid. Encouraging cell renewal by exfoliation helps your complexion to look fresher and clearer and in turn will help your products absorb more effectively, using this cleansing brush will gently slough away those dead skin cells leaving the skin brighter and cleaner.

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Don’t fret if this sounds like it would be too harsh on your skin, my skin is very sensitive but I have found it very un-abrasive, compared to other cleansing brushes I’ve used before, and it efficiently removes all the dead skin in a very short time (one minute!) and you can see the results right away. I used my Magnitone London Barefaced Cleansing Brush with my trusted Liz Earle Cleanser as it is one of my favourites and it worked really well, it’s easy to clean off afterward (off the brush) but I would advise if you used an oil based cleanser you will need to use an make-up remover suitable to take all the cleanser off the brush head. Otherwise some warm water is all you need to clean the brush.

By the way, if you prefer cleansing your face in the shower, don’t be worry, this devise is 100% waterproof, which means you can easily use it while taking a shower. In my opinion, it’s super handy!

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There’s two settings on the brush – Daily Cleanse and PulseLift Toning. I use the Daily Cleanse, you guessed it, to cleanse my skin daily and the PulseLift Toning on my cheeks, jawline and forehead once a week. To cleanse, I use the brush very gently on my skin, just so it’s lightly touching the surface. Because this is a deep-cleaning brush you don’t need to be harsh – it does the work itself. I glide it over my skin in small circles, and after one minute you’re done.

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I don’t have any complaints about this brush, it’s lightweight, portable, wireless, Tiffany’s Green, waterproof and it works. It’s a higher price at £70, but considering how much I’ve been using it and the difference it’s made to my skin I believe it’s worth it.

Have you used a facial cleansing brush before? What difference has it made to your skin? What’s your favourite cleanser to use with your brush? What’s your skincare routine? Let me know in the comments below.