Okay so todays skin talk topic is cleansing brushes! Now I can recall a time when the spin brushes were all the rage and people were so excited that they were spinning their precious faces into acne and abrasions. Daily exfoliation is a big no no the skin needs time to rejuvenate itself after and by doing it daily that rejuvenation never happens so skin just keeps getting scrubbed raw relentlessly. I dont hate spin brushes when used properly they are perfectly fine but they can be germy as hell. You wanna make sure youre changing or at the very least soaking the brush head in peroxide solution after each use. You should only be using this 2-3 times a week but the bsilicone brush can be used more due to its gentle nature. As an esthetician we use a type of spin brush in our facial protocals all the time…we make sure brush speed and pressure are closely monitored. You can purchase a 20$ spin brush no point in spending $100+ thats crazy although I do like the Mia Fit brushes they are smaller and dont spin they actually vibrate! But if i had to choose my go to….silicone facial cleansing brushes. They are super gentle and easy to sanitize. They can be as cheap as $5 and as expensive as $150. These work well with any cleanser the massaging and vibration encourage debris to gently leave pores without creating the tiny abrasions that the bristled spin brushes can cause.
If i had to choose one Id go for the silicone cleansing wand you can wet the pad without having to submerge it and Ive used every type of cleansing brush.
Below are a few options but the purple and mint green brushes are my top choices!