I am the type of person who can get really over excited about a product. As soon as I hear a good review on something, I want to try it straight away. So when I read Fee's blogpost about the Botanics Face Brush, I had to have it.
I'd never have thought of using a brush to wash my face. I would have assumed it would be harsh against my skin and perhaps even painful. So I was very surprised to feel how soft the bristles on the Botanics face brush were. Also, the brush has a really deep pile, which also adds to the softness of the brush.
I've been using this along with my Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Cleanser and within a week, I have really noticed a difference.
I dampen the brush with warm water and add one pump of the cleanser and brush this all over my face. The cleanser doesn't lather well but it spreads out nicely. I swirl this about on my face for a few minutes then rinse it off. I can feel straight away that my skin feels nice and soft, not tight at all. I'd imagine that this would also be great for the circulation on your face as well.
I've still found some dry patches on my face, but I've always had this and maybe this just isn't abrasive enough, but then again, I wouldn't want to use a really abrasives brush on my face twice a day. This is a really lovely soft brush and it's really kind on your face. Already I have noticed the reduction of blackheads on my nose and chin and I definitely reckon it's down to the brush.
I have never used the Clarisonic face cleanser; and for £180, I'm very happy to be part of the Manual Face Brush Club.
Have you guys tried the Botanics Face Brush?