There is nothing I love more than the feeling of a freshly cleansed face after a long day. When you’ve sweated through all of your makeup (sexy, I know) and you feel like a giant oil spill, it’s so refreshing to remove all of your makeup and wash away the day.
And while cleanser on its own is all well and good, cleaning your face just feels so much more luxurious when using a skin-cleansing brush. If you’ve been reading for a while, you’ve heard me share my thoughts on my Clarisonic and my Skin Authority. Well, I have another wonderful brush for you today, lovelies. The Soniclear by Michael Todd.
The key difference between the Soniclear and my other brushes is the antimicrobial brush. A cleaner brush means a cleaner face, which is a plus when you’re … you know … trying to clean your face. Think about it, you don’t want to be simply pushing bacteria around on your face, so it’s a plus to not have to replace your brush head every couple of months like with other systems. Since I’m not a scientist, I’ll let the Soniclear team explain their antimicrobial system in more detail in the below video.
In addition to the antimicrobrial system, I’m also impressed with the battery power. I’ve been using my brush almost daily over the past month and change and I haven’t needed to recharge it at all. That excites me more than you could ever imagine because I’m the laziest person ever and charging my beauty tools is sometimes just too much work sometimes.
There is nothing I dislike the brush, but there are a few things I’ve noticed that I can’t decide how I feel about yet. First – the brush is larger than my other two, which isn’t necessarily bad, but it makes me feel like I have midget hands. Second – I can’t decide if I’m imagining it or not, but I think the brushes are a bit stiffer than my other brush heads. Third – the Soniclear comes with a body brush head, which I used once but then never used again. It wasn’t bad, I was just too lazy to run the brush over my entire body.
The Soniclear by Michael Todd runs about the same price as most other cleansing brush systems – $149. It’s not completely inexpesive, but the blow is softened by knowing you won’t have to buy new brush heads every couple of months. If you’re in the market for a skin-cleansing brush, make sure the Sonicelar by Michael Todd is on your list. And if you do get it, let mw know in the comments section below!
Do you use a skin-cleansing system?