Saturday, 9 May 2015

The Poor Woman's Clarisonic

Let's be honest, this is the poor woman's version of the Clarisonic. Especially having sensitive skin when it comes to exfoliation, I just can't justify forking out a lot of money for something I might not even use. Besides the Soap and Glory A Brush With Greatness has that pink massaging mitt thing that the Clarisonic doesn't. That probably was the reason why I really wanted to try this brush.

I would definitely say since using the pink bit (ever so technical language use on Jodieloue) my skin is in a much clearer state. I like to think that as I'm scrubbing it onto my face it's helping to increase circulation and the toxins are all being removed. I'd like to think I'm onto something here as my skin has definitely improved. The actual brush head is something I like to use once a week as I can find it to be a bit harsh with everyday use. It's really stiff, but I imagine that using it regularly will soften the bristles? It's a work in progress, I'm waiting for the right skin moment to fully go to town with that side of the brush! All in all for the price, it's a pretty good product. If my skin is clearing up then I really can't complain.

Have you ever tried a Brush with Greatness?
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28 comments

  1. Looks great, wish I had soap and glory when I live so I could try it out. http://doinglifemyway.com

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  2. Soap and Glory is such a good brand.

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  3. The Body Shop has a similar brush that I love. great blog!

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  4. This looks quite good!

    Lydia // http://lxdia.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. This actually looks quite good, im the same if i paid alot of money for the other one i know i wouldn't use it as much as i should x
    Emma | Emmysukblog.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. This sounds rather good. I had a boots one that roared years ago but don't feel I really used it to its full potential and eventually it got thrown out. I really want to try one of these exfoliating brushes again now though and this one looks pretty good.

    Samio
    www.samio.co.uk

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  7. Emma Waller (Emmajane01)6:34 pm, May 09, 2015

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  8. You have an amazing blog!

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  9. Thank you and of course you can! xo

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  10. I feel like the pink side is one of those massagers that help to circulate blood in your face.

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  11. I think I'd pick it up to never use it again! xo

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  12. I love the pink side!

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  13. How have I not heard about this before?! I wasn't that attracted to the clarisonic because the brush looked really harsh (a bit like a toilet brush...?) but I really want to try the pink brush, it looks a lot gentler on the skin!

    Yet Another Makeup Blog.

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  14. Oooh, very cool to hear that it's working out for you! I've never tried the clarisonic, mainly because ain't nobody got the money for that, and also I thought it would be way too harsh. I like the sound of a manual one better because you have more control!

    Tasha // shiwashiful.

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  15. After hearing Caroline Hirons mention how bad cleansing brushes are for you (mechanical ones), I'd much rather use something like this as it's a lot gentler on the skin! I love their silicone massage mitt xx
    Gemma ♥ | Miss Makeup Magpie

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  16. This sounds really interesting and worth a shot :) really liking S&G facial skincare right now! xx

    Magpie Jasmine

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  17. nothing wrong with a cheaper version if it does the job i say. xx xx www.lovejoystyles.com

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  18. I've never seen this before but it sounds like something I need to try out! haha! xo

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  19. I never tried the Clarisonic, frankly, it never appealed to me. This one looks interesting though, maybe because of how you titled it lol

    RachelShuchatMakeup

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  20. I have never tried something like this but maybe I should!

    Lately, "to be social or not to be social?!" on
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  21. I've been meaning to buy this everytime I see it in Boots - you've made me want to buy it now.x

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  22. looks good! I'll have to check it out next time I'm in store, great review :)

    Charlotte Harvs Style Blog

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  23. I bought this for my sister to help with acne scarring and it works amazing! I definately recommend this too :) x x

    www.beyondthevelvet.blogspot.co.uk

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  24. nice I'm glad that this has helped you! I used to use clarisonic actually and it actually irritated and worsened my acne :/ but I had a lot of acne at the time so maybe it was too much... nice post! :D


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    smudged-fingerprints.blogspot.com

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  25. I have to agree, it works so well for that! xo

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  26. So sorry for enabling you!

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  27. I haven't seen this before but it looks really good! I've been needing to try something that clears my skin! Thanks for sharing your tips on this! x

    Beauty Girl

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