Oct 7, 2014

Sounds promising...

For several years I´ve been debating with myself however I should get a Clarisonic cleansing brush for my face. The Clarisonic, being iconic, is hugely popular, but also from what I´ve heard a bit hard on your skin and therefore not suitable for everyone. So I decided to stick to my regular regime. That is until Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush was launched. The difference is that the latter one is said to be much more gentle for sensitive skin. I haven´t come around to buy it yet but after having read a beauty editor in a British glossy magazine raving over this so much that I had to go back twice to check if it was a sponsored editorial or something (which it wasn´t) this is quickly coming on my must have list. Since I totally believe in facial massage, but never have the time to actually do it, this could be a good match for that too. And the moisturiser is said to sink in like a dream afterwards...


  1. I was curious about these devices, but then asked somebody who knows A LOT about skin (she is Miranda Kerr's make-up artist). So sponsored or not, but what she noticed always happens to the skin is that eventually it becomes stripped off the natural oils, which isn't that brilliant long-term. So if you are happy with your skin and ski care regime right now, just stick with it. x