From face serums to scrubs, there’s quite a little to cover when it comes to skin care-and that’s just products! If you’re still learning about the many ways to sport a beautiful complexion, you may have started to dive into researching what skin care tools you should add to your routine. One popular tool you’ve likely run into is a face brush. While by using a spin brush for the face isn’t a new phenomenon in the beauty world, it can be something you’ve yet to consider. So, we’ve decided to answer your entire questions-including if by using a face cleanser brush in your skin care routine is the right move for you. Happy cleansing!
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WHAT IS A FACE BRUSH?
Before we speak about if you should use a face scrub brush, let’s talk somewhat in what this tool is. Typically, these brushes have round heads with soft bristles that are used to offer you a deeper clean, since the bristles help to exfoliate your skin while gently cleansing. There are different facial cleansing brush heads that can be attached, depending on level of exfoliation you’d like, your skin’s sensitivity, as well as your skin type.
SHOULD YOU USE A FACE CLEANSER BRUSH?
As we mentioned, a face cleanser brush can help offer you a deeper, more thorough clean. Then again, they’re not for everybody. Since this is a method of exfoliation, those with sensitive skin may find a face scrub brush to be irritating. When you have normal skin, you can likely use one a few times per week. Just as with regular exfoliation, you’ll want to change the frequency based about how your skin layer reacts.
How Do You Use It?
Whilst each brush will have slightly different guidelines for use, there are some basic instructions that may use all of them, so you can get the most out of whichever one you choose. The key thing is to be sure to aren’t too harsh on your skin layer by with them wrongly. Our tips are:
Hold the brush against the skin and move it in small circular motions. Don’t press it in to the skin. This will allow your brush to gently exfoliate without dragging your skin.
Start on your forehead, then move down onto the nose and finish on the cheeks. All the delicate skin around the eyes and adhere to eye cosmetic remover and cotton pads to remove eyeshadow and mascara.
Most brushes now have some kind of timing reminder so you don’t use them too long. Ideally, you want to use your brush for 1 minute, morning and evening (although more sensitive skin might prefer using only once each day).
If you are by using a cleansing brush with replaceable heads, these should be changed at least every three months, to avoid bacteria build up or bristles becoming damaged.
Those who suffer from sensitive skin conditions like Rosacea should avoid cleansing brushes as they could exacerbate inflammation on delicate skin.
Only use a cleansing brush with non-abrasive cleansers. Avoid any cleansers with exfoliating beads or scrubs, as your cleansing brush will provide you with the ideal amount of exfoliation.