Do’s and Don’ts of Using a Face Cleansing Brush
- Pick a gentle brush head according to your skin needs and concerns. Those with rosacea and extremely sensitive skin should look for alternative cleansing method.
- Always clean your brush regularly with soap and water as the brush can harbour bacteria and cause breakouts.
- Change the brush heads according to instructions.
- Use with a gentle cleanser that is pH-balanced and fragrance-free.
- Light breakouts may appear as a temporary side effect as the brush causes bacteria to rise to the surface in the form of a pimple. If this happens, reduce the frequency of use. Discontinue use of the brush if the problem persists after two weeks.
- Avoid overuse of face cleansing brushes. This can lead to irritation, redness, increased sensitivity, dryness, and broken capillaries. If one of these signs occur, stop using immediately. Let your skin heal for a few days and try reducing the frequency you use the brush.
- Do not share your brush with others.
- Do not use it in combination with other chemical or physical exfoliants such as scrubs with abrasive particles.
- Do not use on active acne, pimples and infectious open wounds.
- If you have sensitive skin or are looking for something within budget we suggest Manicare Erase it! For make up removal.